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The Front Row Factor: Productivity | Lifestyle | Personal Development | Entrepreneurship | Relationships | Transformation

Productivity, Lifestyle, Personal Development, Entrepreneurship, Relationships and Transformation are just a few of the topics you’ll find on the Front Row Factor. Listen in as Jon Vroman chats with top performers and entrepreneurs from various industries on how they've transformed their personal and professional lives. This show is filled with powerful questions and real-life examples that will help you strengthen your mindset, relationships and environment so you can excel in every area of life. If you want to maximize your potential and make the most of your time, welcome home! \o/
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Jul 31, 2017

''You are only a good teacher if you learn.'' - Azul Terronez

Have you ever thought about writing a book, but didn't know where to start? You probably have a million ideas rolling around in your head, but can’t exactly figure out how to process all the information and present it in a way that makes sense for your intended audience.

Maybe you’ve already committed to the process of writing a book, but you are constantly asking yourself ‘why am I writing this?’ or ‘who am I writing this for?’

These hurdles are very normal when it comes to learning how to write a book, which is why I wanted to invite my good friend Azul Terronez to join me on the podcast.

Azul is an educator, TEDx speaker and the author of of the best selling book The Art of Apprenticeship: How to Hack Your Way into Any Industry, Land a Kick-Ass Mentor and Make a Killing Doing What You Love. He is the Co-Founder of Authors Writing Academy and coaches authors like Pat Flynn from Smart Passive Income and Dana Malstaff, of Boss-Mom.com.

Azul also coached me through the writing process for The Front Row Factor book, which would never have been possible without his encouragement, guidance, wisdom, and ongoing support!

Be sure to listen to the entire episode, as Azul shares an incredible offer that you won’t want to miss!

To find out more about Azul and his coaching services, visit his website at  CoachAzul.com.  

Here’s a Quick Breakdown of Our Chat…

  • [08:30] Find out how Azul created a new life for himself by deciding to coach online influencers and thought leaders through the book writing process.
  • [13:00] The most important question to ask yourself if you’re considering writing a book.
  • [17:10] Learn how to speak to your intended audience and make a clear connection with your reader.
  • [21:50] Ok, you know you want to write a book, but what now? Azul breaks down the step-by-step process he uses to help clients gain clarity and go from idea to execution.
  • [32:23] When is it time to hire a coach to help you write your book?
  • [41:12] Azul recounts some of the most transformational moments of his life.
  • [46:45] What makes a good teacher great? Azul shares his tips and the awesome piece advice that he got from Seth Godin

''Ask the question ‘what is this for?’ and then really listen.'' - Azul Terronez

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Jul 24, 2017

''Change the way you look at things and the things you look at change.'' - Rachel Adams Lee

We all want to lead happy and successful lives, but sometimes in the pursuit of success, we lose sight of what matters most.

So, do your actions line up with the person you really want to be? What could you eliminate that would add something to your life? What could you say “no” to that would bring more “yes’s” into your world?

Today I’m talking Rachel Adams Lee who is here to share how she transformed her life and found true happiness.

Rachel is the CEO & founder of Rachel Adams Group at Keller Williams Realty.  She is currently ranked in the top 1% of all Realtors in Placer and Sacramento counties. In 2015 and 2016 she was named “Wall Street Journal’s Top 1000 Agents” in the US.

Her team is anticipated to close $50 million in sales for the year 2017.  When not actively selling homes, Rachel can be found traveling the US, coaching others on how to build a successful real estate team with a winning mindset.  

She has a love for public speaking and enjoys seeing the positive affect her experience brings to others lives. While real estate is in her blood, her greatest joy comes from encouraging others to lead their best lives.  

Rachel’s love for inspiring others, combined with her own unique and powerful journey, led her to create the "Lost to Found in 90 Days" book and program.  

Here’s a Quick Breakdown of Our Chat…

  • [07:00] Despite building a “successful” real estate business, she was completely miserable on the inside. Discover the mantra that shifted her thinking and allowed her to find true happiness.
  • [12:20] Learn how to bounce back and find opportunity in life's most difficult moments.
  • [16:20] Are your actions in line with who you really want to become? Rachel shares her tips for leading a more intentional life!
  • [24:20] Are you a self-proclaimed people pleaser? Rachel was, but not anymore! Learn the secret to balancing the “yes’s” and “no’s”.
  • [30:50] Who are you surrounding yourself with? Rachel shares a friendly approach to editing your peer group and making sure the people you hang out with fully support your journey!  
  • [39:10] How to silence the noise, take a tech timeout and set clear work boundaries with your clients.
  • [47:30] Catapult the life of your dreams with Rachel’s book Lost to Found in 90 Days.

''I never knew what I wanted until I silenced the noise.'' – Rachel Adams

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Jul 17, 2017

''Oftentimes people think disability is inability, which it’s not.'' – Mary Verdi-Fletcher

When was the last time you felt fully alive, free to express yourself fully and completely?

In an effort to protect ourselves from harm or being exposed to what we aren’t comfortable with, we often will create mental barriers that can hold us back. What would life look like if we decided to knock those barriers down? What then would be possible?

Today I’m talking with my inspirational friend Mary Verdi-Fletcher. She’s here to discuss how she’s using dance to educate and inspire the disabled and able bodied alike to believe our disabilities don’t define us.

