May 4,2017: Article in the Columbine Courier
April 25, 2017: Rob Lohman and Vance Johnson speaking in Lamar, CO
March 27, 2017: Mental Health News Radio Interview
December 14, 2016: Columbine Courier: South Jeffco Resident Helping Addicts
November 14, 2016: PR Log : FREE Addiction Training
November 12, 2016: PR Log : Navigating the World of Addiction Event
Too many times people tend to spin their wheels in career bewilderment, stuck without direction and feeling as though a way towards purpose vanishes with each menial task, yet forgetting that they were created for a specific purpose with special gifts and talents.
As one who loves to learn from others, I believe in the power of STORY! Below are some links to my previous book The Momentum Journey : Breakdown at Exit 63. Enjoy!
This journey we are all on is called LIFE…..which can be a very exciting one, despite the perceived stresses along the way. I love the quote : “Obstacles are only what you see when you take your focus off the goal!”
I am here to help, so call me to discuss how.
In the meantime, check out the below links about how I have helped people along the way:.
Also, here is a link to a 19 minute documentary that goes with the book.
Check out the reviews of the book at the bottom of this page.
Great Stories of Real People!
It’s been said that Gen M loves to be connected. Cell phones, instant messages, the Internet are all evidence of that. An excellent way to connect with a career is through role models. By reading other people’s career journeys-both success and failure-we get ideas that can help us to achieve our own career goals. In The Momentum Journey, Rob Lohman writes about his current career passion and those of about a dozen other entrepreneurs. The best writing the whole book, however, is found in the very back where Rob tells a very personal story and becomes a role model of another sort when he figures out how alcohol is ruining his life. By Carol Christen
Follow Your Bliss!
This gifted writer has provided a candid, personal and moving first person account of launching an ambitious project. However, despite the setbacks and delays, the author clearly establishes his greater purpose–to inspire, to provide great role models for those who aspire to realize their dreams and passions. To me, this seems to be a great prelude–I will desire and want more from this fascinating Momentum Journey. By David L. Carlson
A Dose of Inspiration!
If you are in need of some inspiration or a little direction in your life and/or career, this is the book for you! Simple, straight-forward and well written, this book will get your creative juices flowing and help you to develop and achieve your goals. By M. Browne
Author Rob Lohman handles a worthy subject from the perspective of a young man in the world. The style is a little raw, but this is what makes the read genuine and refreshing.
Never Give Up!
It is rare to read such a personal, candid and moving first person account of embarking on a daunting journey. I can empathize with the disappointment, setbacks, delays and so forth. However, with lessons learned, an individual can move forward with greater momentum. The interviews of various artists-entrepreneurs are fascinating. This gifted writer truly provides inspiration to those who can appreciate the message. I will patiently await subsequent installments.
If you are in need of some inspiration or a little direction in your life and/or career, this is the book for you! Simple, straight-forward and well written, this book will get your creative juices flowing and help you to develop and achieve your goals.
Worth the Trip!
The Momentum Journey:Breakdown at Exit 63 is a realistic positive read about life. In its simplicity and directness, the author describes his own transition, his career goal and how he gathered his support network to help him through the ups and downs which we can all relate to. Rob has energy to go around and embrace disappointments in ways that are motivating and instructive to people looking for what’s missing in their lives. As a career consultant working with those in transition, I recommend it to clients who need encouragment and a boost. If the reader takes away one idea that is useful, I consider it worthwhile.