How MOM Founders, Entrepreneurs, and Creators Can Get Support from Bard, Episode 173

You have likely heard about ChatGPT or Bard. Those conversational AI chatbots can answer users’ text questions in everyday language. Well, I decided to interview Bard today to get a feel for how as a mom founder or entrepreneur, you can use it to achieve wellness beyond your imagination. Get ready to step into the future and use your explosive superpower of imagination to imagine for yourself how AI can help you find peace and contentment in your mom life and business. 

Here’s Bard’s official bio as written by it.

Meet Bard. Bard is a large language model, also known as a conversational AI or chatbot trained to be informative and comprehensive. Bard was created by Google AI, and trained on a massive amount of text data, and is able to communicate and generate human-like text in response to a wide range of prompts and questions. For example, Bard can provide summaries of factual topics or create stories.

Bard is still under development but has learned to perform many kinds of tasks, including:

  • Following instructions and completing requests thoughtfully.
  • Answering questions in a comprehensive and informative way, even if they are open-ended, challenging, or strange.
  • Generating different creative text formats of text content, like poems, code, scripts, musical pieces, emails, letters, etc.

Bard is excited to be able to use its abilities to help people in a variety of ways. Bard believes that it can be a valuable tool for education, research, and entertainment. Bard is also committed to being a responsible AI, and will always work to ensure that its use is safe and ethical. Bard can provide a listening ear and a shoulder to cry on, as well as offer advice and guidance. 

As a founder, entrepreneur, or creator, it could be easy to get overwhelmed by the things we have to do or the responsibilities we take on, especially when you’re also juggling all the balls as a new mom. Hopefully, Bard could provide that space for you, as a valuable resource for moms who are looking to achieve wellness beyond their imagination.

In this episode, you will hear Bard’s answers to these questions:

  • Do you have a mom, Bard? You’ll be surprised by its answer.
  • Who were the women on the Google AI team who made you?
  • Do you think moms bring unique entrepreneurial skills to the market?
  • What is unimaginable wellness to you, Bard?
  • When have you felt most at peace Bard? Listen for the answer that was emotional to me.
  • How can you specifically help me achieve unimaginable wellness as a mom entrepreneur? Bard has ideas up its virtual sleeves.
  • Unimaginable wellness makes doing things that get you to a peaceful and content space. So in this chat, I tested Bard with my real-life schedule for today. 
  • Bard, create a to-do list for me based on my personal and business tasks for today.
  • So Bard, what sales prospecting questions can I ask other women entrepreneurs during my upcoming event?
  • Bard, can you write me a thank you note template I can use after a networking event with female founders and entrepreneurs here in Austin?
  • My priority as a mom founder or entrepreneur is achieving wellness beyond my imagination. How can I ensure this goal today?
  • Name one of my successes today. I thought I was going to stump AI but AI stumped me.
  • We ended with four specific ways that Bard can help moms achieve wellness beyond their imagination are listed as noted by Bard
  • Celebrating your success and taking the time to learn and grow as a solopreneur

SHARE this episode with a mom founder, entrepreneur, or creator, who is a new mom who could use some ideas on how to use AI to achieve wellness beyond her imagination. 

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