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This podcast is dedicated to helping young people understand the white-collar business world, its industries, and specific jobs within each industry. By interviewing young business professionals who have found success early on, we will dive into many industries, helping educate the listener on the vast amount of opportunity in the business world. By interviewing these young people, we will learn their path to success that was achieved early on, and how they separated themselves from their pe ...
 
Only You: A One and Done Podcast is made to talk about the decision to have an only child, the stigma surrounding it and stories and anecdotes from people who’ve lived it. We invite listeners to email in with their thoughts and experiences and discuss a wide range of topics including encouraging your only child’s imagination, feeling societal pressure to give your child a sibling and coping with traumatic births and medical issues. Email in at onlyyoupod@gmail.com to be featured on the show!
 
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We're both a little sick (with just a cold thankfully), but we're powering through it! This week, we read emails and chat about how the Covid-19 pandemic affected our family size plans and the way we experienced parenthood. We also read emails from a family whose age factored into being one and done. A listener writes in to ask for advice about gif…
 
We are so happy to share an interview with one of our favorite moms on social media!! Linda Fruits joined Jess for a great conversation on parenting expectations, managing your relationship after having a child, and work/life balance. Email us at onlyyoupod@gmail.com if you have thoughts on these questions or find us on Instagram or Facebook to be …
 
We are joined in episode 4 by Marc Bernstein. He is the CEO of an AI company named Balto. In his younger years he created and grew a fitness company, beginning by literally knocking on doors to get clients. He went on to work at a call center, where he would realize the need for Balto. He speaks on the difference in knowing something and actually a…
 
We are so excited to be BACK! This is our first episode after a three month break. In our first ever yearly tradition, we would like to share with you our annual Thankfulness Episode! There can be so much negativity and stigma surrounding only children, we always like to dedicate a whole episode during the holiday season to everything we feel grati…
 
For episode 3, we brought in Ty Malecheck who is a senior associate at The Stone Collection. At only 26, Ty has owned multiple businesses and has a background in whole selling and 3D printing technology. Ty used his time at Texas A&M to create a job for himself. Ty's advice to young entrepreneurs is to find a mentor and never be afraid of being unc…
 
During this interview, Luis explains his path from residential realty to owning and operating a capital group in San Antonio, Texas. At the age of 26, Luis oversees a commercial investment property company that focuses on yielding high returns to their investors. Listeners will understand the difference between traditional real estate and investmen…
 
In our final episode of season 1, we were excited to welcome Tucker Hood of Insuredmine to the show. Beginning the season and ending it with insurance professionals was a ton of fun! Tucker at 28 is the Senior Director of Sales for a growing technology company! During episode 20 Tucker shares his experience and vast knowledge of the tech industry!…
 
A podcastünk rövid történetében először került sor vendég szereplésére, aki nem más, mint a méltán híres Dodo podcast egyik házigazdája Dani Lajos. Vele beszélgettünk jól- és rosszul sikerült offseasonokról, és meglepő módon többször nem értettünk egyet. (Rockets, Grizz, OKC és Pels voltak a fő témák)…
 
Episode 19 was recorded on the road! For episode 19 we traveled to Salt Lake City, Utah to meet with Jordan Nelson. Jordan is a senior admin with salesforce as is truly a content creator on LinkedIn! Jordan is a go-getter who focuses' on problem-solving. At the age of 22, he owned his own car wrapping business and even grew it to multiple employees…
 
For episode 18, I had the pleasure of interviewing Andres Bustamante. Andres is a recent graduate of the University of Texas and has been a licensed realtor since he was 19. Using Real Estate as a way to pay for school and to earn some extra cash, Andres used his network and position as a student to quickly earn well above 6 figures while still att…
 
In this episode, I interview Alexnder Trudeau. Alexander is the Territory Manager for Texas' largest Workers Compensation carrier, Texas Mutual. We review the many benefits of the insurance industry and why this is a fantastic industry for young people to join! Either on the carrier side or the agency side, this industry has tons of potential!…
 
We are so honored to have had the opportunity to chat with Kayleigh Summers, aka The Birth Trauma Mama. Her Instagram account, which advocates for parents who have experienced birth trauma, has been a huge source of healing and understanding for us, especially after our battle with preeclampsia. Kayleigh shares her birth story as well as some of he…
 
