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And/And: Does Work/Life Balance Exist?

You thought being an entrepreneur was hard? How about being an entrepreneur and wanting to have a life and care about the world and be successful? The struggle is real. Forget Either/Or and welcome to And/And. Sloane and Taylor Davidson are on a quest to pack the most into every day as multi-hyphenates with jobs and side hustles. As a married couple with a newborn and a dog, they don’t have a lot of time. This podcast jam packs interviews around how to do more, better. If that sounds like a conversation you’d like to join, this podcast is for you.
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Sep 13, 2016

Sloane (@sloane) and Taylor Davidson (@tdavidson) are excited to interview Emi Kolawole (@emikolawole), a lecturer at Stanford’s D School. Emi, a journalist by trade, shares her unique voice and perspective on how ideas evolve and how to spark creativity into your life and your work.

Aug 30, 2016

Sloane (@sloane) and Taylor Davidson (@tdavidson) talk about their recent anniversary dinner at Outstanding In The Fields and a visit to the James A. Garfield Presidential Site. Sara Holoubek (@sarita), CEO of Luminary Labs, joins to share her own entrepreneurial journey and why businesses should be more human. If you’re want to get messy, push your creative energy and make an impact, take a listen!

Aug 16, 2016

Sloane (@sloane) and Taylor Davidson (@tdavidson) pack a 1-2-3 punch on finance in this episode with three dynamic guests. Amanda Steinberg of DailyWorth talks about financial literacy and how to think about your paycheck. Jane Barratt of GoldBean shares her investment strategy and why she is passionate about helping women learn how to do more with their money. Susan McPherson from McPherson Strategies talks about charitable giving and the power women have to make a positive impact in the world.

Aug 2, 2016

Sloane (@sloane) and Taylor Davidson (@tdavidson) share highlights about their recent vacation to Lewes, Delaware and their overall travel ethos. They talk about Pokemon Go and what happens when a hit game becomes all everyone talks about and what this means for augmented reality. They also discuss the sensitive topic of race in America and the importance of having hard conversations. This is an episode not to miss!

Jul 19, 2016

Sloane (@sloane) and Taylor Davidson (@tdavidson) talk with Simon Isaacs and Mike Rothman, co-founders of Fatherly.com. Fatherly is a parenting resource for men who understand that embracing what they’ve become doesn’t mean giving up who they are. Simon and Mike share their own stories of how they came to start Fatherly and get real about some of the struggles they have faced along the way. They also share information from their recent study on the top workplaces for new dads to work and what important changes workplaces can make to be better environments for working parents.

Jul 5, 2016

Sloane and Taylor Davidson are excited to interview Frank Gruber and Jen Consalvo, co-founders of Tech.co, a company that combines a tech media hub with events and resources for entrepreneurs. Frank and Jen are also married, to each other, and recently became parents. They share how they started Tech.co and offer advice for other couples who want to start a business together, plus they talk about how they fight the urge to put too much pressure on their business or relationship. They also share how they schedule their time to maximize life goals - like ice cream and sunsets.

Jun 21, 2016

Sloane and Taylor Davidson welcome to the podcast Emily Levenson and Kate Stoltzfus, co-founders and co-pilots of Propelle, Propelle is a Pittsburgh-based creative space for women entrepreneurs and business owners to connect and learn from each other. They share some of their top advice for being productive, share the concept of setting a new morning routine and talk about why women-based collectives like Propelle are succeeding in Pittsburgh and all around the country.

Jun 7, 2016

Sloane and Taylor Davidson exchange strategies for Marie Kondoing their lives and why they look for quality over quantity with their purchasing power. They also welcome to the podcast Laurie Davis, founder of eFlirt, and Thomas Edwards, founder of The Professional Wingman. Both Laurie and Thomas are entrepreneurs who help people find the love of their lives and also found love together. They discuss what to look for in a partner (in life, business and in love), how to use emojis within the current dating landscape (hint: it’s ever-changing) and why proper grammar and punctuation matter more than ever. Balancing business and love isn’t easy, but that’s not a reason not to try. Let’s dive right in.

May 24, 2016

Sloane and Taylor Davidson talk about the value side projects have had on their lives. They also discuss time tracking, quantified self and one theory on how to break out of the Misery Olympics. To cap it off, Sloane reveals her obsession with presidential history and Hamilton.

May 10, 2016

Sloane and Taylor Davidson talk with Misfit founder AJ Leon and his wife and business partner Melissa about all-things-Misfit. Their mission is simple, bring together people who are hell bent on changing the world. From their boutique agency to printing press to foundation and annual retreat, they travel the world and leave a trail of inspiration in their wake. You won't want to miss this high-energy and jam-packed episode.

Apr 26, 2016
Sloane (@sloane) and Taylor Davidson (@tdavidson) discuss how they have replaced text messaging each other by creating a relationship Slack and utilizing private messages in Snapchat. They also admit to using Instagram in a way that might surprise you. Plus they walk down memory lane and share how they first met at a conference in New Orleans and what inspired them to start And/And.

 

Apr 12, 2016

Sloane (@sloane) and Taylor Davidson (@tdavidson) talk to Jessica Shortall (@jessicashortall), a writer and social entrepreneur with an eclectic career spanning LGBT rights, TOMS Shoes, and working parenthood. They talk about her recent book, “Work. Pump. Repeat: The New Mom’s Survival Guide to Breastfeeding and Going Back to Work” and her inspiring TEDx talk, “The US needs paid family leave — for the sake of its future.” All this and more in the first episode of And/And!

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