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In a world of black, blue, gray, and brown suits, one man stands out in a bright yellow tuxedo. His voice, his message, rises above the noisy crowd. People stop. They pay attention. Is your message being heard? How are you standing out in a crowded room? Jesse Cole is the Yellow Tux Guy. With a closet full of yellow tuxedos, Jesse uses this as a way to make his business stand out. In this episode, Jesse joins Adam to discuss creating a business with customers who are more than purchasers of a product or service. You will discover: How to find your yellow tux; What it means to have a 'fans first' approach to business; What it takes to stand out in a noisy world and incite energy and enthusiasm that will be the envy of any rival; How being your unique self can open doors of opportunity, joy, and fulfillment that others miss; And so much more. Are you ready to find your own yellow tux? Don't miss this episode!
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