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Rox is meeting 30 to 35 year-olds where YOU are and walking with YOU to where YOU want to be.

Hosted by Roxanne "Rox" Bartel, this podcast uses stories and tips to support your thinking and exploration to help you navigate your career and life.

Contact Rox for a complimentary exploratory conversation OR Join in on one of her ASK ROX RoundTables for a spirited conversation about YOUR career. 

Mar 23, 2020

Podcast theme:  Stories Matter

Podcast theme:  Stories Matter

The version of the story we tell our self and the interpretation we put on the facts through those stories has a huge impact on how we behave.


It helps to remember that the way we tell our self the story, in times like this as we fight #COVID19, is...


Mar 16, 2020

Podcast theme:  The Unexpected

We all feel out of control given the pandemic and how it is erupting around us and changing our life.
 
Rather than hoarding toilet paper or anything else, we must realize it is an emotional reaction to feeling uncertain and out of control. We can use logic and clear thinking to be a...


Mar 9, 2020

Podcast theme:  Learning Edge

Preparation is a key to success. A willingness to be at the learning edge is the best preparation.
 
If you want to get on that edge and prepare to leap forward successfully...walk with me to where you want to be.

Podcast tip: To get to where you want to be, stay on the edge, ready to...


Mar 2, 2020

Podcast theme: Performance under pressure

Performance under pressure is what ultimately counts. While some brag that this comes naturally, it DOES NOT. It is a capacity that must be nurtured and developed.
 
Your performance in both the short and long term depends on you developing the related skills. Walk with me to...


Feb 24, 2020

Podcast theme: Probability Thinking Shifted

Probability theory offers such a convenient and compelling structure for discussing beliefs about ambiguous and uncertain events, many scholars find it disturbing to think humans might have been rational enough to invent probability theory but not rational enough to use it in...