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Main eBook: “Be Kind & Improve Your Life”

(3,856 words, 19 pages, 7 images)

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Table of Contents for the Be Kind & Improve Your Life PLR Ebook:

Why Kindness is Important……………………………………………………………… 4

Being Kind to Others Starts with Being Kind to Ourselves…… 6

Building Self-Esteem to Be Kind………………………………………………………. 6

The Science Behind Why Being Kind and Thoughtful Can Make You Healthier and Happier………………………………………….. 8

The Difference Between Kindness and People-Pleasing…….. 10

How to Practice More Random Acts of Kindness………………… 11

Spread Your Kindness Everywhere………………………………………………. 11

Keep a Kindness Journal………………………………………………………………… 11

Host a Kindness Challenge!……………………………………………………………. 12

Make Being Kind a Habit – Schedule It…………………………………………. 12

Practice Gratitude Every Day………………………………………………………… 12

Kindness for Kids………………………………………………………………… 13

Run a Free Lemonade Stand………………………………………………………….. 13

Write Down the Best Qualities of Classmates……………………………… 13

Clean the House or Cook Dinner Before Parents Get Home……… 14

Give Away Smiles … on Cards…………………………………………………………. 14

Organize a Run or Walk for Charity……………………………………………… 15

Start Keeping an Extra Piggy Bank……………………………………………….. 15

How to Deal with Unkindness Towards You………………………. 16

Blogs, Websites and Other Resources on Kindness……………. 17

RandomActsofKindness.org…………………………………………………………… 17

TheInfiniteSmile.com……………………………………………………………………… 18

TheGoodCards.com…………………………………………………………………………. 18

Twitter………………………………………………………………………………………………. 19

 

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Introduction

Have you ever noticed how good you feel after you have been kind to someone in an important way? It just feels great. You find that your day gets better and is more enjoyable. You can turn a foul mood into a good one by being compassionate and helping others, and the person you do something nice for benefits as well. Thanks to the everywhere nature of the Internet, you can make people feel good around the world.

While it makes sense to be kind to your loved ones, there is a real virtue in committing a random act of kindness. This is when you select a total stranger and help them in a big way. Small acts of kindness include holding doors for others or helping a frail, elderly person cross the road. Do a few simple kind acts like that every day and you eventually develop a habitual compassion and kindness for others that can make you and your world fulfilling and beautiful.

In this short report on kindness, we will take a look at why it feels so good to do nice things for other people. We will discuss why you have to begin helping others by first helping yourself, and how you can build your self-esteem so you have the confidence to help others. We will show you some great ideas to teach your children how to have fun while committing acts of kindness, and share a few excellent resources that will help you and your family embrace selfless kindness.

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5 Emails/ Blog Posts:

Topic: How to Be Less Selfish – 2057 words

Email #1 – Welcome to our Kindness and How to Be Less Selfish Course

Email #2 – Being a good listener

Email #3 – Cultivating empathy

Email #4 – Being less judgmental

Email #5 – How to Minimize Selfishness

 

Be Kind Email Content Sample:

Email #1 – Welcome to our Kindness and How to Be Less Selfish Course

Hello and welcome to our series on tips you can use to be more kind and less selfish. In this first lesson, we are going to start with the topic of kindness. Over the course of the next 4 lessons, we will cover things like:

  • Being a good listener
  • Cultivating empathy
  • Being less judgmental
  • How to limit Selfishness

Before we get started, let’s first define what kindness is in case we have readers that may not be familiar with it; it is defined as “The quality of being friendly, generous and considerate”. Other terms similar to kindness include affection, warmth, gentleness, tenderness, concern and care.

Remember the saying “You only have one chance to make a good impression.”? Well it goes the other way too – your first impression can make them think of you as a bad person and someone they don’t want to be around.  However, being kind or doing kind things for other people will leave that good impression of you in their mind.

