Did you know, the soundtrack of your workday can change the quality of your work? In 1993, a study was conducted to find the differing effects of music as opposed to silence or relaxation instructions, designed to lower blood pressure. Researchers found that after listening to Mozart for 10 minutes, subjects scored 8-9 points higher […]


Today’s Member blog is from Stephanie Shackelford. Stephanie coaches students and professionals as they navigate getting into their dream college, choosing the best major, and finding their ideal career. She is the Founder and Director of Coaching for two coaching companies: Student Launch Pad for high school and college students, and Career Flight Plan for […]

you need a mentor

Today’s Member Post is from Daniel Kosmala. Daniel is currently the Non-Profit Director for Radical Mentoring – an organization dedicated to mentoring the next-generation of leaders. He recently published ‘Radical Husbands’ – a marriage book written by Regi Campbell, Founder of Radical Mentoring. The book can be found at  As a young leader, Daniel […]


Today’s Member Blog is from PJ Simmons. P.J. serves as the Director of Organizational Development and University Relations at Medici Project. P.J. holds a bachelor’s degree from Lee University in Cleveland, TN and with a background in service learning, P.J.’s desire is to see individuals live out a lifestyle of selfless love towards others. ____________________________________________________________________________ […]

Work + Live

July 8, 2014

in Staff Blog

work + live

Today’s post comes from the General Manager of our Alpharetta location, Michael Kanner. Michael has been with ROAM since February of 2014. He is also the Founder of MOTIF8 – a local non-profit with a mission of inspiring a lifestyle of fitness, fellowship, and faith. Check out Motif8′s FREE, upcoming Summer events. ____________________________________________________________________________ We hear […]

hand on phone

Today’s Member post is by Roam Member, Andrew McPeak. Andrew is the Director of Worldview and Urban Missions at Medici Project, a non-profit based here in Atlanta. He graduated from Bryan College in 2011 with a Major in Liberal Arts. While in school, he was the President of SSTOP, a student-led anti-human trafficking group, and […]

Roam Galleria

We’re taking the leap inside the perimeter and over to Cobb County to bring you one more innovative workplace. Right between I-285 and I-75, this location will be convenient to East Cobb, Vinings and Buckhead with easy access to Midtown, Downtown and the airport! We’re using member feedback to bring you a space even more […]

3 Questions

Success sometimes gets a bad rap. If we go at it alone, bridges are often burned and relationships suffer. If we work too hard for it, we look self-seeking and greedy. But if we don’t aim high enough, we appear lazy or we just wind up hating our present circumstances. I believe there is a […]

Roam Community

Today’s post is by ROAM Training Manager, Emily Koncerak. Emily is passionate about creating systems and using her organizational skills to equip and enable others’ success. She is currently in the process of completing her degree in professional counseling.   Our members have a variety of different roles: small business owners, graphic designers, accountants, entrepreneurs, […]


Today’s Guest post is a Recap from our event yesterday with ROAM Members at 98 To Go.   Let’s consider your blog as one of your employees. Would you give it a raise? Does it drive business and establish you and your business as an authority and thought leader in your industry? Our presentation at […]