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Reboot

Leadership and the Art of Growing Up
Auteur(s): Jerry Colonna
Narrateur(s): Jerry Colonna
Durée: 7 h et 34 min
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One of the start-up world’s most in-demand executive coaches - hailed as the “CEO Whisperer” (Gimlet Media) - reveals why radical self-inquiry is critical to professional success and healthy relationships in all realms of life.

Jerry Colonna helps start-up CEOs make peace with their demons, the psychological habits and behavioral patterns that have helped them to succeed - molding them into highly accomplished individuals - yet have been detrimental to their relationships and ultimate well-being. Now, this venture capitalist turned executive coach shares his unusual yet highly effective blend of Buddhism, Jungian therapy, and entrepreneurial straight talk to help leaders overcome their own psychological traumas. Reboot is a journey of radical self-inquiry, helping you to reset your life by sorting through the emotional baggage that is holding you back professionally and, even more important, in your relationships.

Jerry has taught CEOs and their top teams to realize their potential by using the raw material of their lives to find meaning, to build healthy interpersonal bonds, and to become more compassionate and bold leaders. In Reboot, he inspires everyone to hold themselves responsible for their choices and for the possibility of truly achieving their dreams.

Work does not have to destroy us. Work can be the way in which we achieve our fullest self, Jerry firmly believes. What we need, sometimes, is a chance to reset our goals and to reconnect with our deepest selves and with each other. Reboot moves and empowers us to begin this journey. 

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©2019 Jerry Colonna (P)2019 HarperAudio

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  • Barrett
  • 2019-07-05

An empathetic and vulnerable look at leadership

Jerry Colonna’s work is a gift to anyone looking to become a more thoughtful, wholesome leader. He challenges us to understand our past so that we can move forward with a new story.

You won’t get a tactical roadmap to becoming a leader in 90 days or less. Instead, you’ll get something more meaningful, more nuanced. Something a bit more like leadership itself.

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  • EK
  • 2019-07-24

This book cracked me wide open

As a former HR director and Director of a Nonprofit I recommend this book to all those looking to grow in their leadership and self. As the now CEO of only me I recommend this book to all who are looking to open their heart and get on the pathless path they were meant for. I can’t recommend this one enough. I will be listening to it again.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2019-07-10

Just not my thing....

Jerry Colonna is obviously a well accomplished VC entrepreneur/Coach but this just isn't my style. The whole answer a question with a question thing is a bit of a cop out. "Great humans make great leaders" doesn't seem to be that big of a revelation to me.

I'm probably being a bit too hard on the book. I was very excited to read/listen and it's just kind of left me feeling "meh". I know our childhood plays a much larger role in our development than most people probably believe, but he seems to spend an inordinate amount of time on it. A tree he climbed when he was 10 was chopped down and he's still crying about it 40 years later?!?!?!?! However, I'm kind of an a-hole. I'll re-listen in a few months and give it another chance.

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  • TJ
  • 2019-08-08

A Must Listen...

If you’re a startup founder or ambitious person do yourself a favor and get this book now. Ambition can be a heavy load to carry and Jerry’s love, generosity and experience can help lighten your load. This book has helped me think more deeply about my life and uncover the obstacles I’ve placed in my way. There are tons of self-help books out there and I hesitate to call this one bc it’s not filled with false directions of how to live your life. Instead, it gives you questions and a helpful way to think about your life so you can discover YOUR OWN PATH. I’d also highly recommend his podcast Reboot.

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  • Chris Beebe
  • 2019-07-24

Jerry Colona at his Finest

I've sometimes struggled with Jerry's podcasts, but he (we?) seemed to have grown up a lot in this book. Weaving his past and present with those of his clients to resolve and restore real-world breakdowns makes this book unforgettable. No theory, no BS. If you don't break and weep at some point, listen again.

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  • Anthony
  • 2019-07-21

The heart of the matter ...

I've written 2 maybe 3 reviews in the past - I'm moved to do so again with Reboot!

As a startup CEO I've read (listened to) countless books on leadership, startup strategies, funding, etc., pretty much everything related to launching a successful tech startup. While they each had their value, I may have just found the most value in Reboot. While tactics & strategy are important, understanding our inner workings; those belief systems that drive (and often hinder) us are more important - a brain full of tactics doesn't stand a chance against an inner belief that we're not worthy or enough.

Thanks for spelling it out @jerrycolonna - very much appreciated!

Anthony at CarDana dot co

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  • KDW
  • 2019-07-05

Most important book of my adult life

When listening substitute self for leader and self for business. It will change you, help you be your best self. Amazing.

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  • Ellie Marshall
  • 2019-06-25

do not waste your time terrible book

I thought this was going to be a business book about leadership and it turns out to be the author's story of himself growing up. Yes he has some inner moments but nothing to really learn here. plus he whispers through the entire book which makes it equally annoying

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  • Jacob Pollock
  • 2019-08-06

More like a biography than leadership self help

he spends a lot of time talking about his personal journey and examples of how he's helped people and not much time talking about doing the thing he does. I guess that makes sense. if he takes about the thing he does he might not be able to sell that anymore.

there are occasional question prompts, but they don't get much time or explanation.

if you really want to hear about how this guy cries a lot, and then figure out in your own how maybe some of the stuff he talks about could be interpreted, rearranged, and changed to apply it to your life, then this is a great book.

if you were hoping for a book that leads (guides, points in a general direction even if it's not specific) you down any kind of vague or generic path of self discovery, this is not the book for you. it's kind of like watching someone build a birdhouse but not explaining anything they are doing our what tools they are using, then hoping you can figure out how to build a birdhouse of your own. obviously this kind of work that he's doing isn't as step by step as a birdhouse, but it's almost like he's not even trying to help.

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  • prant
  • 2019-07-09

Absolutely terrible

Please spare yourself this piece of garbage. The nonsense he preaches is mind boggling. The author should ask himself if he truly is in a position to give advice to people. He preaches but he himself is ignorant.

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