Ways to show kindness

There are several different things you can do to show kindness, like:

  • Say something nice to a person – Remember the old saying “If you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all!” It is true because once you say something, you can’t take it back … whether that “something” is good or bad.
  • Continue to spread kindness – If someone ahead of you buys your coffee, pay it forward by buying coffee for the person behind you.
  • Set the example – Whether it is for co-workers, your children or whomever; always be a great role model, even when no one you know is looking.
  • Reach out to someone when others won’t – we all have our differences or uniqueness. It could be the color of skin, gender, sexual orientation, race, tattoos or body piercings. All that doesn’t matter; be kind to everyone and they most likely will return that kindness back to you.
  • Provide support in the absence of none. This is so important. If someone has done something great, make sure you congratulate them on it. Your show of support can be the catalyst to drive them to do even more and better things. This is especially important with children. Inspire them to aspire!

That wraps it up for this first lesson. In the next lesson, we will talk about being a good listener. Be sure to read that one.

 

High Quality Be Kind PLR Articles:

5 Ways to Be Kinder to Your Family – 398 words

5 Ways to Be Kinder to Your Partner – 431 words

5 Ways to Be Kinder to Yourself – 435 words

How to Be More Understanding of Others – 406 words

Why Kindness is So Important – 397 words

 

Be Kind PLR Article Sample:

5 Ways to Be Kinder to Your Partner

Whether it’s a new relationship or you’ve been married or dating for years now, being kind to each other is vital if you want to maintain a healthy relationship. If you think your partner deserves some extra love but you don’t know the small ways to show it, here are some simple ways you can be a better partner and show some more kindness.

  1. Be a listener

This is particularly true if you’ve always been more of a talker than a listener. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, and often falls naturally between two partners depending on who is more extroverted or introverted. However, you should always stay mindful of the fact that your partner could have things to talk about too, and might need a little nudge of encouragement to speak up about some things.

  1. Cook a meal

It’s the simple things that matter, and meals out (or in) are normally something which people see as a thing of newer relationships. If you’ve been together a while and you can’t remember the last time you ate a good meal together, surprise your partner by cooking some of their favorite foods the next time they’re due home from work.

  1. Book a getaway

You don’t have to book a fancy expensive week-long trip in order to spend some quality time showing your partner how much they mean to you. You can book a one-day couples spa day, for example, or drive to a town or city fairly close by for the weekend. Decide based on what you know about your partner whether to keep it a surprise or discuss it together.

  1. Pay your partner a compliment

Some of us feel awkward about giving compliments out, even to people we’ve known for a while. Others feel weird about receiving compliments, so you may have avoided it if your partner falls into this category. However, point out next time you like something your partner is wearing, and you might just be on your way to being that little bit kinder.

  1. Ask ‘how do you feel?’

There are many questions which we hear often – ‘how are you?’ or ‘how was your day?’ to give just a couple of examples. Next time you speak to your partner, try delving a little deeper by asking ‘how do you feel about your day?’ or ‘how are you feeling at the moment?’
Framing questions slightly differently could unlock a new level in your relationship when it comes to communication and sharing your feelings with each other.

 

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5 Shareable Social Media Graphics (PLR)

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15 Social Media Posts with hashtags (for sharing on Twitter or Facebook)

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Long Article – 8 Random Acts of Kindness – 800 words

 

8 Random Acts of Kindness Sample Content:

8 Random Acts of Kindness

The phrase is one which many of us have heard before. Paying, passing on, and receiving random acts of kindness are concept which most of us are likely to have been involved in at some point. Random acts of kindness aren’t meant to be planned, prepared or analysed – they are rather used to make others happy and to boost the feelings of happiness within yourself. Here are some of the random acts of kindness you could try over the next few weeks.

  1. Tell somebody what you like about them

Paying somebody a compliment isn’t something which should only be done for your friends, or only when you’re having a good day at work. There’s never a bad time to tell somebody what you really like about them, even if it’s just an item of clothing they’ve chosen to wear that day. Tell somebody how much you love their calm personality, their endearing humor, or their new hat.

