#175 Terry Hershey: On “Serial Quitting”

December 29, 2020 by Charlie Hedges − 0 Comments

Show Notes 

So Paul. We are recording the last episode of the year today.

To do so, I want to have a chat with our friend Terry Hershey to talk about beginnings and endings. We will talk about TS Elliot and his poetry in the Four Quartets, especially the second poem, East Coker. Where he writes, “In my beginning is my end.”

The search for today will be about knowing when to quit or when to “hang in for the next stage.”

Now “quitting” is such a loaded concept in the American lexicon.

Let’s see what Terry Hershey has to say about quitting and how it may relate to new beginnings and endings.

Visit Terry at www.terryhershey.com .

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