Being present in the moment is something we talk a ton about here on the show. It seems there’s too many men letting life pass them by because they just aren’t engaged in life.
My guest today, Jon Vroman, joins me to talk about how to find your ‘why’, how to overcome your fear when pursuing it, finding people to join you on your journey, and how you can live life on the front row.
“My greatest love is experiences with people.” Tweet That— Jon Vroman
Jon Vroman is first, a husband and father of two boys and a social entrepreneur who helps people live life in the front row.
He has a passoin for speaking, coaching, running live events, and hosting his own podcast, The Front Row Factor.
Jon is also the author of The Front Row Factor: Crush Your Fear, Create Epic Moments & Celebrate Now…Before It’s Too Late!
In 2005, he co-founded Front Row Foundation to help create life-changing experiences for people in need.
He has run 3 ultra-marathons, (I think it’s because he’s a little crazy) but mostly he does it to raise money for charity.
He loves travelling, he’s additcted to learning, and he has a passion to help people live fully alive.
“A day of pain is worth a lifetime of pride.” Tweet That— Jon Vroman
Show Highlights and What You’ll Learn
- What it means to “Live Life on the Front Row”
- How to start a foundation from a passion
- Two questions to ask when searching for your ‘why’
- How to overcome your fear when pursuing an interest
- How to find people people who will help you on your journey
- How to solicit feedback from those closest to you
“When your ‘why’ has real heart, your ‘how’ always gets legs.” Tweet That— Jon Vroman
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“If you want to know what peolple value, look at their calendar.” Tweet That— Jon Vroman