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The Taylor Discipline Podcast is all about helping you to gain mental mastery through daily self-composure. We share stories, frameworks, insights, tactics and strategies necessary to increase your resilience.

The Taylor Discipline Podcast The Taylor Discipline Podcast

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The Taylor Discipline Podcast is all about helping you to gain mental mastery through daily self-composure. We share stories, frameworks, insights, tactics and strategies necessary to increase your resilience.

    Easily OVERCOME Your STRESS & ANXIETY By Removing This 1 Thing | Taylor Discipline Podcast #225

    Easily OVERCOME Your STRESS & ANXIETY By Removing This 1 Thing | Taylor Discipline Podcast #225

    In this podcast: the constant state of anxiety and stress that you have become familiar with is unnatural. Learn a powerful lifestyle framework that can help you to protect your psychology & physiology from the demands and inevitable hardships life presents.

    CONTENT TO REF:
    Social Media Addiction & Your Mental Demise | Podcast #223
    https://soundcloud.com/taylor-discipline/podcast-223
    9 MIN

    "The more you learn about the what and the why, the easier and more effective the how becomes."
    - Joe Dispenza

    • 8 min
    How You Are Increasing Your Potential for Failure | The Taylor Discipline Podcast #224

    How You Are Increasing Your Potential for Failure | The Taylor Discipline Podcast #224

    In this podcast: how this one common tendency prevents you from accomplishing your goals and how you can get rid of it.

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    Mastering The Mundane / Cure Boredom | Podcast # 217
    https://soundcloud.com/taylor-discipline/podcast-217
    8 min

    "The glory is not in starting something new, as much as it is in making what you've already started work."
    - Alexa Taylor

    • 9 min
    Social Media Addiction & Your Mental Demise | The Taylor Discipline Podcast #223

    Social Media Addiction & Your Mental Demise | The Taylor Discipline Podcast #223

    In this podcast: how you can stop letting social media use you, but instead, create fixed rules and routines around it. Attention must always be directed and budgeted. Rules and timing things matters. Do not rely on your biology—it cannot be relied on. Discoveries in neuroscience have shown that you get pleasure from potentiality and not actuality. Social media companies know this, and they construct their platforms in a way that encourages compulsive behavior. Potentiality in social media show up as likes, comments, notifications, live streams, etc. Make sure you have rules around when and how long you use it. Extend that practice to any and all areas of your life that are susceptible to abuse.

    PODCAST REFERENCED:
    How Setting Parameters Will Reduce Your Stress | Podcast #221
    https://soundcloud.com/taylor-discipline/podcast-221
    6 MIN

    “Resisting temptation and instilling self-control are general human goals, and repeatedly failing to achieve them is a source of much of our misery.”
    ― Dan Ariely

    • 9 min
    You Get Paid Twice For Doing The Work...?? | The Taylor Discipline Podcast #222

    You Get Paid Twice For Doing The Work...?? | The Taylor Discipline Podcast #222

    In this podcast: I discuss a quote I heard the other day, and why I think its incredibly powerful. The quote was: "You Get Paid Twice For Doing The Work" What do you think about when you hear that? I think this quote can increase confidence and enthusiasm on your goal pursuit.

    MORE PODCASTS ON MINDSET:
    http://www.taylordiscipline.com/mindset

    "The attitude must precede the accomplishment."
    - Earl Nightingale

    • 6 min
    How Setting Parameters Will Reduce Your Stress | The Taylor Discipline Podcast #221

    How Setting Parameters Will Reduce Your Stress | The Taylor Discipline Podcast #221

    In this podcast: Parameters are measurable factors that define the conditions under which a thing operates.The power of having parameters set on your behavior is incredible. There is a common misconception that rules and boundaries are a bad thing; according to psychology, that's completely false...Rules (i.e. parameters) provide more freedom and certainty. It is certainty that tends to bring joy to life. I explain further in today's podcast.

    MORE PODCASTS ON PRODUCTIVITY:
    www.taylordiscipline.com/category/productivity

    "Freedom is adherence to self formulated rules."
    - Aristotle

    • 6 min
    Beware of People Who Are Willing To Sacrifice Their Dignity For You | Taylor Discipline Podcast #220

    Beware of People Who Are Willing To Sacrifice Their Dignity For You | Taylor Discipline Podcast #220

    In this podcast: why you should avoid people who are overly willing to sacrifice themselves for you in your relationship.

    MORE PODCASTS ON RELATIONSHIPS @ link = http://www.ichooseselfdiscipline.com/category/audio-posts/

    “It is not inequality which is the real misfortune, it is dependence.” ― Voltaire

    • 6 min

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