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give an incentive for action

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history, being 47 percent multicultural," said Trevor Hansen, CEO of Motivate.
Prior to this merger, Motivate said it was on pace to operate nearly 25,000 bikes in systems using 8D technology, by the end of 2017, including the upcoming ten-fold expansion of Ford GoBike in the Bay Area.
The question you need to ask yourself is why did I want to motivate myself in the first place?
We are delighted to partner with EmaarEntertainment LLC and believe Reel Cinemas provides a premium offering that will be a great vehicle for our discerning advertisers," said Motivate Group's managing partner,Ian Fairservice.
Said Martin: "Mr Motivator, Derrick Evans, motivates people by wearing Lycra and performing physical exercises.
We organized this music festival especially for the youth to motivate them to join the armed forces.
Visit the Motivate Publishing stand at the Sharjah International Book Fair, located in Hall 4, stand number 402-406.
1988, 1995), I suggested that to motivate followers, leaders should employ a mix of four Rs: Responsibilities, Relationships, Rewards, Reasons.
Then we won't have to come up with new techniques to motivate those who don't want to learn.
Consultant Adair interprets the work of Herzberg and Maslow to mean that to motivate, one must be motivated and select people who are also self-motivated.
Distribution has forever been the major challenge, but now that the industry is banking its future on creating and protecting the retirement incomes of baby boomers, its need to train and motivate distribution partners has never been more urgent.
These societal adjustments cause the convergence of the three primary components to either increase or decrease in certain spaces and at particular times; therefore, changes in the crime rates occur independent of societal or behavioral conditions that motivate offenders.