In this episode I speak with Ernest Broomfield. Ernest is part of the Texas A&M sales team and he recently placed 2nd in the National Collegiate Sports Sales Championship. We discuss how Ernest found sales and what he is focused on as he continues at A&M and finds his career path in sales.Jackson Rollo
 
Hello everyone out there! We wanted to bring you a very special episode like we've never done before. Listen in on a raw, honest conversation we have about how our relationship has evolved since becoming parents, our expectations of one another, and navigating the change from stay at home mom to stay at home dad. We apologize for the sound quality,…
 
In this episode I speak with Everett Ray, a financial analyst with Goldman Sachs. As a former college basketball player, Everett and I discuss the key attributes Everett took from the court to the office that set him apart!Jackson Rollo
 
We chat a bit about what it might be like to have an only child while living a military or traveling lifestyle, and read an email about a family who has moved many times. We also read several emails about adoption and step-siblings in response to last week's question about an adoptive child and their biological siblings. In an Only You Podcast firs…
 
During episode 14, I interview Derek Adkins. Derek is a relationship manager for Capital Farm Credit in Bryan-College Station. At 26, currently Derek is the only relationship manager in his 20's for Capital Farm Credit in College Station. Derek's love and passion for agriculture are clear in this episode and he discussed with us how that love for s…
 
This week we are celebrating Penny's second birthday and processing all kinds of emotions as we reflect the two year anniversary of our birth trauma and NICU stay. On behalf of NICU parents everywhere, we are honored to bring to you an interview with Kelli Kelley, the founder and CEO of Hand to Hold. Hand to Hold is a non-profit organization that p…
 
Our listeners respond to an email from the last episode and we talk about the many positives of traveling with a single child. We also discuss our recent vacation and how freeing it is to be out of the baby stage and not planning on having another in regards to planning, attending, and affording a nice family trip. We read several stories about peo…
 
For some of us, the decision to be one and done came partially from a difficult experience in the NICU. It can be incredibly traumatizing to see your child struggle as you are recuperating from childbirth and just learning how to be a parent. Dear NICU Mama is a nonprofit organization that has created a community of past and present NICU moms and w…
 
This episode talks about some triggering issues, so if you aren’t in a space to think about miscarriage or traumatic birth, feel free to skip - we totally understand. It’s always so important for us to give a voice to everyone who is one and done, and sometimes the reasons behind that choice are painful. We just want to reiterate that this space is…
 
We are so pleased to share an interview that Jess had with Pamela Druckerman, author of Bringing Up Bebe. This was the first (and only) parenting book Jess read during her pregnancy, and although the author has more than one child, the attitude of French parenting has shaped the way we parent. We chat about maintaining your identity after having a …
 
This is a very special episode because we are giving Pierce the week off! We are celebrating his Father's Day this weekend, and the hardworking dad he is deserved a break - especially since our recording studio is over 100 degrees! Luckily, our friend Amy stepped in and co-hosted with Jess, and it turned out to be a great conversation. Jess announc…
 
Buckle up folks, because this week we're diving into all things one and done and the family size culture of religion - specifically Mormonism! We are so fortunate to have Lindsay Helm join us, who is a former only child who independently converted to Mormonism as a teenager and left the church many years later. She and her husband are currently rai…
 
We are back with a studio episode after a busy couple of weeks! We read stories from folks who have thoughts on deciding what to do with remaining embryos and talk about how procedures vary from country to country. We also have a story from a listener who created a one and done page specifically for LGBTQ+ parents of only children. Next, we talk ab…
 
During episode 13, I interview Ian Cash. Ian is the Founder and CEO of CTRL golf. After graduating with a mechanical engineering degree from Texas A&M, Ian loved full-scale VR and problem-solving. He went through the McFerrin Center for Entrepreneurship at Texas A&M and combined these two passions creating CTRL. An arm sleeve designed to take the c…
 
We are so pleased to be able to share this interview with Bryce from @mombrain.therapist on Instagram! Bryce is a mental health therapist and a mom of two via the long road of infertility and loss. Her platform has inspired ours in so many ways. She allows parents the space to talk openly about mental health and share anonymously what is going on i…
 
We love when parents are able to use their own experiences and create a space for real, unfiltered conversations. That's what Kaila at Parent Tell Podcast is all about. She and Jess bond over being parents of toddlers, podcast hosts, and moms of one in this episode where you can practically hear a friendship blossoming in real time. Check out the i…
 
