‘Momentum Journey’ begins with one step
Ryan Summerlin October 11, 2005
DILLON – Philosopher Lao Tzu said, “The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step” – as does the journey to finding a career as presented by Rob Lohman in his book “The Momentum Journey: Breakdown at Exit 63.”The author will be signing copies of his tome at 10 a.m. Saturday at Borders Books in Dillon.According to the book, which acts as a sort of self-help book for those struggling with career direction, finding one’s passions is all about exploration and self-discovery.Lohman’s 160 pages tells his own tale from birth to high school to college to his turns at the crossroads of life, which included moving to Vail to “find himself” after graduating from DePauw University in Indiana in 1994. It even includes a section (Appendix AA) on the role alcohol played in his life and his own “momentum journey.” He interviews 11 people in the book about their career paths, success habits, being passionate about life and what they do for a living and their advice for others.The end of each chapter includes a “Reflections Page” for readers to record thoughts about their own life’s journey and what the section may have meant to them.For more information on Lohman and “The Momentum Journey: Breakdown at Exit 63,” visit www.themomentumjourney.org.
What: Booksigning by The Momentum Journey: Breakdown at Exit 63 author, Rob LohmanWhen: 10 a.m. SaturdayWhere: Borders Books in Dillon