Susanne Myers and Tracy Roberts have just launched PLRSOS.com, a site that is selling PLR content. Both Susanne Myers & Tracy Roberts have been in the PLR business for many years. They co-own PiggyMakesBank.com (another site selling PLR content via membership). You can learn more about it by reading my Piggy Makes Bank Review.
PLRSOS.com vs PiggyMakesBank.com
Both sites sell quality PLR content, but PLRSOS offers smaller PLR bundles at a lower cost than PiggyMakesBank. A typical PLR SOS PLR packs will consist of about 10 articles and supporting materials.
As part of PLRSOS opening, you can buy the PLR pack: Growth Mindset for just $10 (discount is till Friday, February 5, 2021).
This PLR pack consists of the following
- 10 Articles
- 10 Emails
- 31 Day Progress Tracker
- Goal Setting Worksheets
- Growth Mindset Card Deck
- Habit Tracker
- Household Budget Planner
- Morning and Evening Gratitude Journal Pages
Below is an extract from one of the PLR article:
Let’s look at how you can use a simple journal to cultivate a growth mindset. We’ll go over the basics and why they work in this article. From here, feel free to experiment. What type of journal works best for you? Do longer or shorter journal entries motivate you? Most importantly, what will it take for you to continue journaling each day? These are important questions only you can answer.
The reason a journal works so well for changing habits and developing a growth mindset is two-fold. First, it is a source of introspection. It forces you to slow down for a moment and become intentional in your thinking. You have to really think about something to put it down into words. You can’t be as vague as you would thinking about what you did yesterday, for example. It’s easy to remember that you got a lot of stuff done. Writing it all downs in a journal forces you to be specific. You get a better grasp of what you did exactly. And there’s just something about seeing things in black and white.
This brings us to the second reason why journals are great tools to help you develop that growth mindset. They give you physical (or electronic) proof of what you’ve done already. Those entries and pages are something you can look at whenever you need a little motivation. In fact, it’s something you should do regularly. Set aside some time each week to look through your journal entries. Appreciate how far you’ve come. Use these entries to figure out where you’re struggling. What stumbling blocks do you keep encountering? Being able to pinpoint problems that keep cropping up is a great exercise in problem solving. It will also help you make big leaps in progress. All because of a few little journal entries.