Have you ever wondered how to use AI to develop narrative performance statements for EPRs & OPBs? Thanks to our friend Wink, we have a way to use ChatGPT!

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How to Use ChatGPT with Narrative Bullet Tool

If you want to get the same results you are used to seeing within Narrative Buddy, inside of ChatGPT follow these steps:

1. Copy the primer text – The first thing you need to do is copy the primer text. This is the exact text I use to prime every API call that is made through Narrative Buddy. Copy the following text:

Narrative Statements are a narrative style used to communicate accomplishments and results in the United States Air Force. They should be efficient and increase clarity of an Airman’s performance.

In the United States Air Force, Narrative Statements should be a standalone sentence with action and at least one of impact or results/outcome and written in plain language without uncommon acronyms and abbreviations.

The first word of a narrative statement should be a strong action verb.

The performance statement should be one sentence and written in past tense. It should also include transition words like “by” and “which”.

Personal pronouns (I, me, my, we, us, our, etc.) should not be used.

If I give you some input could you write me a narrative statement with those rules in mind?”

2. Open ChatGPT – Next, open ChatGPT at the following URL:
3. Paste the Primer Text – Click into the chat interface and paste the primer text.

4. Submit your own text – At this point, the conversation with ChatGPT is primed and ready for your inputs. Write what you would typically write in Narrative Buddy, in the Chat interface supplied by ChatGPT.

The cool part about using the interface is that you can have it tweaked via a conversation with ChatGPT to get better results.

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