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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. 

Oct 28, 2019

My theme this week is: Finding the Lesson

The ease with which we can shift situations into lessons determines just how generative we will be. It requires practice.

Receiving feedback is one of the richest opportunities to apply this skill. We tend to refuse to hear the lesson because of the feelings of threat that...


Oct 21, 2019

This week's theme: strength is power through self-regulation

Lao Tsu reminded us that "mastering others may be strength, but mastering yourself is true power".
 
Perhaps mastering power to accomplish anything of value is available through effective deployment of strengths with the skills of self regulation.
 
Resisting...


Oct 14, 2019

This week's theme: change-back reaction

When a need or desire for change is really clear but the desired state is unclear, Newton's 3rd law of motion is more difficult to navigate.

Learn how to adapt through the process of change to land ultimately in a place you desire to be, even if it is a bit different than you...


Oct 7, 2019

This week's theme: meaningful change

Are we more motivated to change by a deep pain point or a highly desired outcome?

Baumeister's research demonstrates that everything we do is motivated by our need to belong. So which is more powerful, the threat of not belonging or the need to deeply connect with others?

Perhaps...