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Perfectionism is self-destructive simply because there is no such thing as perfect. Yet, striving to obtaining a level of perfectionism is enticing if not addictive because when we invariably do experience shame, judgment, and blame and we often believe it's because we weren't perfect enough, so we try harder and harder... In this week's episode, we share:  What perfectionism is and how it shows up The myths around perfectionism Understanding the difference between healthy striving and perfectionism 3 steps to start overcoming perfectionism  Notable mentions from the show: Brene Brown's The Gifts of Imperfection Generation Wealth on Netflix  Tucker Budzyn The Golden Retriever  Danae Mercer  Dr. Kristin Neff Self Compassion Assessment 
We think it’s important to unpack shame because #1: It's an emotion we all feel.  #2 We don’t like to talk about it.  According to most research, confronting your shame story and sharing your truth it is one of the best ways to release shame and all it holds you back from. The material for today’s episode is sourced from Brene Brown’s book, The Gifts of Imperfection. She herself is a shame researcher and all her references and sources within this book to back up her message. And listen up, because it’s a powerful one. Just this year Brene released an updated 10-year Anniversary Edition of the book with updated topics and segments that reflect her deeper research into living a whole hearted life and not always hustling to prove your worthiness. Topics we discuss: · What shame is · How to start building your Shame Resilience – in other words, being able to move forward even in the amidst of shame. · The difference between shame and guilt · Why sharing your story and being authentic to who you are matters when it comes to healing and becoming shame resilient · A four-question tool to kick start your shame resilience Notables from this episode:  The Gifts of Imperfection by Brene Brown Open Book by Jessica Simpson 
This week we have your favorite, the TAGYST "Resident Hype Girl", Jenny Schatzle back with us. This episode is PACKED with juicy nuggets surrounding relationships, communication, taking time for yourself as a parent, asking for what you need, boundaries and some amazing tips for elevating your stressful holiday season and starting your own traditions. Jenny also shares her powerful tool that can help breakdown barriers in relationships so you both can get more of what you need in order to thrive.  If you haven't already be sure to pick up Jenny's book Breaking The Cycle and follow her on IG @jennyschatzle Of course follow us in IG @tagyst_podcast  Notable mentions from the episode:  The 5 Love Languages Test 
Is it possible we are attached or even addicted to our problems? Might sound crazy because, who really loves having problems?! However, you may be surprised how our problems fulfill certain needs we all need for our survival as humans. In this episode we also share an unpack 4 steps to help release some of that "problematic baggage" we tend to haul around with us. 
We share some of our favorite things from 2021, most of which are worth while investments for yourself and gift items for this holiday season. Below is a list of what we shared on the episode. For the full list of our favorite things from this year go to tagyst.com Cushion Lab Seat & Lumbar Cushions Olive & June Infinity Neck Pillow  Beis Travel Luggage & Accessories Oura Ring Insta Cart Olaplex Hair Systems True & Co. Bras Humming bird houses  Red Light Therapy IV Therapies - Consult a trusted medical professional
What is happening to today's workforce? Where did all the workers go? Some think people have just gotten use to government aid and have become lazy, but we think otherwise. In this episode we dispel laziness, discuss this years' coined phrase "the great resignation", what may be actually causing people to leave or not return to their jobs and healing from the hustle.  IG:tagyst_podcast  TAGYST.com
Notables from Sarah's Interview:  Connect or work with Sarah  Learn what Enneagram type you are HERE  The 9 Types of Leadership: Mastering the Art of People in the 21st Century Workplace, By Beatrice Chestnut, PhD If you are wanting to work with a coach that specializes in another area than Sarah, go to ICF - Find A Coach. We also suggest finding a coach recommendation from someone who know or asking another coach (like Sarah) for a recommendation. Follow us on IG @TAGYST_Podcast
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Part 2 of out juicy interview with Jenny. We are talking body image, boundaries, sobriety and people pleasing. We are so grateful Jenny, her message and her bravery to set the example of what it means to show up authentically in today's world. Follow her on IG @jennyschatzle Get your copy of Jenny's book, Breaking The Cycle  www.tagyst.com IG:@tagyst_podcast
Body image, boundaries, sobriety, people pleasing...we discuss it all in this two-part, high-energy series with the inspiring Jenny Schatzle. We are so grateful her, her message and her bravery in setting the example of what it means to show up authentically in today's world.  Follow her on IG @jennyschatzle Get your copy of Jenny's book, Breaking The Cycle  www.tagyst.com IG:@tagyst_podcast
Jennifer Sanders aka: Zen Jen, is taking us to deeper into our spirituality, mindfulness and holistic healing. Jennifer feeds our souls with her knowledge and passion for her work in transforming the consciousness and quality of life for her clients. In this episode you will learn Jen's practical and reliable strategy for self-processing emotion that works every time you are feel challenged with hard emotions or feel anxious.  Jennifer is a Master Polarity and Integrative Cranial Sacral Unwinding instructor, Registered Polarity Educator, Registered Polarity Practitioner, and holds a degree in Mind/Body Transformational Psychology.  She trains and mentors teachers and practitioners from all over the world in the application and studies of the Healing Arts. In her private practice she specializes in Polarity Therapy, ICSU, Life Coaching, Sound Healing and Aromatherapy to facilitate potent and transformative healing for clients from all walks of life and backgrounds. How to find or work with Jennifer: jmsheals@gmail.com (email to book your session) www.jennifersanders.net www.facebook.com/jennifer.sanders.3557 www.lifeenergyinstitute.net/distance-healing-academy/ www.swiha.edu ---------------------------------------- Notables from the show: Earthing: The Most Important Health Discovery Ever! Grounding Mat  --------------------------------------- IG:Tagyst_Podcast  www.tagyst.com
