Dean Holdsworth's half-time team talk did the trick as his Aldershot side secured a fourth successive win with a 1-0 victory over struggling Barnet.
Following a lacklustre first half, Danny Hylton struck with an hour gone to sink the Bees who had defender Matthew Parsons sent off late on.
"Four wins in a row feels fantastic," admitted Shots boss Holdsworth.
"We have to give Barnet some credit, they came here fighting for their lives.
"They got in our faces and stopped us playing, but I went in at half-time and had a word - asked a few questions - and we came out a different side."