Millennials

finishwellbigger

“We are going to have to part ways with you, Jake.” Words I thought I would never hear. It was Fall of 2009 and I was being fired. Fired from the first and only real job I had ever known. I had been with this particular Chick-fil-A store for 2 1/2 years, but combined with […]

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4 signs of community

Community is becoming a bit of a buzzword. I guess the majority of LinkedIn writers found out millennials are crazy about it. With co-working here to stay (read – working in community) and study after study being revealed about the overall benefits of doing life in community, I’m confident there isn’t any danger for Roam being too focused […]

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networking

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 […]

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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 radicalhusbands.com.  As a young leader, Daniel […]

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entrepreneur

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. ____________________________________________________________________________ […]

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