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Main eBook: “Public Speaking for Beginners”

(3,828 words, 19 pages, 8 images)

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Table of Contents for the Public Speaking for Beginners PLR Ebook:

Introduction………………………………………………………………………….. 3

The Benefits of Public Speaking……………………………………………. 5

How to Get Over Your Fear of Public Speaking…………………….. 8

Writing an Engaging Speech/Talk………………………………………. 10

6 Tips for Practicing Your Speech……………………………………….. 12

6 Qualities of an Engaging Public Speaker………………………….. 13

1 – They Put in the Work…………………………………………………………………. 13

2 – They Are Excited about Their Subject Matter……………………….. 13

3 – Engaging Public Speakers are Authentic………………………………… 14

4 – Strong Speakers Are Self-Confident………………………………………… 14

5 – Good Speakers Don’t Stuff with Fluff………………………………………. 14

6 – They Tell a Story…………………………………………………………………………. 15

5 Tips to Help Things Run Smoothly on Your Big Day………… 16

1 – Check Out the Location Beforehand……………………………………….. 16

2 – Get There Early … But Not Too Early………………………………………. 17

3 – Meet and Greet before Your Speech……………………………………….. 17

4 – Stack the Deck in Your Favor…………………………………………………… 18

5 – Be Careful with Caffeine on Your Big Day……………………………… 18

Conclusion…………………………………………………………………………… 19

 

Sample Content for the Public Speaking for Beginners Premium PLR Ebook:

Introduction

Do you suffer from glossophobia? That is the medical name for the fear of public speaking. This is a surprisingly common condition. It seems that common folks like you and I are deathly afraid of getting in front of people, strangers or friends and family and delivering a speech. You might think this stage-fright issue is not a problem for professional performers. You would be wrong.

For 27 years at the height of her career, famous singer Barbra Streisand absolutely refused to appear in public. She only booked private gigs. Award-winning singer Adele and actress Jennifer Lawrence suffer from performance anxiety. Former teen dream and singer Donny Osmond fought social anxiety and stage fright for years, and is now a spokesman for the Anxiety and Depression Association of America.

Actor Hugh Grant, comedian Jay Mohr, retired NFL running back Ricky Williams and Hollywood legend Laurence Olivier all experienced performance anxiety throughout their careers. Greek statesman and orator (yes, he spoke in public for a living!) Demosthenes was heckled for his stammering speech delivery early on in his career. Indian peace advocate Mahatma Gandhi once fled from a courtroom as a young lawyer because he was tongue-tied.

US founding father, main author of the Declaration of Independence and president Thomas Jefferson had his law career similarly derailed by a paralyzing fear of speaking in public. When serving as the 3rd president he gave just two public speeches. Billionaire and globally respected investor Warren Buffet, pro golfer Tiger Woods and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill all experienced speech and performance paralysis at some point in their professional careers.

If the mere thought of getting up in front of people and speaking in public causes your heart to flutter, your hands to sweat and your mind to blank out, you are definitely not alone. As the professional politicians, celebrities, actors, statesmen and athletes just mentioned can attest, it can be tough to perform or speak in public.

As a matter of fact, public speaking is the most commonly shared fear. R. H. Bruskin and Associates conducted a large study on general fears in 1973.

Note: The above content is just a snippet of the ebook.

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5 Emails/ Blog Posts:

Topic: How to Calm Your Nerves Before Speaking in Public

Email 1-Does this happen to you right before giving a big speech – 319 words

Email2-Stay in the present – 355 words

Email3-More tips from the experts – 310 words

Email4-Tips to ease the delivery of your speech – 366 words

Email5-Even the professionals get nervous – 376 words

 

 

Public Speaking Email Content Sample:

Email2-Stay in the present

Welcome to Lesson Two. In the last lesson we talked about how to calm your nerves before making a speech by breathing deep and focusing on the air coming in and going out. In this lesson, we are continuing with some tips to prepare you physically for the presentation.

Mind the basics of sleep and eating

Make sure you get a good night’s rest the night before your speech. If you are tired from a lack of sleep before your speech, your mental focus will not be as sharp making you more susceptible to making a mistake during your presentation. The same with eating. Be sure to have a good meal a while before speaking. It is hard to concentrate on giving a speech when your stomach is growling. However, when you have that meal, be sure to cut back on the caffeine if you are drinking coffee. Too much of it can give you the jitters, decline your mental focus and increase your heart rate – exactly the thing you are trying to correct with your deep breathing exercise.

