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When Business Has Me Down

There are usually three reasons why

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As the song goes in the musical South Pacific, “I am a cockeyed optimist.” Said another way, my daughter calls me a “positivity washer.” I can usually find the sunny side, the silver lining, the rainbow at the end of the storm for very difficult moments. I might be the human incarnation of “positive spin.” It’s just how I am built.

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Jill Ebstein

Jill Ebstein

I’m a Curious George who loves wide lanes and the power of positive thinking. Humor, business, family/dogs, fiction (Alfred’s Journey 2023) www.jillebstein.com

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