Last month, I went to the Yayoi Kusama exhibition in Guggenheim museum in Bilbao. In one part of that exhibition, hung in a frame was a letter she wrote.
During my time at Meta, I conducted lots of Product Manager (PM) interviews. We had a particular type of interview which was called the "execution interview" which despite its violent sounding name, was ostensibly about gauging a candidate's ability to build products effectively. However, in practice, it primarily focused on goal-setting.
LLMs rely on language inputs as their instructions, meaning that to maximise their potential, you must be able to construct instructions that guide the model in the desired direction and lead to the intended outcome, you must create the "prompt."