In this episode, I catch up with former Texas A&M football player and now the current president of Twin City Property Management, Alex Sezer. Alex is a phenomenal person and at the age of 26 is killing it in the property management space. Owning over 200+ properties at just 26 years old, Alex has a lot of wisdom to share about getting ahead of your…
 
While discussing ways to cope with being one and done when it’s not your decision, we realize there often isn’t enough emphasis on the positive parts of parenting. We chat about some of the really great stuff as well as things that are way different about raising a child than we thought they would be. We read several stories about people who had tr…
 
Firstly, quick trigger warning: this episode talks about miscarriage both in a general sense and in a detailed/graphic story. We were incredibly humbled to have Jessica Zucker, author of the powerful memoir about her miscarriage entitled ‘I Had A Miscarriage,’ on the show. She is a PHD psychologist and a brilliant author. Her work in alleviating th…
 
In this episode, we visit with former standout Texas AM basketball player, and current owner of Wearhouse to Health, Josh Hampton. In this episode, we discuss owning a business and the traits that Josh has taken from the basketball court to the boardroom. Being a former division 1 athlete, we discuss the success Josh had on the court and how he is …
 
This episode talks about some triggering issues, so if you aren’t in a space to think about infertility or infant loss, feel free to skip - we totally understand. It’s always so important for us to give a voice to everyone who is one and done, and sometimes the reasons behind that choice are painful. We just want to reiterate that this space is for…
 
We are so pleased to share an interview that Jess had with Lauren Sandler, author of “One and Only: The Freedom of Having an Only Child, and the Joy of Being One”. We were lucky enough to have her on the show and she shared insights about having/being an only child, changing the norms of what life and parenthood should look like, and gave a unique …
 
In this week's episode, I interview Hannah and Abigail from Boost Your Brand Marketing. They co-founded Boost Your Brand a little over a year ago with a passion for bringing visions to life for all of their customers. We discuss the difficulties associated with being an entrepreneur at such a young age, the benefits of being your own boss, and the …
 
We go a little bit deep in this episode and are feeling a tad more vulnerable than usual - you will definitely get to know us better! We read responses to last weeks’ question about adoption and fostering and talk about the ways we misunderstood what that process may look like. Jess talks a bit about the re-parenting work she is doing in her own li…
 
Surprise! This is a mid-week bonus episode!! Our Patreon supporter and close friend Ashley wrote this episode all about the environmental impacts of being one and done, and we thought Earth Day was the perfect time to release it. We chat about how to source clothing and baby gear from second shops or friends, and what to do with items as our only c…
 
In this episode, Jess interviews Julie Johnson of You Need A Counselor. They chat about the stigma around seeing a therapist, being one and done parents, and everything in between! Find episodes of You Need A Counselor wherever you get your podcasts. Be sure to follow us on Instagram and Facebook and email us your story to be featured on our show! …
 
Ben is a 23 year old insurance agent based out of the Seattle, Washington area. As a recent graduate of Oregon State, Ben was recruited by the Partners Group to work in insurance. Ben loves the ability he has to take an industry that can be commoditized by the media and to truly provided an advisor based approach to his customers. In this episode, …
 
Today marks 6 months since our very first episode ever aired AND it’s National Only Child Day! To top it all off, it’s episode 26 - Jess’s lucky number. In this episode, we bring humor, good spirits, and words of affirmation to our listeners’ advice, emails, and questions. We received a ton of responses to last weeks’ questions and will be spreadin…
 
In this episode, I visit with Macy O'neal & Nick Deatherage. Both Macy and Nick are master's students at Texas A&M University and have recently been recruited and choose career paths prior to graduation. We have a wonderful conversation focused on the process of choosing a career. Nick and Macy detail what someone should look for in a company when …
 
In this episode, Jess interviews Vanessa Gorelkin, an occupational therapist and mental health advocate. She is the parent of an only child and is able to speak with experience on how it feels when people make comments about being one and done. We talk about coping skills, comebacks, and how to preserve our relationships with others in this in dept…
 
Hello everyone out there! We are switching up the format of our podcast a little bit. So far, we have done our best to devote episodes to topics we thought were important for parents of only children. Now, we want to know what YOU want to talk about! Each week we will be taking questions or stories on a wider range of topics so that everyone’s voic…
 
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