Instant Gratification: The Poison Of Our Generation

Instant Gratification: The Poison Of Our Generation

(5 Minute Read) In order for Influence Digest to keep providing you with these articles, we take on sponsorships from like-minded companies. This week Candace and Basil have sponsored us. They are an online furniture retailer with one goal. To provide the highest quality furniture at the most affordable prices. If you are in need…

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The Difference Between Motivation & Discipline

The Difference Between Motivation & Discipline

We watch motivational videos, listen to inspirational speeches, read books, all to give us that massive adrenaline rush to accomplish things. Sometimes that adrenaline can last a day, a week, or even year. To work on adrenaline is to work with passion. This may seem great, but there is one major flaw, adrenaline eventually fades.…

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Why Sunday Is The Most Important Day Of The Week

Why Sunday Is The Most Important Day of The Week

Sunday is the most important day of the week. It is the day that 99% of North American society wastes away but it is also the day that the 1% of society uses to prepare for the week. Depending on the way that you utilize Sunday’s could either set the tone for a productive and…

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The Morning Routine of Steve Jobs

The Morning Routine of Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs was the pioneer of the modern technology. His belief in simplicity and creativity propelled his companies to points where very few entrepreneurs have gone. He changed the way people look at the technology. He made us believe that technology could be beautiful, seamless, and efficient all in one. Steve Jobs had done so…

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The Difference Between Important And Urgent

There are many situations that occur daily that we consider “important”. But there comes one major issue. We are unable to differentiate between what is important and what is urgent. Every day we are bombarded with tasks that keep us “busy” but are not necessarily helping us achieve our end goals. As a result of…

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Self Education Or Institutional Education

Self Education V.S. Institutional Education

Institutional Education From the moment you enter pre-school, you are put into the realm of institutionalized education. Every step from that point onwards aims to mold you into their definition of a spectacular student. Let’s talk about the pros and cons of institutionalized education: Pros -You learn in a social environment and increase your ability…

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Why Working Less Can Increase Productivity

Why Working Less Can Produce Better Results

The Problem Work More Produce More There is a common ideology that has been circulated around society and that is the idea that the more we work, the more we get in return. Our input is directly proportional to our output. This logic likely stems from the ideologies we were taught from our school systems.…

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9 Influencers Who Have Mastered The Art Of Productivity

9 Influencers Who Have Mastered Productivity

Each one of these individuals began their journey with the dream to influence the world through their thoughts, words, and actions. Today, these individuals have become a direct representation of what hard work and productivity can create. #9 Darren Rowse Darren Rowse is a blogger, speaker, and author. Darren initially started blogging on topics about…

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Six Chores That Will Turn Your Kids Into Successful Adults

Six Chores That Will Make Your Kids More Successful

If you’re a parent, you’ll know that the easiest way to start World War III is by suggesting that one of your kids do the washing up. However, no longer do you have to feel like you’re nagging when trying to get your kids to help with the chores: now you actually have the weight…

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3 Life Skills They Never Taught You In School

3 Life Skills They Never Taught In School

  How To Not Take Things So Personally The Problem: Somewhere in the human brain, there is a very selfish gene that takes over our thought process, causing us to assume that everything is about ourselves. For example, when you hear an opposing political view, you feel personally attacked, or when someone cuts you off…

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