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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. 

Jan 20, 2020

Podcast theme: Unstuck in Practice

Possibilities are realized only when something moves. By saying yes to movement in the story I share today, I dove into one of the most fruitful experiments of my career. The most important ingredient is the ability to see beyond a box you're in.

Podcast tip:  being stuck...


Jan 13, 2020

My theme this week is: identity in contrast

Facing the contradictory nature of our identity is powerful, offering enormous benefits. When we accept that we behave differently in different circumstances, we realize how these parts of us are always available. Furthermore, by shifting our approach in one area we may be...


Jan 6, 2020

My theme this week is: define yourself

Identity is our foundation. We may not choose our identity, but we choose the degree to which we discover its nuances and whether to develop the insights to grow in a healthy manner.

Podcast tip: being true to our self, choosing our identity and defining who we are for our self, is...


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...