32 minutes | Aug 25th 2020

54. Endings: Professional and Personal Mistakes To Avoid

Journalist and Pulitzer Prize Winner Ellen Goodman said, “There’s a trick to the ‘graceful exit.’ It begins with the vision to recognize when a job, a life stage, or a relationship is over–and let it go. It means leaving what’s over without denying its validity or its past importance to our lives. It involves a sense of future, a belief that every exit line is an entry, that we are moving up, rather than out.”   

Today we talked about endings.  This may seem like an odd topic, but we find that endings are so often overlooked and so often handled poorly.  The ending of one thing often leaves us with a sense of regret or guilt, so that starting the next thing is not smooth.   

Tune in to this podcast and spend a little time thinking about good endings and bad endings and why good endings are important and usually achievable.   

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