Look over the room ahead of time

Get to the venue early and walk around the room. Focus on how far the last person will be from the podium and about how loud you will have to talk to reach the furthest person if not using an audio system. Your gestures may have to be overly-pronounced too for that far person to see better what you are saying non-verbally.

From the podium look around the room at the eye contact that you will have to make to cover the whole room – front, back and side to side. Check out the audio system if possible and make sure your speech is at the podium, so you don’t have to carry it in with you and potentially drop it along the way. Taking care of these things ahead of time will help calm you down as they help better prepare you physically for your presentation.

In the next lesson we will take a look at some more tactics recommended by people experienced at public speaking.

 

Public Speaking PLR Articles:

4 Benefits of Getting Over Your Fear of Public Speaking – 409 words

4 Tips for Keeping Your Audience Interested in a Speech or Talk – 391 words

5 Useful Tips to Improve Your Public Speaking – 396 words

5 Ways to Calm Your Public Speaking Nerves – 400 words

Why Are We Scared of Speaking in Public? – 406 words

 

Public Speaking PLR Article Sample:

4 Tips for Keeping Your Audience Interested in a Speech or Talk

A big worry for people who are speaking in public is whether or not you will be able to maintain the interest of your audience throughout. However, there are several things that you can do in order to keep your audience engaged while you’re speaking to them.

  1. Use more than just your voice

You have to really make an interesting and engaging speech in order for people to remain interested in your words alone. Depending on the type of public speaking you are about to do, it could be helpful to use other things. For example, take products along if you’re trying to promote a product. Show pictures on a screen if you’re developing an app or want to convince people to donate to a cause.

  1. Involve your audience

Rather than just talking at them for half an hour, you can engage your audience better by involving them in the speech or presentation. This will also make you feel less nervous, because you’ll feel like you’re interacting more ordinarily with the audience and that their attention is being taken away from you for at least a part of it. You can involve them by asking them to vote on a particular topic or discussion, ask questions or voice their own opinions, or even get into smaller groups and discuss sub-topics.

  1. Don’t talk about one thing for too long

There is only so long that people will stay interested in a particular topic. If you’re discussing a broad topic, don’t spend too long on just one aspect of it. While some people may be more interested in a particular aspect of something, moving on quicker and giving a well-rounded speech on everything will be much more appreciated by your audience.

  1. Plan your speech well

One of the most important parts of your speech is the start. The way you begin will make people decide whether they’re going to listen to you or switch off half way through. If people think you’re boring at the start, you will have to work much harder in order to win back their attention by the end. A good structure will always help in keeping the attention of your audience, and you may want to break it down into smaller sections with Q & A sessions in between in order to maintain interest.

 

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

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8 Royalty Free Images

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Public Speaking PLR Newsletter eCourse – 3757 words

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5 Public Speaking PLR Email Messages

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Public Speaking PLR Newsletter Sample Content:

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Simply copy and paste the code phrases below into the “find/replace” feature in your text editor.

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  2. Type your own information in to the “replace with” box.
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10 Courage PLR Articles and Tweets

1.Common Phobias and How to Deal with Them – 574 words

2.How to Stand Up for Yourself in a Relationship – 653 words

3.Making Choices: Saying No versus Doing It – 572 words

4.Ten Inspirational People Who Have Found Courage – 687 words

5.The Benefits of Taking Risks – 723 words

6.Tips for Helping Others Find Courage – 557 words

7.Tips for Standing Up for Yourself at Work – 490 words

8.Understanding Fear: What Is It, and How Does It Affect People? – 505 words

9.What Does It Mean to Be Courageous? – 497 words

10.What Is the Worst Thing That Could Happen? – 598 words

Includes 10 Tweets for social posting.

These Courage PLR Articles are available in .TXT format and includes a PLR license.

 

Courage PLR Article Sample:

How to Stand Up for Yourself in a Relationship

If you are a person who hates confrontation, it’s important for you to read this. Watch any “Lifetime” movie or soap opera and you’ll notice that the reason there is so much drama is that no one knows how to communicate well, and instead of standing up for themselves and being direct, they’re acting passive aggressively.

* Be Transparent and Authentic – The very first thing to work on is your authenticity. Do you know who you are and what you want? If you don’t, those are the things you have to work on so that you can have a great relationship. When you are who you are, it’s a lot easier for people to feel safe with you too.

