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  1. Waggin’ Train  – a presentation on how something like a jerky treat can bring you great fulfillment Gabriella Svensk
  2. Lucas & I
  3. -  What is the intention?-  What part does the product play?-  What is the single truth?-  Why this truth is the future?-  You will understand how something like a jerky bite can actually bring great fulfillment to just about anyone.
  4. Good for Training Just treats Good for healthSoft treats Ears and snouts Dental ChewsCrunchy treats Hard treats “Bone like” treatsBiscuits (bones and rawhide)Freeze driedJerky treats
  5. Good for Training Just treats Good for healthSoft treats Ears and snouts Dental ChewsCrunchy treats Hard treats “Bone like” treatsBiscuits (bones and rawhide)Freeze driedJerky treats
  6. Reinforcing a behavior
  7. Reinforcing a behavior& No reason
  8. Reinforcing a behavior& No reason= Bonding experience( = a return )
  9. Who is the dog today and what part does the treat play in our lives?
  10. The family member
  11. Implication-  Same care and respect-  Pets are a substitute-  Provide us with care, security and loveIf we care for them , they care for us
  12. The passive eater
  13. Implication-  Using food as an incentive and looking for a return in form of a feelingWhen we give our dog a treat, we want a happydog in return
  14. 3. The mirror
  15. Implication-  Invest time & money into our dog to look good in front of others-  We want complimentsWe want to feel as if we have done a good job
  16. What is the reward?What will I get out of this?
  17. &
  18. &Today and in the future we will need more of an incentive and obvious benefits before giving away our time or our money. We will want to know what we get in return.
  19. Truth:Our happiness is greater when we decide to spendmore on other people than ourselves
  20. Truth:Our happiness is greater when we decide to spendmore on other people than ourselvesQuestion:Is it the giving of the gift, or the feeling that comeswith having given a gift?
  21. We give to receive
  22. We give to receive We give to receive
  23. The insight:We give to receive
  24. “Giving is better than receiving because givingstarts the receiving process” - Jim Rohn

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