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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. 

Apr 26, 2021

When adversity is big and dramatic our response will match it. When it takes the form of a slow but constant drone, it can have an equally traumatic impact but is often left to fester.

2021 theme: resilience
April topic: adversity
Weekly Focus: the constant drone...the accumulative effect 
This week's question for...

Apr 19, 2021

Calculating risk is really difficult. Not because it can't be measured but because humans are irrational at heart.

2021 theme: resilience
April topic: adversity
Weekly Focus: the risks in adversity
This week's question for reflection:  how have I reacted in the past to potential risks associated with adverse events...

Apr 12, 2021

We may first see the drama in every adverse event, however, the sooner we move beyond the drama the more clearly we see the lessons.

2021 theme: resilience
April topic: adversity
Weekly Focus: adversities' drama
This week's question for reflection: what is the drama, that I associate with my current adversity, that...

Apr 5, 2021

The way we process an adverse event, over time, becomes habitual. Is it time to reflect on the approach you are using?

2021 theme: resilience
April topic: adversity
Weekly Focus: processing adverse events
This week's question for reflection: what if the way I typically process adversity determines how I turn it to...