We are back with a couple more takes on topics that have caught our attention around the world. We are a couple and we each have one take on something to share in this episode. We get pretty deep as we talk about the NCAA and playing college athletes and the Rodney Reed case in Texas. Essentially we end up talking about institutional racism.
Collabing as Parents
We are two months into parenthood and have learned a lot about our ourselves and how we make a powerful team of two. There have been a few bumps in the road of parenthood because we have no clue what we are doing… but who does?! In this episode you'll hear a short update on how we are handling our new lifestyle as parents, the ways we collab as parents, and how we continue to push gender roles. What We Talked About in this Episode: How we are handling parenthood For two people who did not plan on kids, we are doing really well We continue to integrate Linc into our lives and not the other way around (stay tuned to Instagram for his appearance at a gala this week!) The best examples of collabing as parents In the hospital Night time Eagles games Bath time Church The opportunities we have found to push gender roles
EP 59: Q3 Goals Check-In
We love setting goals. For 2019, we set some lofty goals for our new business together. We have been checking in on our progress every quarter of the year. In this episode, we chat about our progress through the 3rd quarter. We have been thrown some curveballs this year, but we have made adjustments and we are on track. Our check-ins have been key to our success. Learn more about our progress and about how to have a goals check-in in this episode. What We Talked About In This Episode: Our 2019 Business Goals Finding out we were pregnant was a curveball, but we have made adjustments and are on track for most goals Goals Complete 2 consulting or philanthropy projects - We are on track to accomplish this one Kicking off one this week Speak together 4 times We have accomplished this already and we will over achieve on this one Made a lot of progress in Q3 Build social media presence Have been a bit inconsistent on this one, especially in Q3 Grow email list by 250 subscribers Adjusted this one during our Q2 check-in Still inconsistent, but made more progress in Q3 Stay consistent with our podcast We have done good with this one, even with having a baby Blog every week We get an F for this one, but in the episode we decide to close strong and blog 8 times before the end of 2019 Host online course We pushed this one to 2020 in Q2 check-in Write book We pushed this one to 2020 in Q2 check-in
EP 58: Connecting To A City
We are lucky to live in the great city of Austin, Texas. People often ask us about Austin so we decided to dedicate an episode to the city. But the episode turned into one about how to get connected in a new city after speaking to a friend who is struggling to connect with people after moving away from Austin. This episode more than anything is about connection and moving towards something rather than away from something. What We Talked About In This Episode: We’ve been wanting to do an episode about Austin because we love our city and people ask us about it all the time We moved to Austin at different times We both found a way to get connected We are not music people or outdoorsy people or ACL or SXSW people We are not your typical weird Austinites, but we love the community here A friend just moved to a new city and is having trouble making friends We talk about how to get acquainted to a new city How we got connected in Austin Moving toward something rather than running away The overall theme of the episode Connection We are need to be in a place where we are connected We don't connect enough with poeple anymore
EP 57: Birth Story
Life has gotten real over here! Our son is now 4 weeks old! This is our first time recording an episode since he was born. In this episode, we share the birth story of Lincoln Foles Alaniz-Moyer. We begin at our 38 week doctors appointment and end with a baby! There is lots that happens in between.