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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. 

Feb 27, 2018

Your brain can either support you or sabotage you - your choice!

Today we explore 3 adaptations that helped people, as a species, survive. Yes there was a point in our history when it was in question and we needed to adapt or perish.

NOW, in today's world these same adaptations can sabotage you. Successful people, great...


Feb 19, 2018

A leader's success often comes down to how you work in the margins, on the edges. The edge is very nuanced and requires that you get comfortable holding thoughts that at first glance appear to conflict.

While I use a #MeToo type example in the episode, I will share a very different one here. As a leader I needed to...


Feb 12, 2018

One thing we are learning in the #MeToo movement is how easily we misunderstand each other. Behavior, both good and bad, comes out of a person's mindset, which comes out of an attitude and ultimately a set of beliefs.

If we are going to change the cultures that result in the worst of human behavior we need to be...


Feb 5, 2018

Women's stories of sexual harassment in the workplace has sparked so many conversations about how men and women engage and how, because we so often misunderstand each other, our engagements end up in conflict or bigger problems. "NO" means no, not "convince me"...in sexual conversations. And yet in many workplaces and...