Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode

Hosted by Roxanne "Rox" Bartel, this podcast uses stories and reflection questions to support deeper thinking and exploration for listeners.

Rox walks with her clients, helping them contribute more and expand their influence, while enjoying the journey as they uncover patterns and habits that impede or inspire the future they seek. Her focus is on expanding awareness - self-awareness - and a deeper understanding of our impact in and on the world.

In 2021 she is focusing on resilience; why, how and what to do to expand it so we can make the most of the post-pandemic world we crave. 

Contact Rox for a complimentary exploratory conversation or examine her workshop on building the skills to be resilient. Links to connect are available in all show notes. 

Oct 22, 2018

This week's theme: Attention

What draws your attention? Are you taking note AND are you taking responsibility for it? Fix your eyes where you want to go. You'll find your way to get where you want to be is far clearer when you do. 

This week's Quick Tip: Start by taking note and developing awareness of what's drawing or capturing your eyes - now consciously direct your attention to what matters to you. It takes effort AND the key skill involved? #selfregulation

Next week's QT; the Hint:  what stories are you telling yourself and which one's carry your DNA?

Connect with me on LI - LINKEDIN PROFILE.

Find the Instagram story I mention in this episode - it will be posted on Wednesday.

Register for my upcoming Workshop - LINK 

Register for the FREE ASK ROX RoundTable LINK

Learn more on my WEBSITE:  (impactbank.ca)

  1. subscribe to my newsletter on the website and you'll receive an interactive exercise helping you take stock of your stress and feelings of overwhelm.
  2. read the related blog post where I expand on the theme of the week - it usually goes up on my site on the Wednesday of the same week.
  3. find a link in the latest blog post to my weekly newsletter.
  4. learn more about my services