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Dog Clicker Training Secrets Revealed

[ad_1] I think I have just zeroed in on why dog clicker training is such a success with the canine population. No offense intended, but I have come to the conclusion that dogs and humans have a lot in common. I have noticed that, just like you, we canines respond very positively to food, praise, games, and all sorts of other good things.There is a reason why we have earned the reputation of being man's best friend. In fact, there is more than one reason: we are both highly intelligent; we are masters at socializing; but above and beyond all that, we are positive thinkers.Dog Behavior To TreatsHave you ever noticed how easy it is to tie your dog's behavior...

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Weight Loss Visualization: How to Lose Weight Using Your Subconscious Mind

[ad_1] Did you know that many conditions of the human body, including weight loss, could be improved through a process called visualization? In other words, you can improve any aspect of your life by seeing the desired outcome in your mind's eye first. Imagine being flooded with ideas, suggestions, and personal experiences when you ask your friends, colleagues, and health professionals about how to shed that extra weight you've recently put on. Diets, weight reduction programs, exercise, jumping, running, walking, jogging and other forms of physical activity are some of the common suggestions you might get. Few people actually supplement their efforts for life-lasting results with weight loss visualization.Weight Loss VisualizationHave you ever heard of "vision boards"? They are boards...

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Self-Improvement With Satellite TV

[ad_1] People argue that watching television leads to obesity and generally laziness. While watching television can indeed sometimes lull a person into a comatose state of consciousness, it can also serve as motivation for someone to change in order to improve his or her quality of life. This paradoxical relationship stems from the content of what is being shown on television. The media has always focused on the young, thing, and beautiful people of our society, with actors and models very rarely actually reflecting what the average population looks like. The introduction of reality TV also introduced the presence of real people being broadcast into the homes of their peers, allowing people to finally see someone they could more easily...

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Where Your Mind Goes, You Go

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Training by Engagement

[ad_1] A survey by CareerBuilder found that 99% of job seekers would be loyal to the employers who would invest in training them. Several corporations are emphasizing on training in recent times. Companies are moving away from traditional training techniques to inculcating methods like e-learning to train their employees in bettering their skills and improving their work efficiency. These non-traditional teaching methods have proved to be very effective and as a result, finding alternative teaching methods have been prioritized.Research suggests that high levels of engagement in the learning process results in better retention and understanding of the material. Studies by Brewster& Fager (2000) and then by Marks( 2000,) found that when learners are psychologically engaged, they are intrinsically motivated which...

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Motivating Teens to Do Well in School

[ad_1] The teen years can be a scary time for kids. They no longer have the comfort and safety of elementary school and are now in many different classrooms with all kinds of unknown kids. They don't get much support from their teachers but are expected to perform well anyway. On their own in a big, intimidating world, they often feel lonely and isolated.The problem is teenagers won't be coming to Mom and Dad saying, "I need you." Their cry for help is often masked as belligerent, aggressive or even passive behavior. They may throw tantrums, refuse to do their homework, complain about school, become apathetic or go "Goth." They desperately want to fit in so they follow the crowd,...

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