Stickers are powerful motivation.

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15 Responses to Stickers are powerful motivation.

  1. Adam says:

    Also: blood drives

  2. Kimberly says:

    I didn’t get an “I Voted” sticker with my mail-in ballot. :(

  3. Bridgett says:

    This one took me a minute (I vote at a nursing home). Then it hit me.

  4. Mike says:

    Off subject but I can’t stand it. I have to respond to then it hit me.

    Sometimes I wonder
    “Why is that frisbee getting bigger?”
    And then it hits me.

    Back on subject.
    Another center piece – “police looking for child preditors”

  5. I love those “I voted today” stickers. I have the first one I ever got from my first time voting in my scrapbook….

  6. AV Guy says:

    I’m the chief election official at my precinct, and we vote in an elementary school. May I use this in my “night before the election” meeting? My folks could do with the laugh.

  7. Matt says:

    Kimberly, that’s sad. There actually was an “I Voted” sticker included in my mail-in ballot for Jefferson County, Colorado.

  8. Seems indexed is getting some recognition, again:

    I just hope this wasn’t Jess’s idea for today.

  9. Gary says:


    I saw that too and laughed my butt off!

  10. rosejenifar says:

    The first and probably most widely used method is stickers! It always amazes me to see the power of stickers.If I ever need motivation to do a good job with something,the promise of a banana sticker as a reward will always do the trick.

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  14. Anna says:

    Stickers are great! I use stickers in my job on a daily basis. All my kids were potty trained with the use of stickers!

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