61: Why it Doesn’t Matter What People Think of You with Jon Vroman
My guest today lives life in the Front Row.
In fact his mission is to share his front row experience with as many people as time permits.
He has raised over $1,000,000 for his charity “The Front Row Foundation” which helps children and adults with life-threatening illnesses have a front row experience at the concert or sporting event of their dreams.
Life’s too short to live in the backseat and it’s people like Jon Vroman that inspire others who are afraid to stand up tall and go from a spectator of life to a contributor of life.
We don’t always choose our seat in life, but we can always choose to have a front row experience.
Jon Vroman is an award-winning motivational speaker, author, philanthropist, personal coach, ultra-marathon runner, Entrepreneur, Front Row Usherer and podcast host …
But most importantly he is a father to 2 boys Tiger and Ocean and husband to a lucky lady named Tatyana
What you will learn:
Why it doesn’t matter what people think of you
How to go from feeling small to standing tall
How to find your purpose in life
The science behind overcoming fears
How to become a contributor to others
The power of asking the right questions
… and MUCH MORE
Jon was born in Japan
Jon looked like a 9 year old when he was 15
Jon raised a Million Dollars for his charity
Jon explains how he gets police officers to hug each other