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121. Should You Call People Out in Your Industry?
Episode 12122nd May 2023 • On Your Terms® | Legal Tips Meets Marketing Strategies for Online Business • Sam Vander Wielen
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Today we’re going to talk about Kenny G., “real jazz,” and how that relates to business. We’ll explore powerful lessons for entrepreneurs about authenticity, value, and standing out in a crowded market. Let’s dive in!

In this episode, you’ll hear…

  • What a feud between two jazz musicians has to do with your business
  • Finding what makes your business unique
  • Getting back what you put out into the world

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Hey, and welcome back to On Your Terms. I'm your host, Sam Vander Wielen. I'm so grateful that you're here. And today, we're talking about Kenny G. I mean, like, what could be better than that? And somehow I'm going to relate this to business because, you know me, if you listen to any of my stuff, I could literally relate, I think, anything to business. My friend, Michelle, tells me I'm the queen of analogies, metaphors. So, welcome to On Your Terms. In case we haven't met already, I'm an attorney turned entrepreneur, and I help online business owners legally protect and grow their online businesses using my DIY legal templates and my best selling Ultimate Bundle Program. And here on the show each week, I bring you fresh legal tips and business building advice. I focus a lot on evergreen marketing. I post new episodes every single Monday and Thursday. So, I am so glad you're here.