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Our Unspoken Truths

An Introduction to Radical Self-Inquiry for Leaders

As leaders, we are called to use the gifts of inquiry to see which dragons we may be running from and which princesses we may be running towards. The process of radical self-inquiry into one’s own leadership journey is supported by standing still and taking the time to ask oneself open, honest questions about the rules we carry. The following series of questions are designed to prompt your own inquiry.

1. What am I not saying that needs to be said?

  • What have I not been saying, recently, in the last few years, in all my life, that needs to be said?

2. What am I saying that’s not being heard?

  • Consider the ways the unsorted baggage of your life has kept you from not only speaking but being heard.

3. What’s being said that I’m not hearing?

  • What is it that the people that I love, the people I work with, the people who populate the stories of my life are saying that I just can't bear to hear?

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Jerry Colonna

Author of Reboot: Leadership and the Art of Growing Up
Jerry is a coach, writer, and speaker who focuses on leadership, business, and the practice of radical self-inquiry. He is the Co-founder and CEO of Reboot.io, a company born from the rallying cry that work does not have to destroy us. Work can be the way in which we achieve our fullest self.

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