23 Jul Jon Vroman | Breaking Free from Small Thinking
Front Row Foundation’s Jon Vroman gives you tips for how to think big, to take charge of your life and accomplish your dreams, on this episode of the DREAM. THINK. DO. podcast
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Do you have a great idea, but feel like you don’t have what it takes to accomplish it? Like you don’t know the right people, don’t have the right family name, or maybe even don’t have the right number in your bank account?
If so …your big dreams are being crippled by that small thinking.
It’s time to change those thoughts! But how do you do it?
That’s what this week’s DREAM.THINK.DO. episode is all about.
This week, I talk to Jon Vroman.
Jon Vroman used to live small, literally. In 10th grade he was 4’10” and weighed just 85 pounds. To put that in perspective, by the time he was driving to school there were 9 year olds who were taller than him… And it didn’t stop there, because he was living his life based on small thinking, until an experience at a Jason Mraz concert changed everything.
Jon shares his story of how this experience led to the development of the incredible Front Row Foundation, which gives seriously ill children and adults the chance to have amazing experiences in the front row of their dream event. Whether it’s a concert, a Broadway play or a NASCAR race!
During our conversation, Jon offers you tips for how to think big, to take charge of your life and accomplish your dreams. From advice on how to stay true to your commitment to choosing who’s in the row beside you, Jon provides the strategies you need to make your dreams a reality. You will also learn how you can create your own charity, even if with no experience or prior knowledge.
“When our why has heart, our how gets legs.”
You can’t change how big you are physically (although Jon did finally grow), but you can change how big you think. It all comes down to your outlook, to deciding how you want to experience your life. It’s all up to you. Do you want to live in the front row? Let’s do it!
“We don’t just want to be a hero for a day, we want that day to be a metaphor for how they can live the rest of their lives.”
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