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The Art of Getting Your Sh*t Together

Author: Lindsay & Jena

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How many times have you whispered “I seriously need to get it together” to yourself while you struggle through the same old same you did last week? Real is so rare these days, and maneuvering through life can be exhausting. The only way we can ever really begin to get our stuff together is by getting real with ourselves, owning our stories, and changing the tape. Whether it’s your job, your business, your relationships, or life in general, we’re here to help you identify what's holding you back and discover the courage to take action and create a life you love and enjoy.
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It can be hard enough working on getting your shit together, and even more challenging when your spouse or significant other is not on board. Or maybe they are on board, but are not having to "do the work" like you are.  We share common barriers, communication gaps and misconceptions that get in the way as well as the necessary steps to set you up for success.
What happens to our minds when we feel we have too little? How does the context of scarcity shape our choices and our behaviors? Scarcity is not just a physical limitation, it also affects our thinking and feeling. It orients the mind automatically and powerfully toward unfulfilled needs.In this episode, we discuss scarcity mindset, how it hurts us, how it helps us, the flipside (abundance), as well as how to overcome it altogether. Sources: Cathy Burke & Psychology Today
#88: Memos

#88: Memos

2020-05-2633:16

If you haven't figured out by now, we are obsessed with Glennon Doyle. In her newest book, Untamed, she introduces to the world a new perspective on how we acquire beliefs systems and habits in our life.  Memos.  Throughout our lives, we have been given and written a series of memos on how to act, what to say, how to look, what to believe in, what to dislike, when to  speak up, when to stay silent, how to parent, how to be a good child, how to be good spouse - the list is endless.  What if those memos were never intended to be for us at all? Although most memos are given to us with good intention- what if we went though our files of old memos and ditched the ones that do not accuratley represent the way you want to live your one precious life? What if you could write a more meaningful, relevant and impactful memo - one that created a rise in energy, life and purpose?  It is possible. Words matter. What memos are you writing yourself and others? To every human, it's time to write some new damn memos.
#87: And/both

