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Adjusting Your Business to Fit Your Family Time—with Jon Vroman – EP 176

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Jon Vroman is a husband and father, who also happens to be the founder of FrontRowDads.com and host of the Front Row Dad podcast. His mission is to help high-performing entrepreneurial men be family men with businesses, not businessmen with families. In addition to his business and family, Jon founded FrontRowFoundation.org in 2005, a charity that creates unforgettable moments for individuals who are braving life-threatening illnesses.10-years later, he published The Front Row Factor, to share “everything you can learn about living life from those fighting for it.”

What You Will Learn

• How to maintain being better family man under the pressures of running a business

• The kind of obstacles you have to overcome starting out, in order to have the power to make more time

• Finding out what causes us to behave a certain way and trigger motivation

• Building an ego castle and deserving the right to rule it

• Learning to take responsibility and being liable that when something goes wrong, it can come from both sides

• How to listen to your own natural intuition when establishing business relationships

• The systematic way you approach your business is not the same way you should approach your family

• The poll results across the company, where parenting and marriage stand, and where it should stand

• How to deal with remorse and finding out why it had to happen in order for something better to come along

• Building a legacy and balancing constructive lessons with constructive appreciation

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