  1. Send a gift to somebody in need

You can do this random act of kindness in many different ways depending on which issues are close to your heart. For example, you can send gifts to service men and women who are fighting on the front lines. You can get in touch with a local (or regional) children’s hospitals to ask whether they accept gifts. Find a charity or organization which deals with poverty to see whether there are any essential items you could post out to a project or send to a base in your area.

  1. Plant flowers for your neighbors

Ever thought about letting your neighbors know how much you mean to them? This can be a particularly good idea if you have kind neighbors who have done a lot for you in the past. Maybe somebody helped you out when you were moving into the neighborhood? Or perhaps there’s somebody who lives close by and is never reserved about lending a helping hand when you need it? Some homegrown flowers don’t take long to plant but will go a long way to showing somebody how much they mean.

  1. Send a thank you note to somebody

There must be somebody who has made you feel happy or appreciated over the last few weeks, so maybe it’s time to write a thank you note and repay those fuzzy feelings. Even if you wrote the note on a scrap piece of paper, it will be very much appreciated in today’s age of technology. Whether it’s a note to say thanks for a Christmas present, a box of chocolates at work or a friend who was there for a coffee when you needed them, there are plenty of times to say thank you.

  1. Could your business do random acts of kindness?

If you manage a team or a department (or the whole business) where you work, you could start to think about the ways your company could get involved helping others. This could be a new initiative which aims to help those less fortunate in the area around the business premises, or you could partner with an international charity to have an effect on the lives of those living in under-developed parts of the world.

 

10 Dealing with Life PLR Articles and Social Posts

  1. How to Cope with Unwanted or Unexpected Visitors – 756 words
  2. Steps for Dealing with Major Life Challenges – 554 words
  3. Steps to Help You Overcome Setbacks – 561 words
  4. Tips for Coping When Moving to a New House – 554 words
  5. Tips for Overcoming Life’s Little Surprises – 700 words
  6. Tips to Help You Deal with Getting Older – 633 words
  7. Toxic People at Work: How to Cope – 536 words
  8. Ways to Cope When Your Child Has Unexpected News – 624 words
  9. Ways to Deal with Injustice without Depression – 673 words
  10. What to Do If You Fail an Exam – 600 words

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Dealing with Life PLR Article Sample:

How to Cope with Unwanted or Unexpected Visitors

It probably happens to everyone once, at least in a lifetime. You’re going about your day, minding your own business, with your own plans and suddenly someone shows up uninvited and unexpectedly hoping to visit with you and stay with you in your home. What should you do?

Analyze the Situation

The first thing you’re going to want to do, which you won’t have much time to do, is to consider whether sending them away will have repercussions that you can deal with or not. Sometimes it is easier to just give in, set a time limit, and then move on. Sometimes the right thing to do is say no. You’ll have to figure this out within about five minutes of opening your door.

Be Courteous but Set Your Boundaries

Greet your visitors with a smile and say something that is nice but also lets them know you have important boundaries. “Wow, such a surprise to see you! Why didn’t you call me first, I hate that you traveled all this way for nothing as we’re on our way out the door.” Or whatever you are ready to do instead of being with them if that’s the case.

Let Them Know about Pre-Existing Obligations

If you do have obligations that you cannot change, you’ll have to tell them within the first few minutes. They may uninvite themselves at that point, allowing you to avoid that discomfort. However, if they don’t say anything, you’ll have to be more direct. If you don’t mind them staying at your home alone, you can let them know that’s what’s going to happen too. If you have no plans other than watching TV, that is not their business.

Offer to Pay for Their Hotel Accommodations

If you can afford it, and you really don’t want them to stay with you, offer to give them money for their hotel. Just state that you aren’t prepared for guests right now, but the hotel down the street is very nice, and you’ll be happy to pay for it. If you cannot offer to pay, at least point out the price and where it is. They should get the hint.

