Self-Pleasuring as Motivation: A Real Incentive for Manhood Care Everybody procrastinates sometimes, and the occasional “putting off” does little harm. But sometimes procrastination becomes a problem, and a person needs a little extra motivation to get them to move forward. Different people are motivated by different things, but for many men self-pleasuring could be used as an incentive to get things done. So long as it doesn’t interfere with their manhood care, using self-pleasuring as motivation may be a helpful trick for many a man. Incentive theory Incentive theory is a well-established method for creating motivation in a person. For example, many people work harder at their job if they know some form of meaningful reward will result from it – a raise in salary, a new position, a larger office, more flex time, etc. And for some people, sticking to a diet is easier if there are rewards associated with it, such as one day off from the diet every week. For an incentive to work, the reward has to be something that the individual finds meaningful. If a man hardly ever self-stimulates, or self-fondles but has an “I can take it or leave it” attitude, using self-pleasuring as motivation may not be effective. Similarly, if a man places too much emphasis on selfpleasuring, using it as an incentive may be complicated – he must feel rewarded but not feel punished (by not being able to self-gratify) during the time when he is working toward the reward. Here are a few scenarios of how self-pleasuring as motivation might work. Maximum boredom. Fred has a new assignment at work, but it’s one that does not interest him in the least. The subject is boring, the process is boring and there’s no room for doing anything but rote, bythe-book work. It has to get done, but Fred just dreads doing it – even though he knows it won’t take him that long to do once he gets started. Using self-pleasuring as a lure, Fred promises himself a solid two hours of self-stimulation tonight – but only if he totally completes the assignment before leaving work. www.man1health.com
The long haul. Steve has been meaning to paint his apartment for a long time but has been putting it off. There’s a lot of work to do – stripping the wallpaper off in one room, patching the walls in two others, priming all the surfaces and putting at least two coats on each wall. It’s going to take a week to do and it needs to get done, but Steve hates painting. Finally, he girds up his loins and makes a promise: Although he is someone who self-stimulates every night, he agrees not to fondle himself at all until the whole apartment is painted. (And with that motivation, he even manages to get it all done a day early.) Play-as-you-go. Lee really needs to lose weight – at least 30 pounds. But he has such a hard time resisting food. In order to help him stick to his new diet, Lee decides that he will not self-gratify until he has lost five pounds – and will reward himself with some lengthy solo time every time he reaches an additional five pound loss. Self-pleasuring as motivation can incentivize a man in ways that some other rewards might not. But it may also lead to a somewhat sore (if happy) member, so using a first class male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) is definitely called for. Make sure the crème has both Shea butter (a high-end emollient) and vitamin E (a natural hydrator) to keep the manhood skin supple and moisturized. Also, too much selfpleasuring can de-sensitize the male organ, so the crème should include acetyl L carnitine, an amino acid that protects against the peripheral nerve damage from rough handling that can lead to loss of sensation.