* No One Controls Your Feelings but You – People cannot make you feel a certain way. Sometimes feelings aren’t even real. They are simply responses to what is happening, and sometimes the feelings can be overwhelming or exaggerated due to ignoring them for so long. However, no matter what, you are the one in control of yourself. No one else.

* Start Small – When you want to start working on standing up for yourself more, it’s important to acknowledge that you haven’t done it until now and going full speed ahead might scare people. Instead, start small by speaking up right away when you are mistreated or misunderstood. Even if you don’t do it perfectly, those small victories will pay off with more confidence.

* Avoid Reacting – If someone is attacking you or you feel attacked, don’t react right away. You never have to react in the heat of anything to still stand up for yourself. You can back off, get your emotions under control, create a strategy based on facts and then arrange to speak to the person you need to work things out with.

* Respond Thoughtfully – When you do respond, it’s imperative to think about what you will say. Stick to facts and let go of being overly emotional, although it’s okay to express the seriousness of the situation. The main thing is that you don’t want to attack; just state firmly your response.

* Speak Up – It can be hard to speak up but when you start vocalizing what is wrong, you’ll really know what’s bothering you in that relationship – whether it’s about division of labor or something else entirely. You should feel free to speak up to people but also be willing to listen to them.

* Be Straightforward – It can be so tempting to behave in ways that do not improve relationships, such as being critical, speaking under your breath about something they did, or doing “it” back to them in a mean way. Don’t be passive aggressive. Letting people know what you expect from them is very important to the relationship.

* Reclaim Your Time – If you realize you have toxic relationships, as you try to turn things around and stand up for yourself, you may have to gently let them go. You only have so many days on this earth and time goes by much faster than you even realize right now. Don’t waste it.

* Practice – Don’t pass up opportunities to practice standing up for yourself. Whether it’s sending back the wilted salad at lunch, or letting your best friend know that they need to stop bothering you about their MLM business, you’ll get better at doing it firmly but kindly with practice.

You can stand up for yourself in a relationship and if you do, you’ll start having better ones than you ever thought possible. Being who you are and showing people how you want to be treated will be the best thing you have ever done for yourself. No one knows how to treat you but you, and if you don’t teach people what you expect, you’ll never get the respect you deserve.

 

10 Panic Attacks PLR Articles and Tweets

Foods That Help with Anxiety and Panic Attacks – 515 words

How to Keep College-Related Stress from Causing a Panic Attack – 536 words

How to Stop Panic Attacks before They Start – 542 words

How to Stop Panic Attacks Naturally – 521 words

How to Stop Panic Attacks While on the Road – 529 words

How to Stop Panic Attacks While Pregnant – 599 words

Panic Attacks versus Panic Disorder – 515 words

Tips for Dealing with Panic Disorder in the Workplace – 523 words

What Are Panic Attacks and What Causes Them? – 519 words

What Should You Do for Someone Who Is Having a Panic Attack? – 557 words

Includes 10 Tweets for social posting.

These Panic Attacks PLR Articles are available in .TXT format and includes a PLR license.

 

Panic Attacks PLR Article Sample:

How to Keep College-Related Stress from Causing a Panic Attack

College can be a very stressful time. In addition, the higher levels of anxiety can mean an increased chance of having a panic attack. While panic attacks are not ultimately harmful, they can be very debilitating and especially difficult to deal with while attending classes. Here are a few tips on keeping stress to a minimum while you’re away at school.

Get Plenty of Sleep

Studies show that many college students don’t get enough sleep, which negatively impacts overall academic performance. Sleep deprivation can hinder your memory and cognitive skills, as well as increase your level of anxiety.

The best thing you or any college student can do to fight sleep deprivation is to come up with a schedule and stick to it. Even if you have late-in-the-day classes or no classes on the weekend, try to go to sleep at around the same time every night to keep your body accustomed to proper sleep patterns.

Know When to Take a Break

If college-related stress starts to feel overwhelming, take a break to clear your head. Try any or all of these suggestions. Find a quiet place and relax, or consider picking up a hobby or recreational activity to give yourself something to do when you start to feel strained.

You might even join a school-related club to give yourself an outlet. However, be careful not to let “taking a break” become an excuse for not doing work. Falling behind in your studies usually leads to even more stress when it comes time to actually get around to doing it.

Be Prepared for Exams

For many college students, exam time means panic and frantic studying. Don’t let major projects or exams catch you off guard. Go over each course syllabus at the beginning of the term and mark the dates of any major projects that are listed. Also make sure to take advantage of any study sheets or advice your professor may give out around exam time.

