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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. 

Aug 28, 2017

Sticks and Stones may hurt but names/words will leave a mark.

What you call yourself is critical to how you see yourself and will seriously impact your performance.

The words you use to refer to or speak with people in your office (or in your life) will seriously impact your relationships and everyone's performance.

No...


Aug 21, 2017

 The tip this week: to reboot yourself frequently.

  1. one hour a day (minimum)
  2. two weeks (in a row) per year
  3. three days (in a row) every month

No corresponding post this week but check out my website and past blog posts.

Learn a bit about the new on-line course I'm developing for late 2017 called it takes Grit.

Connect...


Aug 14, 2017

Stephen Covey included "Sharpen Your Saw" as one of the 7 skills of highly effective people and I would add that questions are one of your most powerful tools so sharpening them will serve you very well.

 

No corresponding post this week but check out my website and past blog posts.

Learn a bit about the new on-line...


Aug 7, 2017

Emotion moves us all and it will serve you as a leader to learn how to navigate your own and others.

While I focus on the emotion of anger most in today's tip, of course, while anger is a catalyst for change, you may want to look much more broadly at emotion. I may write a post this week to cover this more...