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Main eBook: “Self-Aware: How to Understand Yourself to Improve Your Life”

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Table of Contents for the Understand Yourself PLR Ebook:

Understand Yourself to Improve Your Life…………………………… 3

Tests to Help You Understand Yourself………………………………… 5

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator……………………………………………………………. 5

Big Five Personality Test………………………………………………………………….. 5

Self-Directed Search………………………………………………………………………….. 6

The Holtzman Inkblot Technique……………………………………………………. 6

Tests that Help You Identify the Perfect Job for You…………….. 7

Career Strengths Test……………………………………………………………………….. 7

MAPP Career Assessment…………………………………………………………………. 7

Riso-Hudson Enneagram Type Indicator………………………………………. 8

Consider Your Goals & Values……………………………………………….. 9

Hit the Rewind Button………………………………………………………………………. 9

Time to Make a List……………………………………………………………………………. 9

Rank These Values…………………………………………………………………………… 11

Flesh Out Your Values…………………………………………………………………….. 11

Score Yourself………………………………………………………………………………….. 12

Understanding Your Strengths and Weaknesses……………….. 13

Start Journaling……………………………………………………………………………….. 14

Take Risks…………………………………………………………………………………………. 15

Try New Things………………………………………………………………………………… 15

Don’t Be Afraid of Failure………………………………………………………………. 17

Clearing Your Mind to Help Open You to Learning About Yourself……………………………………………………………………………….. 18

 

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Understand Yourself to Improve Your Life

Do you ever do something that catches you totally off guard? It’s as if you don’t even know the person who acted that way, even though it is you. This happens to a lot of people. You have so many responsibilities to handle each and every day that you get caught up in the business of life.

You don’t have much time to think about what is important to you. There don’t seem to be enough hours in the day for you to get everything done, and there certainly isn’t extra time to spend contemplating who you really are.

Even though time is a rare commodity, you need to make time to become more self-aware. If there is any area of your life you would like to improve, you can’t do so by lying to yourself. You have to be honest about who you are, what you value, what you want and who is important to you.

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Topic: Understanding Yourself – the Benefits of Self-Awareness – 2036 words

Email #1 – Welcome to Understanding Yourself – The Benefits of Self-Awareness

Email #2 – The Benefits of Self-awareness

Email #3 – Knowing the value of saying no

Email #4 – Using self-awareness to feel less alone and happier

Email #5 – Self-Awareness and Goals

 

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Email #1 – Welcome to Understanding Yourself – The Benefits of Self-Awareness

Hello and welcome to our ecourse. What does understanding yourself mean to you? Exactly what is it about yourself that you think you understand? When pressed for an answer, most of us would not be able to define what understanding our self really means. And what about self-awareness. Here again, what is it exactly that you are aware of (or should be aware of) about yourself? Don’t know? Good, because over the course of these 5 lessons, we will cover:

  1. What understanding yourself and self-awareness mean
  2. The benefits of self-awareness
  3. Knowing the value of saying no
  4. Using self-awareness to feel less alone and happier
  5. Self-awareness and goals

Let’s start with a definition: understanding yourself. According to Merriam-Webster, to know oneself is “to understand our own emotions, desires, abilities, etc.” Taken further, it also includes knowing our personality, personal values, habits and needs… along with emotions, desires and abilities.

Personality

So how can knowing your personality help you? By knowing what kind of personality you have, you can better select a job that is better suited for you.

For example, if you are an introvert, having a job where you are in contact with people all day would not be good as it would cause an increase in your stress level. And having chronic high stress can eventually cause health issues – both physically and mentally. A better job suited to you would be one where you have little contact with people.

Values

Simply put, our values are our convictions that we hold regarding what we believe is important and desirable. Each person has their own set of personal values. And sometimes we have two personal values at odds with each other. How do we resolve it? By picking the value most important to us.

Habits

Habits are behaviors that we repeat routinely and automatically. For example, the routine or things you do when you get up in the morning. Most likely they are the same things you do everyday and don’t have to think about doing them.

Needs

According to Maslow, these are the things we must have to feel whole. At the psychological level, it includes things like shelter, clothing, food, water and sleep. Other needs include safety and security, love and belonging, self-esteem and self-actualization which includes creativity, spontaneity, etc. When these needs are not met, they can motivate us to do something that will fulfil that missing need(s).

Emotions

This is understanding your feelings and in particular what triggers them and how they impact your thoughts and actions. For example, if you know something is going to make you feel sad, most likely you will avoid doing it to avoid being sad.