Ask Them to Contribute to Their Stay

If you can let them stay, but you don’t want to feel taken advantage of, give them ways that they can contribute to their stay – such as letting them clean up the area they’ll stay in themselves since you weren’t ready. Mention to them that you’re happy to fix dinner for everyone but you’ll need a few things at the store, and you’ll make them a list. The more you ask them to do, the more fun you’ll have and the more you’ll discourage this from happening again.

Explain the Best Way to Contact You First in the Future

At some point in this visit, you’ll want to have an open and honest discussion with the visitors about the best way to enjoy time with you. Reminding them of your contact details, and asking them to check with you first about your plans, can save them time and money and can save you stress.

Make Your Excuses

When people drop by without calling, they know it’s a risk. It’s not rude to say, “I can’t right now.” It’s not rude to say no; it’s perfectly acceptable to say, “Oh, wow, so great to see you, sadly, I’m heading for the shower in a few minutes because I have plans that I cannot change. Give me a call and let’s schedule a visit when we can really spend time together.” Then, don’t let them in the door.

Do Not Apologize

The thing to remember when unwanted and uninvited guests show up, is that it’s not up to you to say you’re sorry about anything. Of course, you want to be courteous and not rude to avoid turning the situation into unneeded drama, but you do want to be direct, assertive and don’t apologize if you cannot do something.

Even if you let them stay, don’t feel obligated to entertain them or spoil anyone on their vacation who has come by unannounced and uninvited. If you really cannot let them stay, it’s okay; it’s not your job to give them a free place to stay just because they are friends or family. You have a right to say no if that’s what you want. Likewise, you also have a right to say yes, with conditions, if that’s what you want to

 

10 Emotional Intelligence PLR Articles and Tweets

Benefits of Emotional Intelligence in Children – 457 words

Can Emotional Intelligence Be Taught? – 657 words

Learning to Trust Your Emotions – 859 words

Questions to Ask to Measure Your Child’s Emotions – 464 words

Raising Emotionally Intelligent Children – 543 words

Steps to Nurture Emotional Intelligence in Your Child – 562 words

Teaching Children to Cope with Emotions – 745 words

The Importance of Communication and Emotional Intelligence – 491 words

Ways to Raise Your Child’s Emotional Intelligence – 630 words

What Is Emotional Intelligence? – 589 words

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Emotional Intelligence PLR Article Sample:

Can Emotional Intelligence Be Taught?

Emotional intelligence is a life skill that enables a person to be aware of their emotions enough to be able to control and regulate them in an appropriate manner. It also allows a person to be understanding and empathetic of other people’s emotions, even if they themselves have never felt that particular emotion before. This is called empathy.

To teach emotional intelligence to children, you just need to do activities and play games that help them notice and deal with emotions in a healthy manner.

Acknowledge Your Child’s Emotions

Our society has a habit of pushing boys to stuff their feelings, and accusing girls of overreacting. Instead of doing this same old thing, acknowledge your child’s very real emotions. They may seem strong to you and maybe even overwrought and out of proportion to the incident, but the truth is, these are your child’s feelings and they are indeed very real.

Show Empathy When Your Child Is Having Feelings

When your child is brave enough to open up to you about how they are feeling, it is imperative that you demonstrate empathy with your child. Take the time to talk to your child about a time you felt just like them. If you haven’t felt like them before, find another story to help show your child that you can relate to their feelings in an understanding way.

Allow Children to Openly Express Emotions

When your child falls down and cries, don’t shush them or tell them to “brave it out” or worse “suck it up.” Instead, comfort your child so that as they get older they feel safe to share their feelings about even more important issues. Emotions shouldn’t be something they are afraid to express. You can teach them to express them behind closed doors, and direct them to appropriate outlets for their emotions, but don’t make them deny their feelings.

Listen to Your Children’s Feelings

When your child wants to talk about their feelings, listen actively. Mirror back to your child what you believe they are telling you. Let them know that their feelings are normal and acceptable. Don’t cut them off and tell them they are silly. Listen, empathize, and let them know you are there for them.

