Throwback: How To Transform Your Organization With ChatGPT

Tune in as Brooke introduces her new launch, ChatGPT Headquarters

This week I’m bringing back one part of my 3-part series on how to unlock the power of ChatGPT. I’m bringing it back into the rotation because I just launched a new ChatGPT resource for nonprofits that I’m so excited about — the Nonprofit ChatGPT Headquarters.

Head over to to grab it!

ChatGPT isn’t some fancy, super-techie tool that needs to be built out and figured out. It should be as integrated and simple as Google Docs. It’s a capacity builder and a time saver and my goal is to make it easy for organizations to tap into its power. If you aren’t you’re leaving capacity on the table.

So I took the questions and conversations I’ve been having with nonprofits and I turned it into a concrete tool, which is one of my favorite things to do.

The ChatGPT HQ is an all-in-one workspace that supports you at every phase of using ChatGPT from giving you ideas, to giving your prompts, to giving you an already built out place to save and organize your prompts.

So if you’re still on the fence about ChatGPT, listen to this episode to get inspired, and if you’re ready to take the next step and start saving you and your team hours of time and brain energy every week, head over to chatgpt-hq and grab the workspace.

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