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Here’s How This Virginia Jeweler Copes with Good Times and Bad

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Don’t be afraid to enjoy the good times. Take and share credit where due, while at the same time, don’t beat yourself up, or worse, blame others for the tough times. Over the course of a career, it will all balance out. — Jon Walp, Long Jewelers, Virginia Beach, VA


This article originally appeared in the May 2018 edition of INSTORE.     

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