How To Be Motivated Without A Motivator

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                                            How To Be Motivated Without A Motivator
                                                                By Jeff Earlywine

  How To Be Motivated Without A Motivator
 by: Jeff Earlywine

Many professionals spend their entire careers working under managers or supervisors that don’t truly
understand the importance of motivation. This lack of understanding results in one of two things: 1)
Low performance and productivity of the organization and staff or 2) Self-motivation of the professional,
which results in high performance, satisfaction, and productivity. If you are in the low performance
category then you know how difficult it is to reach your potential without someone motivating you. What
you need to begin doing is motivating yourself.

The definition of motivation used here is: “Instruction and challenges given that assists in reaching
goals, dreams and (more importantly) potential.” This definition has been perfected by Weight
Watchers: a very successful weight-loss organization. Weight Watchers has discovered that weekly
“weigh-in” meetings boost the achievement of their client’s weight loss goals. These meetings also
serve to give instruction and accountability to those passionate about losing needed pounds.

Therefore, lets apply a similar approach to your career and personal life, with you being the motivator.
In order to motivate yourself you need to discover, design, and develop.

Discover your passion. What is your passion? A basic definition of passion is: A powerful or compelling
emotion or feeling. To help you discover yours, ask yourself the following question, “What would I do if
I could do anything at all, knowing I could not fail and personal abilities, time and money are not an

Design your goals. A good exercise to accomplish this is to write down where you where five years
ago, where you are right and now, and where you want to be in five years in the following categories…
   Personal development (what you want to learn, physical body, fears to overcome). Career,
business, finances (amount of sales this month/year, those that you would like as your professional
associates, savings/investing/retirement). Fun and adventure – fun and adventure are both great
rewards for staying motivated. Giving and service (time given to help others in need, use of your
skills at your church or in the community)

Once you have written these goals down it is very important that they be added to your task list and

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reviewed on a weekly basis.

Develop ten positive weekly habits. These habits were modified from Mike Moore’s Ten Terrific Self
Motivating Tips article.    Be willing to leave your comfort zone. The greatest barrier to achieving your
potential is your comfort zone. Great things happen when you make friends with your discomfort zone.
  Don't be afraid to make mistakes. Wisdom helps us avoid making mistakes and comes from making a
million of them. Don't indulge in self-limiting thinking. Dare to dream big dreams. Shoot for the moon
and expect to hit it. Choose to be happy. Happy people are easily motivated. Laugh at something
every day. Spend at least one hour a day in self-development. Read good books, listen to inspiring
tapes, pray and read God’s Word. Train yourself to finish what you start. So many of us become
scattered as we try to accomplish a task. Review your goals, and celebrate accomplishments. Plan
next week this week. If you hold yourself to your plans then you will accomplish a great deal and will
not need someone to constantly motivate you. Never quit when you experience a setback or
frustration. Success could be just around the corner. Find someone you can mentor and motivate.
There is nothing like giving yourself away.

These are the steps that I have seen successful people implement into their lives. I hope they will help
you learn to motivate yourself, whether you have a motivator in your life or not.

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                                            By Sean Dominey

 Training your dog to perform basic obedience commands can enhance your relationship with him,
boost his confidence, and overall, help both of you to lead a more peaceful and happy life together! A
well-trained, well-mannered dog is truly a great companion to share your life with!

In order to begin training your dog, you will need certain items that will facilitate the learning process.
First of all, you will need some type of collar. We recommend using a flat, nylon buckle collar, or for
very small dogs, a harness. The collar can also serve to display your dog’s identification tags in case
he gets lost.

In addition to the nylon collar, you will need a 6-foot leash. You may choose any material type that you
please, but we recommend using a nylon leash. Leather leashes also work very well, but can
sometimes be a temptation for your dog to chew on. Metal chain leashes can be very hard on the
hands during training and retractable leashes tend to be very cumbersome and hard to handle for
training purposes. Nylon leashes are durable, comfortable to use and generally long-lasting.

Another essential tool for training your dog is some kind of motivator. Different dogs will be motivated
by different things, so the best way to choose a motivator is to get to know your dog! Generally
speaking though, nearly all dogs will respond to food or treats and those that do not, will most often
respond to toys or just love and attention. For the purposes of this training ebook, we will focus on
using treats as the main motivator for your dog. If your dog is motivated by toys or attention, then
simply use that in place of the treats. We recommend using soft, easily breakable treats, as opposed to
hard, crumbly treats. The reason being that hard treats tend to crumble onto the ground and can
distract your dog from learning because he will be too busy picking up the crumbs from the ground!
You will want to break the treats into very small pieces, so that they last longer and so that your dog
does not start to feel full and lose interest in the treats while you are still training.

This last tool is absolutely essential to any training program. Make sure you have this tool before
beginning any training exercise and, in fact, anytime you are working with you dog at all. The tool is: A
Positive Attitude!! Always approach training your dog with a fun and positive outlook. Your dog will
most likely pick up on your mood and respond in kind. The idea is for training to be fun and enjoyable
for both of you. If you start to feel frustrated, then take a break. If you feel stressed at all, then leave
training until later.

So, gather up your training equipment, round up your dog, and get ready to start training. Tall indoor dog gates is a site dedicated to dog training and
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