Teach Problem-Solving Skills

When your child talks to you about their feelings or comes to you with a problem, talk them through the problem in a logical way without overreacting. Children learn these skills from their parents and if their parents can’t contain themselves it will be harder for the child to learn.

Don’t Interrupt a Child’s Expression

As a child expresses themselves, don’t interrupt the process of expression. However, it’s okay to redirect your child when things get too emotional in such a way that it’s not beneficial to moving toward a healthy resolution.

Don’t Judge Children Harshly for Feelings

Sometimes children have strong feelings for things that we realize aren’t that important as adults, but it’s really crucial to not judge your child for a child’s emotions with a child’s knowledge of the world. Instead, accept them and support them.

Encourage Children to Write Down Their Feelings

When a child is of age to draw pictures or write words, ask them to write or draw their feelings as a way to acknowledge them and experience them fully. Let them explain what they drew or wrote in a non-judgmental atmosphere.

Allow Them to Move On

Sometimes wallowing in feelings too long is counter-productive. Teach your children to name their feelings, figure out why they have the feelings, and then to move past those feelings toward acceptance and eventually moving on to something new.

Teaching children about emotional intelligence is an essential life skill that can last a lifetime. This will cross over to all aspects of life, helping the child navigate their youth and have a happy adulthood. Emotional intelligence can absolutely be taught and should be taught to children.

 

Guide to Reflection and Giving Thanks To Others PLR Report – 1731 words

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A Time for Reflection and Giving Thanks

Introduction

It’s relatively easy to understand how the Plymouth colonists at the first Thanksgiving feast felt deep gratitude not only for food, but for their lives. When Governor Bradford declared the first Thanksgiving meal in 1621, the colonists had come through a harsh and desperate winter.

But how do we, in our modern era, step back and reflect on the solemn nature of Thanksgiving and show appreciation for our blessings? Some aspects of that first Thanksgiving are worth considering, and provide inspiration.

Cultural Cooperation

While celebrating the harvest was nothing new (Europeans and Native Americans had been doing so in various ways for centuries), the cooperative aspect of the first Thanksgiving was unique. The colonists invited American Indians to the meal, including Samoset and Squanto, who had been instrumental in teaching the Pilgrims about medicinal plants, farming, and other secrets of survival in their native land.

The Pilgrims gratefully shared the bounty of their harvest. This is an aspect of Thanksgiving that we can certainly engage in today. Perhaps your family would like to spend Thanksgiving with someone from another country or culture, and ask them to bring traditional foods from their heritage.

The Pilgrims, after all, were eating food foreign to them, such as Indian corn and lobster (yes, lobster was probably served at the first Thanksgiving!). By sharing Thanksgiving with people of another culture, you are sharing your heritage and learning from theirs, much like the first Americans. Celebrating and learning from other cultures is uniquely American, and an appropriate way to appreciate the spirit of Thanksgiving.

Other guests you might consider inviting are those less fortunate than you, people who have experienced (or are experiencing) lean times, or even someone who is simply lonely. Do you know someone in your church or neighborhood who is struggling?

Reaching out to others by opening your home and sharing food and fellowship celebrates the spirit of Thanksgiving. In fact, three years after that first Thanksgiving meal, the Pilgrims experienced a year of drought and the harvest looked as though it might be lost. Governor Bradford declared a day of fasting and prayer, and it finally rained.

The Pilgrims were grateful to God for answering their prayers, and November 29 of 1624 was declared a day of thanksgiving. Invite someone into your home to share your bounty – it might be an answer to someone’s prayer.

On a bigger scale, you could organize a pot-luck style neighborhood or community dinner. Local churches and other charities may be willing to provide the space, and even volunteers to help. Those willing to help can be asked to bring certain dishes. Be sure to invite people of all backgrounds to share, and provide cards with poems or other favors to encourage thoughts of the meaning of Thanksgiving.

 

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