incentive, inducement, motivatornoun
a positive motivational influence
Agent noun of motivate; one who motivates.
Motivator is a retired British Thoroughbred racehorse and active sire. In a racing career which lasted from August 2004 until October 2005 he ran seven times and won four races. He is best known as the winner of the 2005 Epsom Derby.
A person who shares his or her words of Motivation with others. Anyone who motivates or stimulates others to take action or to pursue and realize a dream, vision or aspiration is a Motivator. -Emeasoba George
Emeasoba George should be called a Motivator. Because, he shares his words of motivations with the world. Besides that, he stimulates the world to take action and to pursue and realize their dreams, visions or aspirations.Submitted by emeasoba_g on March 22, 2018
A motivator is an igniter of skills, dreams, visions, aspirations and potentials.
The long speech delivered by the Secretary of State about his rise to fame motivated me to pursue my dream of becoming a psychologist.
Etymology: The word ‘motivation’ originates from the Latin word movere, meaning “to move”.Submitted by olugbarom on June 9, 2020
The numerical value of Motivator in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of Motivator in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
I’ve always lived my life with the belief that with hard work and determination, anything is possible. I also believe that in order to succeed, you have to be willing to accept that failure is most definitely part of the journey. While failure may be difficult, it should also be viewed as a motivator because failure is absolutely necessary to succeed, the experience of dealing with cancer treatment made me realize that nothing is more important than my family. I also made a commitment that one day, when I was in a position to help others, I would do so. I feel that my purpose is to give back, lend a hand and really help others.
“The absence of pain is the eternal motivator in almost everything we do.”
Global writer, motivator and inspirer.
With Fed rate hikes moving at a snail’s pace, a primary motivator for investors seeking inflation protection - the rate reset feature of loans – is greatly diminished.
That was a moment where the premise for going to Iraq was so false that there were weapons of mass destruction, she didn't do her homework. We live with the ramifications, you may say that's 12 years ago -- that's a big motivator for me running. If you show a lack of judgment, lack of doing homework then, what can we expect in the future?
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