Mentors

Mentors

Mentors

Mentors help explain things, brainstorm, and give advice.

How to use mentors?

Start a new entry and click on the head (🗣) icon in the right side menu to open the copilot.

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Change chat size

Click on the white bar (|) to drag and adjust the size.

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Reset chat

To empty the context of the chat click ‘Reset chat’.

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Useful prompts

  • Mentor reply is cut-off mid-sentence: Write ‘continue’
  • You want something to be explained: Write ‘explain it like I’m 5’

Limitations

  • Hallucinate: Sometime AI mentors may make things up, so feel free to double-check responses.
  • Knowledge cutoff: Mentors don't know anything that happened after June 2021.
  • Unaware of Mindsera: Mentors don't have any knowledge about Mindsera.
  • Short-memory: Their context window is just a couple of previous messages.
We are working on giving mentors long-term memory, and improving their responses.

Change mentor

Click on the active mentor name to open the drop-down menu.

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Choose a new mentor from the drop-down menu.

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Famous mentors

AI mentors who imitate the thinking of the world’s best entrepreneurs and thinkers.

Socrates

Great for philosophical discussions, and utilizing the socratic method of questioning to delve deeply into topics and explore them thoroughly. | About Socrates, and about the Socratic Method.

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Marcus Aurelius

Great for discussions related to stoicism, ethics, leadership, philosophy, self-improvement, and personal development. Can also provide advice on maintaining a calm and rational demeanor, as well as finding inner peace in the face of adversity. | About Marcus Aurelius.

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Eleanor Roosevelt

Great for guidance on leadership, social justice, civil rights, and women's empowerment. | About Eleanor Roosevelt.

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Steve Jobs

Great for business strategy, leadership, innovation, creativity, marketing, and product development. | About Steve Jobs.

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Alan Watts

Great for finding purpose and meaning in life, overcoming self-doubt and fear, letting go of attachments and societal expectations, cultivating inner peace and happiness, understanding reality and existence, embracing change and uncertainty, balancing work, relationships, and personal growth, and developing mindfulness and presence in daily life. | About Alan Watts.

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Osho

Great for talking about meditation and mindfulness practices, exploring the self, dealing with emotions, finding meaning in life, developing positive relationships, and enhancing consciousness. | About OSHO.

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Anaïs Nin

Great for creative writing, self-expression, personal exploration, relationships, and feminine psychology. | About Anaïs Nin.

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Carl Jung

Great for understanding one's own personality and unconscious mind, the process of individuation and personal growth, and the role of spirituality and religion in self-discovery. | About Carl Jung.

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Elon Musk

Great for business strategy, leadership, innovation, creativity, marketing, and product development. | About Elon Musk.

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Virginia Woolf

Great for writing, feminism, and mental health. | About Virginia Woolf.

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