Here’s another great self-help PLR package on “Anger Management”. This PLR package is value plus! It consists of not one, but five reports! Plus, you get the squeeze pages and more for EACH ONE!
This topic is a very popular self help, self improvement topic. I actually know a couple of people who have an anger problem and have had to seek help as their employees have told them to do something about it! They didn’t even realize they did, but when their positions of employment were all of a sudden at risk…they did something about it. They didn’t appear to have anger problems at home, just at work. Stress came into play here too. So stress relief and anger management can be great hand-in-hand niches.
Here are the 5 Anger Management Topics:
Report #1: Controlling Anger – This report is all about anger management.
Report #2: Anger Addiction Explained – Talks about how people become fueled by rage.
Report #3: Anger Management For Children – This report is for helping children manage their anger.
Report #4: 6 Helpful Tricks You Can Use To Relieve Anger – This information is helpful for anyone.
Report #5: Calming Your Anger – This report provides constructive and non-destructive ways to cool the anger fuse.
Each one of these 5 reports includes 10 modules of content, that consists of the following:
- Module 1 – High Quality PDF Report (different subject for each) with .DOC File Included
- Module 2 – Excellently Converting Squeeze Page
- Module 3 – Hybrid Thank You / Download Page
- Module 4 – Full Graphics Package w/ PSD Files
- Module 5 – Five Click Driving E-mail Messages
- Module 6 – Recommended Affiliate Products
- Module 7 – Hybrid Cheat Sheet with .DOC
- Module 8 – Ten Traffic Spawning Twitter Posts
- Module 9 – License Package
- Module 10 – Step-By-Step Setup Guide.
What I also like, is you can use the content any way you like. So if you only need a couple of reports to capture leads, you can use the rest of the reports as content on your website. (Or you can do both! That’s what’s so special about PLR!)
Here’s A Sample of The “Controlling Anger” Report
Darren has allowed me to share some of the content with you so I can show you how well-written it is. He was going to let me give you a complete one, that’s how confident he is on the quality…however, I thought a snippet was enough as I am sure you will want all five anyway! I do!
Check this sample from a section on “Control Your Initial Response”.
The emotional and physical response triggered by a real or perceived offense or threat typically gives way to feelings of anger that can range from mild agitation to violent rage. The greater the sense of hurt, fear and frustration, the greater the intensity of your anger. It is always important to remember that your initial or “automatic” response to anger may not be the most constructive. You need to pay attention to your words and actions so that they don’t become a damaging expression of your pain.
Postponing your angry reaction by as little as ten to twenty seconds can mean the difference between a good and bad outcome. During this time you will want to take several deep breaths and consciously tell yourself to slow down and to respond instead of react. A response is characterized by thinking before you act, considering how your action will impact others, and imagining a positive outcome. A reaction is knee jerk in nature and evidenced by thoughtless action with little concern for the outcome except to relieve the tension brought on by the anger.
It’s important to note that recent research challenges the once widely held belief in the value of letting one’s anger out through the release of physical energy, e.g., hitting a pillow or pushing a tree. It is now believed that this form of “catharsis” can actually reinforce the expression of hostility and aggression, which may increase the likelihood of a similar and even more intense reaction in the future.
Darren creates value packed PLR, so you won’t be disappointed!