Randy HainServiam Partners

Randy Hain, a longtime resident of Roswell and active servant leader, has been happily married for over 20 years and is the proud father of two teenage sons. He is a 1989 UGA graduate and a sought-after speaker and award-winning author with seven published books and dozens of blog posts and articles for various publications to his credit.

Serviam Partners offers decades of experience in leadership, executive coaching, recruiting, management consulting, talent management, branding, marketing, thought leadership and community involvement through the members of our team. All of the great professionals who work with Serviam Partners share common values and a passion for authenticity, candor and doing excellent work for our clients.

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1. Why are you passionate about what you’re accomplishing through your business? 

It is a rare thing these days to do work you love. I thoroughly enjoy the consulting and executive coaching work I do for companies and senior leaders because I feel I am making a real difference in people’s lives. Through my own experiences and candid

conversations, my work is helping companies increase revenue and people overcome obstacles impeding their personal and professional growth. Who wouldn’t love to go to work every day with this as their mission?

2. You’ve written seven books – what an accomplishment! Do you have any advice for all the future writers out there? 

Thank you. I love writing and have integrated a disciplined approach into my routine which allows me the opportunity to write for an hour every day. I encourage writers to share from their heart the rich experiences they have had in their lives and not be afraid to speak the truth. Also, write for yourself and the hope that you will make a positive difference in the life of at least one other person. Don’t
write for the ‘crowd’ and never be politically correct. Good writing should have something meaningful to say or it should not be done at all.

3. Describe a time when you were faced with an obstacle when starting your own company. How did you overcome it? 

After a lot of prayer and discernment, I launched my business in 2013, having done my homework and gathering the support I would need for the business. One of my biggest challenges was simply taking the leap of faith and getting started. It was hard
to walk away from the stability of a paycheck every two weeks for over two decades and paid health insurance, company car, etc. But, I needed new challenges and I trusted that this business would be successful and be able to provide for my family. I have never regretted the decision and am grateful for the opportunities I continue to have in my life.

4. What is your favorite thing about working at Roam? 

I love the friendly team, the convenience and the sense of community. Also, I have brought numerous clients to Roam, and the professionalism of the organization always reflects well on my business. I highly recommend Roam to everyone I know.

5. If you had to eat one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be? 

My wife Sandra is an amazing cook and her Italian heritage influences the great meals we have in our home. I would have to opt for her spaghetti and homemade meatballs as the best of the outstanding dishes I would never tire of eating.