When you get to the end of your life, imagine looking back and asking these questions:
Did I live life my life to the fullest?
Did I make a difference?
This book will guide you to answer "YES!" to those questions. You will learn to clarify your values, establish priorities, reconnect to a higher purpose, and find a deeper meaning within your life.
The Front Row Foundation, a charity Jon co-founded in 2005, helps children and adults with life-threatening illnesses to have a front row experience at the live event of their dreams. This inspiring book shares the compelling stories and lessons about life from those who are fighting for it.
The biggest lesson: 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.
This book helps you make the most of each and every moment, starting now.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Positive action and feelings in a negative world! I needed this book. We live in a world of so much negativity and scandal and 'bad' news, Jon Vroman's perspective on and mission for the human relationships that are at a crisis level, his purpose and his heart all come out as pure 'love' in this wonderful book about hope, inspiration, and helping and serving our fellow man. God truly blessed him and you need to read this book.
Jon Vroman is brilliant, authentic, heart-centered and a true inspiration! His book, 'The Front Row Factor,' teaches us how to make the best of each moment and truly live life to it's fullest. I am deeply touched by the work and dedication he and his team have put into the Front Row Foundation and the many lives they have touched. By giving to those who are battling life-threatening illnesses, the opportunity to have the 'front row' seat at the live performance of their dreams! In reading his book, I learned some of the recipients stories first hand. I walked away feeling a new found motivation to not only make my own front row moments but also with questions on how I can more fully serve others. Jon's book is a must read! Thank you Jon for the work that you do and for sharing a piece of your heart for all of us to learn and grow from.
In full disclosure I am the author's father. However, this doesn't mean I will automatically give it a "high five." In fact, I am probably a a more critical reviewer than most other readers. I have always praised my son when he tries his best, but have never falsely praised him for things he had not achieved. His book is very well written, thoughtful and inspirational. It comes from a life he has nobly lived over the past 12 years. There are numerous “self-help” books available, but this one is different because following his basic principles of moment making can fundamentally change one’s life for the better. At the age of 71 this book has changed the way I view the world. Since I read the book I look for ways to improve someone else’s life every day. As an example, when I went to the gym the other day the attendant who was checking me in asked how I was doing. (Standard greeting, right?) I replied, “I am SUPER-FANTASTIC and so are you!” (p164) She laughed and told me I had made her day. So, read the book, and then go make someone’s day. You will make your day also. .