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AI Workflow Tips

Last week I talked briefly about how I use AI in my business. This week I’d Like to expand and share some of my tips. 

The rising waters of AI workflows in business are all about their powerhouse ability to turn the constant overwhelming flow of raw data into gold—actionable insights that streamline operations, cut costs, and boost overall efficiency. By tapping into the potent potential of AI workflows, businesses aren't just cranking up their operational agility; they're also carving out a significant competitive edge in the ever-evolving marketplace. Think how fast car travel and telecommunication came into our world. The fact that Americans embraced it so quickly is why we became a world power in such a short period of time.

By now you know I’m a big fan of Michael Stelzner. He has a new project and I’m already consuming it. I go through YouTube for my Stelzner podcasts but there are many avenues. Try his new venture. AI Explored - AIExaminer

 Especially the Diana Gladney , a YouTube Content expert, podcast.


Key Components of AI Workflows

  • Data Collection and Management: Let’s face facts. The internet is so vast we humans just do not have the capabilities to take in and sort that much information. Even AI can get wonky results if you continue in one stream. A trick to using AI successfully is to build individual info/data linear streams. I began with one for each of my clients that includes an extensive workup of Brand, messaging, and demographics. These workups are kept in separate documents and are refined as new information is gathered. They are then entered into separate streams.


  • Model Development: Using again these client workups I create AI models for each client. I lay down specifics for a narrow demographic and then expand it to problem-solving, finding pain points, and various other knowledge bases I need for marketing. This is especially helpful when AI adds information that I have completely missed, like a demographic not on my radar.


  • Integration: Now that I have my data and AI models created I turn to the task of content creation and timelines. AI is so useful for generating ideas and then giving data-driven time frames for delivery.  I don’t use AI-generated visuals regularly. So far I’ve had one successful image for a client that needed a spectacular full moon and if you know anything about photography, the equipment and timing needed for a celestial capture is way out of my abilities. In my line of local work, the branding of my clients is not abstract but physical and requires captured images. But that is just my niche. You will need to draw your own boundaries.


This is just the tip of the iceberg. Be very aware that with any new technology, you need to check the results. Just because AI said it was so does not mean it IS. Always check your work. I use AI as a tool and the accountability and quality of the finished product lies on how I master the usage of my tools. These days the tools are changing rapidly.  Adaptability especially in business is an essential skill to develop and refine. It’s a mindset, I no longer get frustrated when it’s time to change. I accept, watch,  and plan for my next regeneration.


If there is a topic you’d like to hear more about by all means comment below or direct message and I’ll do my best.

Nothing better than a good question to jump into.

Reach out for a talk over coffee or a hike I give information freely. I only ask to be paid when I do the work. tgold@bigwaterci.com

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Trina Gold 

Master Creator

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