There’s a book called “Book Yourself Solid” by Michael Port. I read most of it.
Truth be told? I don’t want to book myself solid! I’m serious. Ha!
This week, I’m booked solid. There’s very little white space to be found on the calendar.
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The majority of this week is carved out for executive coaching clients, teaching classes at CoachInc, and personal foundation. (Getting my right ear unplugged and seeing a nutritionist.) Oh yeah, I’ll find a way to squeeze in four yoga classes.
On paper, this looks like a successful week.
The question on my mind today is: Continue reading
As we head into the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, who will you have to become, to give yourself the gift of forgiveness?
For your mental and physical well-being, forgive sooner rather than later. None of us know our expiration date.
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Recently, I had a conversation with a good friend regarding something someone did to him in the past. As I listened to them relive the experience, for the fourth or fifth time in my presence, I could feel the emotions gushing in, over, and through him: anger, frustration, regret, and sorrow to name a few.
My intuition told me anger was at the top of the list. Continue reading
I’ve been asked this question, hundreds of times. “Steve, how did you get into coaching?”
I could not stand being a sales executive anymore.
I dreaded the last six years of my 23 career.
Steve Borek, PCC, BCC, CUCG
Going through the motions. Walking around in a coma. Lifeless. Yup, it was that bad.
I was drifting. Like a branch floating down the river having the current taking me every which way.
Don’t’ get me wrong. I did well. Selling, handsomely, paid the light bill, but didn’t light me up.
The work became monotonous, boring, tedious, uneventful, predictable, etc. It was a yawner. Here’s a few examples why. Continue reading