Ep #93 - John Alarcon - A Roadmap to Resilience

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In this episode, Young interviews John Alarcon, the co-founder of Worklyfe and a devoted father of three. John shares his journey from starting as an intern in a painting company to becoming an entrepreneur. He emphasizes the importance of aligning choices with personal values and the lessons he learned from his own upbringing. Discover how John strives for success, instills resilience in his children, and teaches them about money and finding their passions. Join us as we explore the balance between work and family life, and gain valuable insights on employee management and parenting with intention.

In addition, John reflects on the impact of his brother with Down syndrome, highlighting the significance of compassion and the lessons that are not always taught through words. Get ready to uncover tips on discipline, embracing challenges, and fostering a strong work ethic. Don't miss this episode as we delve into the joys and challenges of parenthood, offering practical advice and relatable stories to inspire and empower you on your parenting journey.

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ABOUT OUR GUEST:Jon Alarcon is co-founder at Worklyfe, an inspiration platform that helps companies drive performance and improve retention by aligning business objectives with their employee’s most meaningful personal aspirations. Jon leads GTM strategy, customer experience, and strategic initiatives, scaling Worklyfe towards their next 1000 customers. Jon is a passionate advocate for building healthy relationships between employees and their employers, creating environments where employees can do their best work and live their best lives. Prior to co-founding Worklyfe, Jon was the Head of Customer Success and a member of the founding team at Blueboard, an experiential rewards and recognition platform where he launched various employee programs across 400 companies. Jon lives in San Diego and when not hard at work, is a dad of three amazing kiddos.

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