When it comes to actually taking the exams, try to maintain a positive frame of mind. Focus on the questions in front of you, rather than how your friends are doing or your overall results.

Remember, hyperventilating can trigger panic. Always take a moment to calm down if your breathing becomes rapid or shallow.

Ask for Help

Anxiety can be difficult to deal with if you have to face it alone. Whether it’s a friend, a counselor, or family member, find someone who you can talk to you when things get tough. Let that person know what they can do to help you – whether it’s tutoring, transportation, or simply lending a listening ear.

If you experience frequent panic attacks, it may mean that you are suffering from panic disorder. In this case, you may want to consider talking to a physician or therapist who can help you to manage your anxiety and keep panic attacks in check.

Whatever you do, don’t let your fear of possible panic attacks keep you from furthering your education. Countless students who deal with stress and anxiety almost daily still manage to graduate every year. If they can be successful, so can you!

 

Video Marketing for Shy People PLR Report – 5314 words

Video Marketing for Shy People Report Outline:

  • The Benefits of Video Marketing
  • What It Means to Be Shy
  • How Shyness Can Get in the Way of Video Marketing
  • Steps to Become a Confident Video Marketer
  • Ways to Use Shyness as an Advantage in Marketing Videos
  • Ways to Make Effective Videos without Appearing in Person

This report is available in .TXT and Word Doc format and includes a PLR license.

 

Video Marketing for Shy People Report Sample Content:

The Importance and Benefits of Video Marketing

There are numerous benefits of video marketing that make it super-important to get involved even if you’re shy. The benefits are so great that you don’t want to miss them. If you knew that just by adding video to your marketing strategy you could multiply your results, why wouldn’t you do it? Being shy shouldn’t prevent you from enjoying all these benefits.

Boosts Brand Awareness

It’s amazing, but you don’t even have to make especially long videos to benefit from better brand awareness. A 60-second explainer video can go a long way to helping people get to know you and realize what you can do for them. It’s important to be yourself, make videos with your audience in mind, and understand your brand identity as you go forward with making a video for marketing purposes.

Improved Online Presence

People love a good story and video is the perfect medium to use to tell stories. You can tell more complex stories and keep your viewers engaged longer too. Plus, your viewers are much more likely to share a video story than a written article – especially if you’ve taken the time to consider your audience and what they want to know.

People Feel as If They Know You

When you do a video and people see your face and hear your voice, they start to think they really know you. This builds that all-important “know, like, and trust” factor for your audience, so that they are not afraid to spend money with you and trust you to help them with the problem you purport to solve.

Enhances Social Media Engagement

Video is fast becoming the favorite method for audiences to get information. In fact, some studies suggest that 80% of internet traffic will come from video by 2020. Part of the reason is that people are more likely to share video, comment on video, and engage with you when you make videos.

Builds Trust with Viewers

When people can see you, they develop more trust for you. But don’t worry; you can make videos without being seen and only heard and still develop trust if you just can’t for whatever reason make a video with your face in it. Podcasts also build trust, so combine a PowerPoint with your voice to create videos and you’ll be amazed at how much more trust you can develop with your audience. And more trust means a bigger return on investment.

Better SEO

Google Search is still the number one search engine and they rank video higher than text. Learn as much as you can about rich video snippets to enhance your SEO. A rich video snippet allows a Google search to display a video next to the search results that appear on Google.

With video, you also end up with more backlinks, fewer bounces, and higher click-through rates. Since they’re highly shareable, you improve your social signals exponentially. You can use a plugin for WordPress to help called All in One Schema Rich Snippets. (https://wordpress.org/plugins/all-in-one-schemaorg-rich-snippets/)

Improves Your Mobile Presence

Fifty percent of all mobile data happens to be attributed to video. Because of that fact alone, using video is going to make your brand more present online since more people use mobile today than even use personal computers. It’s harder to read text on a mobile device so it makes total sense that video gets more attention on mobile.

Spreads Difficult Information Faster

If you have a difficult concept to explain to your audience, using video is going to make it so much simpler. From showing someone how to cook, to how to use a physical product, to demonstrating an exercise video… video can do it all. You can also explain simple concepts, so video works no matter what type of information you want to impart to your audience.

