5 Prompts for Better GenAI Results by Artur Kurasiński


The post was originally published in Polish on Artur’s LinkedIn profile. Artur kindly agreed that we repost what we think is of great value to our readers.

Here are the 5 best prompt schemes to help you level up your responses:

1) RTF

Pattern: R – Role (Act as) + T – Task (Specify the main task) + F – Format (Provide an example of what you’d like to receive in the end).

This is the most popular structure that works well in most tasks.

2) Train of thought

The method supports more effective problem solving by step-by-step action. To use this method, simply add the following instruction at the end of the prompt: ‘Solve the task step by step.’

It is suitable for:

  • Analysis
  • Decision-making
  • Troubleshooting


It imparts a structured approach to complex tasks. All you need to do is follow the scheme below and fill in the information.

Pattern: R – Role (Act as) + T – Task (Specify the main task) + S – Steps (List the steps to solve the problem) + G – Goal (Specify the desired end result) + D – Details (Add restrictions such as minimum/maximum word count, style, tone).

It is perfect for tasks:

  • With specific restrictions (e.g., a blog post)
  • With clear guidelines (e.g. business plan)

4) Confirmation diagram

This scheme is similar to the one described in point 3. It will work better with more examples of the final result.

Pattern: Role (Act As) + Goal (Specify the purpose of the task) + Details (Provide specific requirements and constraints for your request, including the exact steps you want the model to take) + Pattern (Give examples) + Acknowledgment (At the end, ask if the prompt is understandable and if you need to add additional information to achieve your goal)

It is suitable for:

  • Summarizing
  • Improving your favorite prompts
  • Generating useful, long-form content

5) Chain of density

The main goal of this method is to create better article summaries, although it can as well be applied to other tasks.

Pattern: Instructions: Here is [insert the content you want to improve, e.g. an article]. You will generate better and better versions of this content + Recursion: Repeat the following 2 steps 5 times for a total of 5 iterations + Step 1. Identify the 1-3 points from your initial score that are missing + Step 2. Write a new corrected score of identical length that includes the missing points + Benchmark: Provide information about the standard that will help you understand why XYZ is considered good: [insert information]+ Additional guidelines: Follow these specific guidelines [insert guidelines].

It is suitable for:

  • Summarizing
  • Editing longer forms

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