That wraps it up for this first lesson. In the next lesson, we will talk about the benefits of self-awareness. Be sure to read that one.

 

High Quality Understand Yourself PLR Articles:

6 Tips to Help You Understand Yourself Better – 392 words

Are Personality Tests Really Accurate? – 394 words

How Journaling Can Help You Understand Yourself Better – 397 words

What are the Benefits of Self-Awareness? – 405 words

What Does It Mean to Have Self-Awareness? – 427 words

 

Understand Yourself PLR Article Sample:

Are Personality Tests Really Accurate?

If you search online to find personality tests, you will find that there are hundreds of search results for you to explore. Some of them seem more appealing than others, or are backed by highly qualified psychologists which give them plenty of credibility. However, before you even find a personality test, you might be wondering about their viability and whether you can trust them. Let’s consider personality tests and how accurate they really are.

What is a personality test?

A personality test is a series of questions which aim to give you more information about who you are as a person. There are often multiple choice answers for you to choose from, and these are used to calculate the final score and the information about your ‘personality type’. Many people find it interesting to do a personality test and find out just how accurate it is, but this is only clear to see if you have a high enough level of self-awareness.

What are the benefits of personality tests?

If you’re wondering why you might take a personality test, there are benefits to doing so. Taking a personality test often confirms things which people have been thinking about themselves. Taking a personality test could also mean that you’re surprised by the result. Some people will ask a friend to give their opinion on the outcome so that they can see how far or how close it is to reality.

Taking a personality test can be beneficial if you are trying to understand yourself better. You may also feel that you are able to understand other people better – this is often either due to understanding yourself better or understanding different personality types better.

So are personality tests accurate?

There is no solid evidence that suggests personality tests are completely accurate. However, this doesn’t mean that they’re totally wrong or don’t have any uses at all. Some personality tests are certainly quite accurate, and when you finish the test and get the description of your personality type, you might be shocked at just how accurate it seems. The longer the personality test, the more accurate it is likely to be, so choose tests with more questions where possible. If you are concerned that you may have a mental health condition, you should always visit your doctor rather than rely on personality tests or other online tests.

 

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Long Article – The Best Personality Tests to Help You Understand Yourself

 

The Best Personality Tests to Help You Understand Yourself Sample Content:

The Best Personality Tests to Help You Understand Yourself

If you want to understand yourself better and what your strengths and limitations are, it can be helpful to take a personality test. And by personality test, we don’t mean one of those fun little tests that you get on social media, we mean an actual personality test. There are a variety of personality tests that are backed up by science and that are used by professionals to not only help understand someone but also to help that person better understand themselves. However, there aren’t just one or two consensus personality tests that you can take and get a definitive answer about who you are, there are tons of useful personality tests that you can take. In this article, you will learn about some of the best ones that you should consider giving a try.

Revised NEO Personality Inventory

Revised NEO Personality Inventory (or NEO PI-R) is one of the best personality tests that you can take. Why exactly? Well, it is one of the tests based on the “big five.” This is the term that psychologists use to refer to five big personality traits.

Those traits are: Openness (a person’s willingness to try new things versus staying with what they know), Extraversion (do you prefer being alone or being with company), Conscientiousness (are you organized or do you prefer taking things as they come), Neuroticism (are you confident in yourself), Agreeableness (are you a friendly person or not).

So, as you can see, this test definitely covers quite a bit and really helps to sketch out one’s personality.

Myer-Briggs Type Indicator

One of the most popular and well-known tests out there is the Myer-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). Arguably its popularity is due to its simplicity. You answer four different questions. Depending on your answers to the four questions, you are assigned one of two letters. Once all four questions have been answered, you simply put all the letters together and match that to the personality type.

This test is very popular in the commercial sector because of how it measures a person’s work ethic, their ability to think on the fly, whether they are analytical or not, etc.

While you shouldn’t treat the MBTI as the be-all and end-all, it is still a useful test for understanding how you approach problems.

 

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Guide to Reflection and Giving Thanks To Others PLR Report – 1724 words

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Guide to Reflection and Giving Thanks To Others PLR Report Sample Content:

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.

 

Importance of Tracing Your Family History PLR Report – 3066 words

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The Importance of Tracing Your Family

Introduction

Have you ever moved to a small town where your family used to live? If you have, you may have had someone ask you “Who do you belong to?” or “Who’s your daddy?” What they really want to know is what your family background is. Some people can easily rattle off a brief family history to anyone interested in listening; others would be hard-pressed to tell about more than their immediate family or possibly their grandparents.

