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Your Submissive Files

A training resume is just another name for a folder where you are going to start keeping your list of training achieved, history and important documents. Throughout the course of this program, you will learn how to write your own files, learn to focus your training in the direction you wish to go and develop a personal development plan for your own growth.

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How to Write a Submissive Life Mission Statement

A life mission statement is a way of saying, "these are my goals and code of conduct for how I want to live my life." There is no wrong or right way to write one but there are several steps that can bring you to a workable statement that will help give you focus and direction to your life.

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Creating a Service and Training Resume

With this handbook you will be given the directions and assistance for beginning to record your own submissive journey in words and logs that will follow you through your life. I will provide you with the best tools and worksheets available to help you learn the value of the things you experience and the training you undergo.

Each section is broken into 4 parts; a lesson, a task to go away and do, notes with tips and advice and a worksheet to help you with your task.

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How to Write Your Own Submissive Affirmations

This report shows you how to write affirmations and use them to improve and better your life. Affirmations are an important part of introspection and personal growth so take some time to check this report out and see how it can help you!

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My Submissive Code of Ethics

I’ve been developing a submissive code of ethics for myself to help give me long term goals and a focus. I feel it will bring about change in me that perhaps I can’t see yet. I thought I would share it here so that you can perhaps get some ideas for developing your own code of ethics.

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How To Use Mind Mapping To Pinpoint Your Ideal Submission

There are 3 things I'd like to focus on in this post. What your ideal relationship is, the structure you'd like to have and the level of protocol you dream of having. This works for kinky bedroom relationships and also full-time dynamics. Get out pen and paper because what we are going to do is make a map of our ideal relationship.

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Add Your Favorite BDSM Books Reading List to Your Submissive Training Resume

The importance of this list is not only to show a potential Dominant that you are well read, but that you have a personal desire to work on improving yourself, learning a wide range of viewpoints and opinions and learn about BDSM activities of all sorts.

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How to Document Your Skills and Training in your Submissive Resume

Part of the Resume is to record your training experience. For this, you have to take all experience that you have as training. If you have experience writing letters, for example, this would be a training item. It can be things you are educated to do or something you picked up as a hobby. Keep your mind open. Training is not always structured parts of your history. It is anything you can do that would provide a service to a Dominant.

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Reflecting On Past Relationships Can Help Develop Your Submission - Write Them Down In Your Submissive Training Resume

So, say you want to set up a training history, how do you start? Each relationship should be treated the same, whether it was casual, long term, live-in, long distance or online only. Relationships that are short to really long all should be documented. All of them will matter and have an impact on your future.

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Submission is Not All Sunshine and Puppies: The Realities of Submission

If you've had a difficult time, or are struggling, I welcome you to write about it for Submissive Guide. Share with us your difficulties; we'll understand and be there for you.

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