Mary Verdi-Fletcher is a true pioneer. She is America’s first professional wheelchair dancer and has taken a field where disabilities were not accepted and worked endlessly to shatter stereotypes, change attitudes, bring hope, advocate for inclusion, and essentially be an agent of change.

Despite being born with spina bifida, Mari has worked tirelessly to open the doors of opportunity for people with disabilities who wanted to pursue their goals on an equal ground with their non-disabled peers. This determination ultimately led her to found The Dancing Wheels Company in 1980 in Cleveland, Ohio, which was specifically formed to employ professionally trained dancers, with and without disabilities.

The Dancing Wheels Company has reached audiences of over 5 million people with awe-inspiring school assembly programs, workshops, residencies, and main stage concert performances worldwide.  

If you’ve ever had moments of doubt or convinced yourself that you couldn't do something, I can promise this conversation will show you what’s possible when you believe in yourself.

Here’s a Quick Breakdown of Our Chat…

  • [10:30] Mary discusses her Dancing Wheels School and Company, its mission and how one encouraging phrase from her mother made it all possible.
  • [16:25] Mary’s definition of dancing and how she uses this interpretation as inspiration to achieve any goal.
  • [18:50] Learn how the lives of Mary’s able bodied students are positively affected due to their close interaction with their disabled dance partners.
  • [21:05] The single biggest obstacle Mary would have to overcome in her early 20s and how that decision would open the door for everything to follow.
  • [28:05] Listen as Mary recounts her favorite Dancing Wheels success stories and the one story which will bring a tear to your eye.
  • [35:08] Learn Mary’s advice to live by and how she uses it to turn any obstacle into an opportunity.

''The arts are an avocation that chooses you. You don’t choose it.'' – Mary Verdi-Fletcher

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Jul 10, 2017

''Peace is about not having stress and relaxing in the moment.'' - Christine Khetarpal

When was the last time you had to face a really difficult decision? One that you knew could change the trajectory of your life.

If you’ve ever struggled to find the answers, trust me, you’re not alone. But there’s good news! Where you are today, does not have to be where you are tomorrow. Ready to find the clarity you’ve been searching for?

For over 25 years, my friend and today’s guest, Christine Khetarpal, has been passionate about helping her clients make clear, confident choices that emerge them into a life they love and deserve.   

As a Certified Life Coach, Christine’s practice, Emerge Now Coaching focuses on guiding men and women through the process of deciding, “Should I stay or leave my marriage?”

Christine personally knows the impact of putting off a difficult decision. After spending over 5 years living in fear of making the “wrong” decision, experiencing stress-related health issues like shingles and continuing to hang on to hope that things will eventually get better on their own, she now realizes that hope by itself is wonderful, but the real key is making powerful choices and taking courageous action.  

Christine’s message to you is “Peace is a choice. And by standing in your power to choose, you can start to make choices that will guide you towards living your life in the front row.

Here’s a quick breakdown of our chat…

  • [07:50] Why peace is a choice, even during life’s most challenging moments.
  • [13:32] Christine shares her story and explains how she used peace to find happiness in her own life.
  • [17:39] What does peace really mean?
  • [22:46] Learn what E.M.E.R.G.E stands for, so you can gain new perspective and positively transform your life.
  • [25:42] Need to overcome an incredibly hard decision? Find out when it may be time to hire a coach who can lead you through life’s most challenging moments.
  • [28:00] Discover 3 questions you can ask to become a better communicator in any relationship.
  • [33:18] What to do when you’re contemplating your commitment to something important in life.

''Am I really living a life that I want?'' - Christine Khetarpal

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Jul 3, 2017

''Anything of any magnitude starts with a micro movement.'' - Jon Berghoff

Your entire life is made up of countless moments, and each one carries an opportunity to experience joy, fulfill your sense of purpose, and make a difference. That is the art of moment making!

What if there was a way for you to recognize and create more of these moments, not only in your life, but in the lives of those who matter the most? That’s what today’s conversation with my good friend Jon Berghoff is all about!

We want to invite you to participate in our upcoming event, The Front Row Summit, which is happening July 24-26, inside Cuyahoga Valley National Park. This is a 3-day, in-person event, limited to an intimate group of 50 individuals.

It’s a tremendous opportunity for anybody who wants to find deeper purpose and transform their life through the art of moment making. Whether you’re a parent, an entrepreneur, or someone who just wants to make the most of every moment, this event was made for you. You can learn more and apply by clicking here.

The Front Row Summit also gives you a chance to make a difference by co-creating the future of the Front Row Foundation. You’ll be encouraged to bring your ideas and insights to the table, to help support the evolution of the organization.  

Here’s a quick breakdown of our chat…

  • [09:51] What is a moment maker and why does it matter?
  • [17:51] How do micro moments lead to macro movements?
  • [25:08] What to expect at the The Front Row Summit, including reconnecting with nature, finding your purpose and the future of leadership!
  • [33:42] Why nothing is impossible when you can master the art of asking great questions.
  • [43:20] Stories that demonstrate the power of capturing front row moments.
  • Want to hang out with Jon & Jon at the Front Row Summit? Apply here!  

''The way you show up in the world, is one moment at a time.'' - Jon Vroman

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