of or giving motivation; specif., designating or of speeches, recordings, seminars, etc. designed to provide insight, guidance, and encouragement toward achieving self-fulfillment as in one's career or personal life: a motivational speaker
Robb himself acknowledges that if the fruit flush has a place in a weight loss plan, its value may be more in its motivational effect than in the weight loss itself.
Suze Orman is also the host of a weekend financial planning show for CNBC called The Suze Orman Show, a contributing editor for O, The Oprah Magazine, and the top female motivational speaker in the United States.
For a bit of motivational support, there is downloadable literature available that includes: daily success tracker, holiday survival guide, product order form, product nutrition profiles, and a diabetic guide.
Although there is no cash prize or guarantee of publication when you participate in NaNoWriMo, this contest can be a good motivational tool to get you into the routine of writing on a regular basis.
You can order the system which explains the process and what foods you can eat; it contains several cookbooks, explanatory guides, eating plans, and motivational CDs to help start you on your way.