Meet Robert Lovelace, owner and principal consultant for Bornayr Consulting. He’s got former Big 4 management consulting and boutique consulting leadership experience in the bag. Now, he’s adding the coveted title of the root coworking’s Member of the Month to his resume! We wanted to get to know Robert a little bit better, and he has a very interesting idea on how to survive (or win) in a zombie apocalypse. Keep reading to find out! 

What could you give a 30-minute presentation about with no advance preparation?  
The Wu Tang Clan

What’s something that has surprised you about your chosen career path?  
It allowed me to start my own business and to travel to a variety of places from Santa Fe, NM, to Washington, DC, to Sidney, MT.

What’s a trip that has changed you, and why?  
A work-related trip to Louisville, KY.  Part of the project I was working on required me to stay in Louisville for 2 months straight. I gained an appreciation for the city, the food, horse racing, bourbon (I kind of already had that), and it reminded me of home.

What’s one thing you’re currently trying to make a habit? 
Being awesome.

What trend do you hope makes a comeback?  
Hammer pants.

Would you survive a zombie apocalypse? How?  
I would judo chop the first zombie I encountered and eat it. Feel like that might make me immune or turn me into a super zombie—either one would work.

What is one of your favorite things about being a member of the root coworking?
The networking opportunities, coffee, and beer on tap. I think those three kinda flow together.

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