Breast implant illness is very real and we're talking about it on the podcast. Nadine Dunning was kind enough to share her story, as Jena prepares for her own explant coming up on 9/22/21.  If you have breast implants, or are thinking about getting them, we encourage you to listen with an open mind and heart. If this story and others like it help at lease one person on their journey, it'll be worth it.  As always you may reach out to us for support or questions anytime.  IG: TAGYST_Podcast  www.tagyst.com 
If you've recently made a change in your life, thinking of making a big change, have a lot of stress or just curious if you are on the right path...Then this is the episode for you!  Jen Stone is the Founder and Owner of Feng Shui by Jen®, providing comprehensive Classical Feng Shui consulting services for both residences and commercial spaces, BaZi readings and Feng Shui Practitioners Training.  In our interview with Jen we discuss the benefits of Feng Shui, WHO benefits the most and of course her mastery skills in BaZi. Jen is a light in this world. You're immediately drawn to her positive and dynamic energy and you trust and appreciate her revering honest, no-nonsense approach. Put simply, Jen will always make your day!  Feng Shui by Jen  Book your BaZi session with Jen The First Guidebook for Feng Shui Enthusiasts 
First, if you haven't listened to Part 1, go back, listen and we will see you back here.  In part 2 we talk more in depth about Lindsay's new journey to sobriety and how long it took her to get there. We also discuss mommy wine culture as it is today, the perceptions of advertising and social media.  We always feel it is important to share our stories about our struggles and the lessons and triumphs from those struggles. This conversation in particular starts a new conversation on how our culture continues not only normalized but glamorized an addictive substance. If you are someone on the precipice of wanting to reduce or cut alcohol our of your life. This is episode may supply you with takeaways that resonate with where you are at and where you want to go. Take what you need and leave the rest. But know, if this is you, you are not alone. If you feel this topic may be a trigger for you, we understand. Please tune back in a couple weeks where we have some new topics and interviews to share. Disclaimer: we are not doctors and do not promote or endorse any specific diagnosis or treatment plan. Please always seek out the advice from your trusted medical professional.  Detoxing and withdraw from an advanced drinking state can be deadly – it is not to be taken lightly. Notable mentions from the episode: This Naked Mind | Control Alcohol by Annie Grace Quit Like A Women | The Radical Choice To Not Drink In A Culture Obsessed With Alcohol by Holly Whitaker Alcoholics Anonymous  Recovery Happy Hour Podcast  Recovery Elevator IG:tagyst_podcast www.tagyst.com
In this episode Lindsay talks about her relationship with alcohol, the back and forth she had for years and finally being able to put it down.  We feel it is important to share our stories about our struggles and the lessons and triumphs from those struggles. This conversation in particular starts a new conversation on how our culture continues to normalized and glamorized an addictive substance.   If you are someone on the precipice of wanting to reduce or cut alcohol out of your life. This is episode may supply you with takeaways that resonate with where you are and where you want to go. Take what you need and leave the rest. But know, if this is you, you are not alone.   If you feel this topic may be a trigger for you, we understand. Please tune back in a couple weeks where we have some new topics and interviews to share.  Disclaimer: we are not doctors and do not promote or endorse any specific diagnosis or treatment plan. Please always seek out the advice from your trusted medical professional.  Detoxing and withdraw from an advanced drinking state can be deadly – it is not to be taken lightly. Notable mentions from the episode: Quit Like A Women | The Radical Choice To Not Drink In A Culture Obsessed With Alcohol by Holly Whitaker Alcoholics Anonymous  Recovery Happy Hour Podcast  IG: Tagyst_podcast, www.Tagyst.com
Trust your gut. Listen to your intuition. Glennon Doyle calls it her “knowing.” In this episode, we talk all about self-trust and how repeatedly betraying yourself keeps you from achieving your goals and creating the life you want. If you want to learn how stop letting yourself down and start to keep the promises you make to yourself, this episode is for you. We talk about: • Signs you might have chronic problem with self-betrayal • Why we don't trust ourselves in the first place • How we can learn to trust ourselves • Sign we're actually doing the work and learning self-trust Sources: https://chopra.com/articles/how-to-cultivate-self-trust The Gifts of Imperfection by Bréne Brown How to Do the Work by Nicole LePera How to Keep a Promise to Yourself Signs You're Starting to Trust Yourself Nicole LePera Instagram: @the.holistic.psychologist IG: @tagyst_podcast www.tagyst.com
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Do you wish you had more confidence? Do you sometimes look at other people and wish you were as confident and self-assured? We get it because we have been there too! We have 6 strategies (and some fun bonuses) just for you to help you improve your self-confidence.  Keep in mind that it is a process and it can’t be built overnight, the more you practice those steps the better your end result will be. Notable mentions from this episode: How to Do the Work: Recognize Your Patterns, Heal from Your Past, and Create Your Self by Nicole LePera Future Self Journal Tony Robbins Power Move
We talk all things boobs, implants, explants, implant illness and our personal experiences as women with breast implants.
Do not miss this empowering interview with self-defense expert Tiffany Armstrong. We are not kidding when we say this could literally save your life. Tiffany share everything in the episode! From how to stay off an attacker's radar, identify an attacker, de-escalation strategies and Tiffany's newest endeavor to give back to victims of trafficking and domestic violence. This interview was a true honor and we know this will be one you want to share with all the women in your life.  Learn more about Tiffany's mission and enroll in her courses at: https://www.tiffanyarmstrong.net  You can also connect on IG @tiffany_d_armstrong
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