#87: And/both

2020-05-1940:15

We are talking about Splitting aka: "all or nothing" or "black and white" or "dichotomous" thinking.  Dichotomous thinking keeps us from seeing the world as it often is: complex, nuanced, and full of all the shades in-between.  We discuss and share the following:  What this type of thinking sounds like  How it's harmful to relationships  Negatively affects the ability to learn  Can limit someone's career potential  Disrupt healthy eating habits  How to change the "all or nothing" thinking patter “Life is brutal. But it’s also beautiful. It’s brutiful. If you reject the brutal, you’re rejecting the beauty, too.” - Glennon Doyle 
Ultimately, every decision is our responsibility...but why are some decisions so damn hard to make?! Weighing out options and just thinking about having to choose can be time consuming and exhausting. In this episode we share 5 steps to help you gain decision confidence.  Enjoy! 
As our Nation reopens and we are introduced to what our "new normal" looks like - we here at TAGYST believe that it's more important than ever to get VERY clear about the new normal YOU want to create. We want you to begin imagining this before you start to see large companies and influencers tell you what you need to consume in order to feel like life are back to normal. The thing is, we bet you already know what that is, at least the majority of it. In the episode, we want to get real and personal about reflecting on how these last couple months have been and setting the intention for what your new normal will be. Check our the Article we reference here  Cheers to you! 
When life feels uncertain and out of control we may find ourselves floundering with stress, anxiety and negative emotions.  In these moments it is critical we bring the energy inward and focus on our emotional wellbeing so we can continue to show up as our best-self, for ourself.  Information source for this episode: National Geographic Your Emotions, The Science of How You Feel. Pg. 110-111.
There is always a point in our lives where we have to pause, reflect and pivot back to our purpose, passions and to self-love. To ensure this happens you must take care of the following: ·  Physical health ·  Emotional wellbeing ·  Mental health The reason why this can be a challenge for millions is because what or who we were taught or trained to be. And our culture has engrained in us to hustle and serve - the message to BE this, SAY that and DO more, leaves you in the dust. You have done enough and done it well. There is nothing more rewarding and important than self-love. It’s time to put yourself first.
Just like our brains, our emotions can be complex. And just like our brains, we need our emotions to survive. Yet, sometimes our brains and emotions may be tricking us or maybe we've digested some information about our emotions we believe is Truth but not true for you at all.  This week TAGYST delivers and breaks down 9 emotional myths. We also throw in some added ‘nerd’ info that will fill your brain with knowledge and even dispel some myths you've been believing all along.  Thank you to National Geographic and author Tula Karras. Our content was complied from National Geographic's special publication; Your Emotions, The Science of How You Feel. 
As we navigate the enormous amount of loss and uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, this week we're talking all about the grief and pain that many of us are experiencing and will continue to experience in the coming weeks. We want to encourage listers that they don't have to do or be anything right now but what's asked for in the present moment. While many people are feeling pressure to "getting things done" or "be productive" during their unexpected downtime, we just want to encourage everyone to do what makes them feel good right now. We are here for you. Come join us in our VIP Facebook Group and let us know how we can help you during this time. Additional resources mentioned in this podcast: David Kessler and Brene Brown on Grief and Finding Meaning
On today's episode we speak with Dr. Myers, a naturopathic physician located in Gilbert, AZ who specializes in patients (mostly women) experiencing hormone imbalance or other conditions that otherwise make one feel like total crap. We discuss hormone health, specifically women's hormones, and cover the following topics: Conventional (allopathic, MD) vs. Naturopathic (natural, ND) medicine What symptoms to look for if you suspect you have a hormone imbalance What to do if you suspect you have a hormone imbalance Lifestyle tips you can utilize right now that will help you heal your body You can find Dr. Myers on Instagram: @drkaitlynmyers You can find her husband Dr. Timmermans on Instagram: @regenerativeperformance Their clinic is called Regenerative Performance and it's located in Gilbert, AZ. Dr. Myers sees patients both locally and virtually. https://regenerativeperformance.com
If we are distracted how can we ever manage our time effectively?  Maybe we are looking at this all wrong, maybe it's not all about time management at all, maybe we need to relearn how to focus. In the episode, we talk about a newer perspective around distraction, what studies and experts are saying is a causing us to crave distraction more than ever, and how to fix it. 
We’re back with another Enneagram episode! Make sure you listen to Part 1 of this episode so you can get a brief introduction to the enneagram (what it is and why you should care), how it will make you a better human, and you're into to Types 1-4. In this episode, we pick up where we left off and discuss the motivations and characteristics of Types 5-9. If you'd like to take the enneagram test to find out which number you are, these are the ones we recommend! RHETI Test ($12) Ian Morgan Cron's Test ($60-$120) *We are not affiliated with either of the above links and do not make any money on referring you to these links. Head over the VIP Facebook Group and let us know your Enneagram number and how you plan to use this information to help you grow!
You may have heard the hype around the personality typing system called the Enneagram. Even if you haven't, you're going to fall in love with it after this! In this episode, we discuss: An introduction to the enneagram – what it is and why you should care. How the enneagram can make you a better spouse, parent, and leader. The characteristics and motivations of Types 1 – 4 If you'd like to take the enneagram test to find out which number you are, these are the ones we recommend! RHETI Test ($12) Ian Morgan Cron's Test ($60-$120) *We are not affiliated with either of the above links and do not make any money on referring you to these links. Head over the VIP Facebook Group and let us know your Enneagram number and how you plan to use this information to help you grow!
Ladies!  You’re going to want to jump to your feet to celebrate after this one! Jenny Schatzle doesn’t change bodies, she changes lives! She is a wellness and lifestyle guide who helps people feel good about themselves. Her platform is about changing the conversation on self-worth, body image and life perspective. She has created the hugely successful life-changing Jenny Schatzle Program. Her passion is empowering people to accept themselves, respect themselves and love themselves in every aspect of their lives. Through movement, media and online programs, she’s driving a new era of change with fitness, body image and self-worth. Jenny helps people change the conversation about who they are, what they can do and all they can be. Jenny's IG Page: @jennyschatzle Jenny's TEDx Talks:  The Only Opinion That Really Matters Rewiring How You Look At Yourself
#75: Disguised Growth

#75: Disguised Growth

2020-02-1821:59

Doesn’t it feel like sometimes we are just pushing through and overcoming obstacles but we just don’t feel like we are getting anywhere? Even when we feel like we’ve gained traction we feel like we are still going backwards? This can be devastating and wreak havoc on our mental wellness. The GOOD news - you may be getting further than you think. The problem, we just ASSUME growth should feel a certain way. When in reality, growth can be subtle. In this episode, we review what we all probably personal THINK growth should feel like and identify what it really looks and feels like so you can celebrate all your wins. Remember, no matter what stage or chapter you are in, you are amazing! xo! 
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Your time and energy are precious and yet we still find ourselves wasting our time away for various reasons. Some time-wasters are obvious and some...well, not so obvious. Some may be linked to deeper beliefs, fears, and uncertainties.  It's time to take your power back and clean it up your time. Remember, the more structure you have the more freedom you create - your time should not be set to "default".  Happy Scrubbing,  Lindsay and Jena 
We all want to hack the madness and chaos from our lives! Although we can't eliminate all our shit sandwiches we can create some new, fun and innovative ways to make the day to day not so mundane. Listen in on what our favorite life hacks our and some noteworthy hacks submitted by our listeners.  Enjoy! xo! 
Who doesn't want to feel like they made their week their bitch?!  We love that feeling and because of that, we break down 9 strategies you can implant today to create an ultra successful week. Yes, some of it is work but the reward is 3-4 times worth the effort. Trust us, these are things we have utilized and tweaked and now practice on the regular. Take what works for you and leave the rest but we challenge you to try them all. You may be surprised how a small shift can transform your productivity and momemtum.  xo!  Linds & Jena 
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