High ROI

Due to everything you’ve read so far, your return on investment is going to explode when you start using video regularly. So many people are using mobile, and so many people need to get to know you first before taking your advice. Using video to accomplish that will make your audience feel a lot better about you and will, therefore, increase your ROI exponentially.

If you are a shy person, you may be feeling a little pressure at this point after reading all that information. But no worries – we’re going to talk more about what it means to be shy, how being shy feels, and how to deal with it when making videos.

 

 

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Main eBook:

“Public Speaking for Beginners”

(3,828 words, 19 pages, 8 images)

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5 Emails/ Blog Posts:

Topic: How to Calm Your Nerves Before Speaking in Public

Email 1-Does this happen to you right before giving a big speech – 319 words

Email2-Stay in the present – 355 words

Email3-More tips from the experts – 310 words

Email4-Tips to ease the delivery of your speech – 366 words

Email5-Even the professionals get nervous – 376 words

 

Related Articles:

4 Benefits of Getting Over Your Fear of Public Speaking – 409 words

4 Tips for Keeping Your Audience Interested in a Speech or Talk – 391 words

5 Useful Tips to Improve Your Public Speaking – 396 words

5 Ways to Calm Your Public Speaking Nerves – 400 words

Why Are We Scared of Speaking in Public? – 406 words

 

Social Media Posts & Images:

5 Shareable Social Media Tips

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

8 Royalty Free Images

 

Bonuses:

Public Speaking PLR Newsletter eCourse – 3757 words

Includes:

5 Public Speaking PLR Email Messages

Squeeze Page

PLR License

 

10 Courage PLR Articles and Tweets

1.Common Phobias and How to Deal with Them – 574 words

2.How to Stand Up for Yourself in a Relationship – 653 words

3.Making Choices: Saying No versus Doing It – 572 words

4.Ten Inspirational People Who Have Found Courage – 687 words

5.The Benefits of Taking Risks – 723 words

6.Tips for Helping Others Find Courage – 557 words

7.Tips for Standing Up for Yourself at Work – 490 words

8.Understanding Fear: What Is It, and How Does It Affect People? – 505 words

9.What Does It Mean to Be Courageous? – 497 words

10.What Is the Worst Thing That Could Happen? – 598 words

Includes 10 Tweets for social posting.

These Courage PLR Articles are available in .TXT format and includes a PLR license.

 

10 Panic Attacks PLR Articles and Tweets

Foods That Help with Anxiety and Panic Attacks – 515 words

How to Keep College-Related Stress from Causing a Panic Attack – 536 words

How to Stop Panic Attacks before They Start – 542 words

How to Stop Panic Attacks Naturally – 521 words

How to Stop Panic Attacks While on the Road – 529 words

How to Stop Panic Attacks While Pregnant – 599 words

Panic Attacks versus Panic Disorder – 515 words

Tips for Dealing with Panic Disorder in the Workplace – 523 words

What Are Panic Attacks and What Causes Them? – 519 words

What Should You Do for Someone Who Is Having a Panic Attack? – 557 words

Includes 10 Tweets for social posting.

These Panic Attacks PLR Articles are available in .TXT format and includes a PLR license.

 

Video Marketing for Shy People PLR Report – 5314 words

Video Marketing for Shy People Report Outline:

  • The Benefits of Video Marketing
  • What It Means to Be Shy
  • How Shyness Can Get in the Way of Video Marketing
  • Steps to Become a Confident Video Marketer
  • Ways to Use Shyness as an Advantage in Marketing Videos
  • Ways to Make Effective Videos without Appearing in Person

This report is available in .TXT and Word Doc format and includes a PLR license.

 

Total Word Count: 28 000+ Words

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Cannot pass on any PLR rights to your clients.
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Cannot sell this entire PLR package as is
Cannot add this package to a PLR membership site (only the ebook with personal use rights)

This license is non transferable. Meaning this PLR license is for you only and not for your customers.

Your customer can only learn from the content.

You can use PLR articles on as many of your own sites as you wish.

Can It Be Used For Website Flipping? If you add this PLR to a site and decide to sell it, that’s fine. But it can only be sold on sites that come with a unique domain name (i.e. not on PLR website packs that include templates/content sold to multiple buyers but no domain) and please don’t include the separate package with all the keywords/ bonuses.

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Social media images may be edited using the PSD files, and you may repost them on social media sites but you cannot sell or pass on the PSD files to customers.

The images contained within the main report and top 10 tips report are Public Domain and free to use in personal and commercial projects.

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