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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.

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Dec 30, 2019

My theme this week is: thoughts become reactions

Relationships are key to navigating life successfully so moments created over the holidays offer rich soil for fresh or expanded insights.

The learning is transferable throughout your life if you are open to it. Remember to exercise self compassion as you...


Dec 23, 2019

My theme this week is: internalizing experiences

With the holidays upon us, consider what you want from this special time. Is it about the impression the appearance of your celebration makes OR is it about living it fully and richly?

Today's tip: when we live for appearances, we limit the fullness of our life.  By fully...


Dec 16, 2019

My theme this week is: the wheel of our life.

Our life is not lived in a static environment. It is overwhelmingly dynamic. Continuously rolling along, in fact. 

We must fight the common bias that suggests what is today will always be the case. That bias can be distressing and misleading.

Today's tip: by living a fully...


Dec 9, 2019

My theme this week is: benefits of 1% gains

"Change does not roll in on the wheels of inevitability." - MLK reminds us, when saying this, that we need to work for change and be mindful of potential unintended consequences.

Today's tip: change and growth and progress are the goal and the means of achieving it may vary...


Dec 2, 2019

My theme this week is: Systems Fail Us

It's essential we consider what to do in response to these failures? Do we treat or banish the fish or do we change the water?

Today's tip: we must be vigilant with the culture - the culture in our family, organizations and communities. Individuals reflect the system in which they...