There are many reasons for learning about your ancestors. In fact, if you ask anyone who has traced the family history why they’ve done so, you’ll receive a variety of answers. Some do it because they want to see if there’s anyone famous in their background. Others choose to search for their ancestors to understand more about why they have red hair or where the unusual birthmark came from. Still others will say they’re tracing their family history because a loved one got them interested in family stories.

You may also hear other reasons as well. When choosing to delve into your family’s background there’s much to learn. Some people think tracing their family’s history is easy but it can be difficult. If you’ve decided to delve into your family’s background to learn the history, how do you know where to start?

Start where you are

The simplest place to start is with you and your immediate family. Find a copy of a pedigree chart online. They can be downloaded, if you have Adobe Acrobat Reader, from websites such as Misbach.org, Ancestry.com, FamilyTreeMagazine.com, and CanadianGenealogy.net. Of course, most websites relating to genealogy will offer some type of charts or forms you can download and use.

The first person on the sheet is the person completing the research. This would be you and is listed as number one on the form. Fill in your vital information such as your birth date and your birth place (city, county, and state). If you’re married, be sure to fill out the information with your maiden name if you’re a woman but include your married name, as well.

From this point, go on to your parents. They will be numbered 2 and 3 on the form. Fill in the chart with their vital statistics, using your mother’s maiden name. Remember to fill in as much as possible for each person. If your parents are divorced and there are children with your step-parent, you’ll want to make a note on the form and fill their information out on a separate form.

Next fill in their parent’s information, numbers 4 and 5 for your paternal grandparents, and 6 and 7 for maternal grandparents. You may need to fill in dates of death along with the location (city, county, and state) for those relatives who have passed on.

Continue filling in as much information as you can for your own immediate family. Then move on to the next generation, grandparents, great-grandparents, etc. as far back as your family has information or can remember. This will let you know where to start searching further.

 

10 Journaling PLR Articles and Tweets

1.How Journaling Can Help with Achieving Your Goals – 464 words

2.How Journaling Can Help with Mental Health Issues – 531 words

3.How to Get Started Writing a Journal – 498 words

4.How to Make Your Journaling More Effective – 512 words

5.Journaling to Help Combat Loneliness – 689 words

6.Journaling to Help with Stress – 521 words

7.Reaping the Benefits of a Gratitude Journal – 546 words

8.Ten Types of Journals You Can Create – 682 words

9.Tips for Making Journaling Part of Your Daily Routine – 526 words

10.Travel Journal Ideas and Tips – 571 words

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How Journaling Can Help with Achieving Your Goals

Journaling can help you achieve your goals because it will force you to think about them, consider the why and how, and delve deeper into the situation so that you can examine all sides of it. Read on to find out how journaling can help.

* It Forces You to Write Down Your Goals – When you start a journal, it basically is a way to force yourself to document your goals. Whether you write them down on paper or you use technology to get it all down doesn’t matter. Once they’re written, they are ready to tackle.

* It Makes You Consider Why and How – As you enter data into your journal, you’ll be forced to face the why and how of your goal. This is especially true if you write down a goal and focus on it in your journal.

* It Enables You to Examine the Opportunities and Threats – When you are focused on goal making with your journal, you’ll also explore opportunities and threats coming your way due to your goals. It helps you avoid roadblocks in advance.

* It Makes You Develop Steps for Success Based on Your Goals – When you see it written down, you’ll want to notice and pull out any steps you’ve developed in your journal and put them in your calendar for scheduling.

* It Helps You Improve Goal Setting and Achievement – Each time you intentionally set goals, define steps to achieve the goals, and perform them, you are setting yourself up for being able to improve your skills.

* It Provides Accountability – Even if no one else is reading your journal, a private journal can help you become accountable to yourself. If you develop the habit of looking at your journal each day and put something else in there each day, it’ll work great for helping you become more accountable.

* It Provides a Permanent Record – Having a permanent record of the things you’ve done in your life, whether it’s personal or work, is a beautiful thing. Hardly anyone has a perfect memory, so you’ll maintain the lessons learned better with the record to look back at.

* It May Be Inspirational – Depending on the journal, you might even be able to take the information inside and compile it into a real book for others to read to inspire them. You might also take from it steps for your success for a project and turn it into a course to inspire someone else.

Journaling is an excellent way to work toward achieving all your goals. It will even help you make better goals because the process of entering facts in your journal will cause you to see them in a more logical way that is more useful.

 

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