Author Archive for: Jon Vroman
Jon Vroman’s purpose in life is to help others "Live Life In The Front Row™," both through his charitable organization, The Front Row Foundation and through his speaking and coaching.
In 2005, Jon established The Front Row Foundation, which provides children and adults who have life threatening illnesses the rare opportunity to see the concert, sporting event or live performance of their dreams from the front row. www.frontrowfoundation.org.
When he’s not serving as the Executive Director of the Front Row, Jon is busy serving others as one of the leading coaches and speakers on the topics of personal development, leadership strategies, communication skills and relationship building. Learn more by visiting MyFrontRowLife.com.
Jon lives happily in Virginia Beach with his wife and son. He’s a family guy who you’ll often catch running the beaches as the sun comes up.
If you ask Jon’s friends and clients and they’ll likely say, "He’s an all-around nice guy who wants to leave the world a better place."
Book Jon today by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 856-448-4769.
For more information, please visit MyFrontRowLife.com.
Entries by Jon Vroman
Be a strategic architect for the environment of your life; nothing will impact your life more than the information you consume and people you associate with. Relationships are THE key to happiness; choose your friends carefully. Find peace in forgiveness; both in yourself and others Learn to express compassion while holding yourself and others to high standards Ask yourself and others quality questions and listen intently Having extraordinary relationships is more often about becoming the right person than finding the right person Learn how to meet other people’s needs without neglecting your own needs Do not shrink yourself in order… Read more.
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