This is my eleventh pack of 10 PLR articles in the huge niche of Personal Development!- Each article also has its own quote image, great for social media sharing!
You may call it ‘self improvement’, ‘goal achievement’, ‘motivation’ or ‘inspiration’, but they work all the same, and it really is a massive niche! If you’re looking for content that’s good to go, then you’ve come to the right place!
I wrote these 10 articles myself, but I also created the quote images to go with them. I put the backgrounds together, put the words together, and took all the photos myself – that’s how I can *guarantee* they are safe for you to use, because they’re my photos to licence in the first place 😉
Quote images really are great – they do a lot of heavy lifting! They can be shared around to generate publicity, and of course they can be used in the end product too.
The articles can be used pretty much how you want – blog posts, email series, compile into reports, turned into videos, used as lessons for coaching or memberships, and those images help with all of those!
I’ll cover the rights in a moment, as well as letting you see a sample, but before that
let’s go over the titles –
– Don’t Pass The Buck, Govern Yourself! (1014 words)
– We Create Our Future Everyday… (991 words)
– Rest And Relaxation Are Not Luxuries… (786 words)
– If You Hear A Voice Within You That Says You Cannot… (1018 words)
– We All Have Capabilities. Believe In Yours. (956 words)
– Educating Myself Was A Big Mistake. Said No-One Ever. (912 words)
– You Could Try To Walk On Water, Or… (628 words)
– Thinking That Tomorrow Will Be Different Won’t Make It So. (743 words)
– Some People Will Inspire You. Some People Will Irritate You. (1216 words)
– A Staggering Abundance Of Opportunity Is Around You If You Are Reading This (795 words)
If you add them all up, that’s a total of 9,028 words, which we could probably call 9000 between friends, right? Now, it’s clear that word count is not the ‘be all and end all’ when it comes to quality, but since some PLR sellers will have each article coming in at around 500 words, for my 10 articles to come to 9000 words – That’s a fair old chunk!
If the titles seem cumbersome, that’s because I have basically used the same words from the article’s image to give you an idea of the quote image – you can make the title zingier than that! 😉
Talking about the images, here are thumbnails of the images you’ll get with this pack:
(you can click on each one to see the full image)
You may be wondering what the price is, but before I come to that, let’s look at the rights:
You may NOT use them with my name attached.
You may NOT pass on or sell on the rights.
That’s it! Apart from that you can do as you wish!
I did say I’d let you see a sample – not a generic sample of my writing, but an actual sample from *this* pack! Here it is –
Rest and Relaxation Are Not Luxuries…
Taking another look at a quote image, and this one is a restful point…
Taking sunrise photos in the winter can be a bit chilly, so it’s something that can be easy to say ‘Oh I’ll do it someday.’
That’s the point I want to make here…
‘Someday’ can be a long time coming! It’s easy to put leisure activities off to the future, to leave activities that are fun to do ‘just because’, until we have more important stuff out of the way. In fact, not only is it easy to do this, we *should* be doing just that, because after all, rest and relaxation are luxuries, and not to be confused with essentials, right?
Whoa there, hang on!
My answer to that is clear – rest and relaxation are *not* luxuries. They are essentials, and must be scheduled as such.
The idea has taken hold that if we ‘indulge’ in rest and relaxation we are either weak, or shirking effort towards doing more worthwhile things. If we toil away, once we get to certain point, then we can indulge in frivolities like rest and relaxation.
So, why has this idea taken hold so much, and what can we do about it?
It’s not hard to see why this view has taken hold. It’s from the rah rah rah school of goal achievement. Work, work, work, don’t stop ’til you get there, that kind of thing. Work ethic is everything, rest is for the lame, that kind of thing.
Now, while I agree that work ethic is important, taking responsibility is important, taking action is important, being positive is important, it’s also important to ask why we are putting in that work…
I’d say that we should be putting that work in towards our responsibilities, yes, but also towards our passions, what touches our souls, what makes us feel alive. Otherwise, what’s the point?
If we think that rest and relaxation are only for some vague point in the future, we’re implying that they are not something we deserve right now. That not only begs the same question of ‘what’s the point?’, it also brings up the question of our health.
Physical and mental health.
Both of those will suffer if we have no rest and relaxation. They’ll both suffer to the point of being detrimental, and in a big way.
I simply do not agree that rest and relaxation are things we can only indulge in at some future point.
They must be indulged in the present.
Now, I’ve already mentioned responsibilities, and I accept that obviously we have various and differing levels of responsibilities. It’s not always easy to simply decided to find time for rest and relaxation.
I understand that it’s not always easy, but the decision to make changes in this regard *is* easy!
We just decide to do it.
Once we’ve taken the concept on board, and decided to make necessary changes, it then comes down to time management, and yes, scheduling!
Instead of leaving the rest and relaxation for that 12th Never, someday, time slot, we should schedule it into our diaries.
That may well bring challenges. It may bring conflicts from others, and conflict in your own mind. That’s OK.
The conflict in your own mind can be dealt with by developing your new found understanding of the importance of rest and relaxation towards your long term health.
As for conflicts with others? Well, it could be that the conflict arises because they are more interested in you working to *their* agenda, and if you start freeing up your time for yourself, it leaves things back in their lap.
Maybe you need to say ‘no’ a bit more often, which is something else I’ve written about a lot.
Once you explain your position (which is not the same as ‘justifying’ by the way), they may well agree and come on board.
Of course it’s possible that they don’t agree, that they don’t come on board. If that’s the case, I’d suggest the response is ‘so be it.’ You can’t please all the people all the time, which is why it’s always important to never forget your own needs.
What it would be for you? What would you define as rest and relaxation? Whatever it may be, have you been thinking of them as luxuries for too long? It can be easy to do, but I suggest again, most strongly, that rest and relaxation are NOT luxuries. They are essentials, and must be scheduled as such.
So you can see the quality of the writing, these articles are not some rag tag words cobbled together on the back streets of Hurry Up Central! (plus you can see that it’s content that will stand the test of time as it’s not time specific)
You can also see the image included, and why they are so handy to compliment the content – don’t forget the essential step of putting your website at the bottom of the images before you use them! I can do that for you if you wish.
Ok, so the price?
Well, you’ve seen the titles, you’ve seen a sample, including image quote to go with it, you’ve seen the very liberal rights allowed. Let’s talk about the price…
The price is –
(up to) $17
No need to mess about, I think that’s a steal!
So for (up to) $17, hit the button and snap up 10 articles with images, written by me, in the massive personal development field. I say ‘up to’ with the price, because I set this as a dimesale to reward action takers. The price rises after every 4 sales until it gets to $17, so if it’s showing as less than $17, you can still grab it cheaper!
Health & Happiness,
P.S. $17 for 10 articles is right at the low end of the scale for quality PLR articles. I know that, you know that, but I do it because I want to help as many PLR users as possible. The fact they come with quote images as well, and unique ones as well because I took them, makes this a deal that you should have already snapped up! If not, here’s the button again: