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If you're tired of all the buzzwords, boosterism, mythologizing, the cult of overwork in the world of startups, it's easy to feel like the oddball in the room. We're here to share the real stories of today's business bootstrappers: the makers who make their money with products and launches instead of client pitches and hourly consulting.
 
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Thursday night’s presidential debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden tackled an array of issues, including health care and immigration. The panel discussed how the two candidates sparred on top issues and how they are appealing to the concerns voters have in the final days before Election Day.…
 
Thursday night’s presidential debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden tackled an array of issues, including health care and immigration. The panel discussed how the two candidates sparred on top issues and how they are appealing to the concerns voters have in the final days before Election Day.…
 
This week I've got a quick brick for you today, on the topic of bosses. One of the things I don't think we talk about enough is how the bosses we've had inform the bosses we become, and that includes becoming our own bosses too. A few weeks back I had the chance to sit down with Lauren Williams from Workplace Harmony and the host of a very fun show…
 
In this episode, Dr. Karl Hansen reviews a recent ASRM Practice Committee guideline on unexplained fertility. Dr. Hansen is Professor and Chair, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and the James A. Merrill Chair in Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. To…
 
This week, the Senate held confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett. On our Extra, guest Jane Mayer of The New Yorker discussed how the hearings are part of a years-long effort spearheaded by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and donors to conservative causes to reshape the federal judiciary.…
 
This week, the Senate held confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett. On our Extra, guest Jane Mayer of The New Yorker discussed how the hearings are part of a years-long effort spearheaded by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and donors to conservative causes to reshape the federal judiciary.…
 
This week The Tiny MBA podcast tour comes with a twist! Isn't there always a twist? Is it still a twist if you know a twist is coming? I guess M Night Shyamalan would say so.... ANYWAY. I'm bringing you an episode from a brand new show called "Grow the Show" by my friend Kevin Chemidlin and his podcast company, Cue 9 productions. As you might imagi…
 
On ASRM Today we get the latest on the most recent ASRM COVID-19 Task Force Update #9 from task force member Dr. Christos Coutifaris. Click here to review the latest update to the Patient Management And Clinical Recommendations During The Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic To view all of ASRM's COVID-19 Resources, please visit https://www.asrm.org/cov…
 
This week we're taking a break from the Tiny MBA podcast tour to bring you a very special conversation with a very special guest: Nilofer Merchant. Nilofer comes with some serious credentials: She's worked as an executive and strategic consultant at massive companies like Apple, Adobe, Autodesk, Nokia, and many more She's shipped 18 Billion (with a…
 
In this episode Dr. Anne Steiner sits down to talk about putting together the latest journal from Fertility and Sterility, F & S Reviews. If you would like to subscribe and read F & S Reviews, please visit the website at https://www.fertsterreviews.orgBy ASRM, American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Anne Steiner
 
Today we discuss the origins and mission of Acacia Roots with Director Andrea Deuring! Acacia Roots provides grants to help low-income students cover insurance co-payments, coinsurance, deductibles, or other financial barriers that prevent them from accessing much-needed services. We want to disrupt inequality and give individuals the tools they ne…
 
Over the last few weeks, I have been visiting podcasts all across the internet, talking with entrepreneurs and creative people, just like you. And this time, I took a virtual trip to India to visit to my friends Mayur and Shai-zada on the Remote Explorers Podcast where they talk about remote work and more generally, the culture of work. In the full…
 
In this episode, Dr. Amy Sparks discusses the upcoming Postgraduate Program at the 2020 ASRM Virtual Scientific Congress & Expo and what's in store for attendees. She is the chair of the Postgraduate Program. Dr. Amy Sparks is Clinical Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology - Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, Director, In Vitro …
 
On this episode of ASRM Today we talk with Dr. Steven Spandorfer, the Chair of the Program Planning Committee, about the courses and other information members need to know about the upcoming ASRM 2020 Virtual Congress! Dr. Steven D. Spandorfer is an Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Medicine at The Ronald O. Perelman…
 
Over the last few weeks, I have been visiting podcasts all across the internet, talking with entrepreneurs and creative people, just like you. And this time, I paid a visit to Will Toms and the REC Philly community here in Philadelphia. REC - which stands for "resources for every creator" - is a pretty incredible community and resource center geare…
 
What does it mean to exist as yourself within a pandemic? On this episode, we explore self-actualization, our anxieties, and how we are showing up - all while dealing with a very odd world around us. We are joined by Founder/CEO of the Mind + Body Initiative, Eike Daube, ACSW! Eike discusses her work as a wellness coach and the challenges she's exp…
 
Over the last few weeks, I have been visiting podcasts all across the internet, talking with entrepreneurs and creative people, just like you. We'll not necessarily JUST like you, because you might have noticed that these last few conversations have been visits to podcasts hosted by dudes! Thankfully, I was able to end this white-male-podcast-host …
 
This episode of ASRM Today is a special preview of Fertility & Sterility On Air, a new podcast from Fertility and Sterility. This in depth and engaging podcast will tackle new issues of F&S with an expert panel of hosts. Please enjoy this preview episode of Fertility & Sterility On Air and look to subscribe to them soon. Read Fertility and Sterilit…
 
Over the last few episodes, I've been visiting podcasts all across the internet, talking with entrepreneurs and creative people just like you to talk about some of their favorites tidbits from my new book, The Tiny MBA. In THIS episode I visited with Tony Lopes on the Self Made Strategies Podcast, where he explores modern collaboration, craft, and …
 
On ASRM Today we get the latest on the most recent ASRM COVID-19 Task Force Update #8 from task force member Dr. Jennifer Kawwass. Jennifer Kawwass, M.D. is Medical Director and Associate Professor in the Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at Emory Reproductive Center. To read the ASRM Patient Management and Clinical Recommendat…
 
Over the last few weeks, I've been visiting podcasts all across the internet, talking with entrepreneurs and creative people just like you to talk about some of their favorites tidbits from my new book, The Tiny MBA. In THIS episode I visited with Matthew Arnold on the Iowa Idea podcast, where he explores modern collaboration, craft, and persistenc…
 
Everything is theoretically impossible, until it is done. --Robert A. Heinlein On today’s episode of ASRM Today, we have a lively talk with the Editor-in-Chief of the new journal F&S Science, Dr. William Catherino. Dr. Catherino is a Professor with Tenure and Chair of the Research Department for the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the A…
 
Over the last few weeks, I've been visiting podcasts all across the internet, talking with entrepreneurs and creative people just like you to talk about some of their favorites tidbits from my new book, The Tiny MBA. In today's episode, I visit with Brendan Hufford from the SEO for the Rest of Us podcast to talk about some of his favorite lessons f…
 
"PCOS is actually the most common endocrine disorder among reproductive age women. In 2010, according to the WHO it estimated 116 million women worldwide have PCOS." - Jennifer Knudtson, M.D. It has been 30 years since the National Institutes of Health issued criteria on polycystic ovary syndrome or PCOS and we talk about the most recent updated gu…
 
"It does seem to hold true that ICSI is beneficial when you fertilize eggs that have been previously cryopreserved because there are some changes that occur in the zona pellucida and the structure of the egg itself." - Denis Vaughan, M.D. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection or ICSI is a micromanipulation procedure in which a single sperm is injected d…
 
Over the last few weeks, I've been visiting podcasts all across the internet, talking with entrepreneurs and creative people just like you to talk about some of their favorites tidbits from my new book, The Tiny MBA. And today I'm sharing an episode from a live stream that I did with Ken Rimple and Becca Refford at Chariot Solutions, an enterprise …
 
How do you go from promising that you will NEVER set foot in a gym to teaching fitness classes? Jamiah Bennett talks about her journey to loving herself and her body through fitness, her experience with mental health, and what it's like to graduate college during a global pandemic. Also discussed are tips for getting started with a movement routine…
 
Hope you're safe, hope you're well, hope your loved ones are well, hope you're finding ways to stay sane and of course, finding ways to keep stacking the bricks to build your own product business. Over the coming weeks I'm going to be adding new episodes to the Stacking the Bricks feed to highlight conversations that I've been having across the int…
 
"We know now that this is not going to be a short-term event but something that's going to last for a while. So we obviously want to base our decisions on the best quality data that comes out and there are new studies literally every day being published." - Jodie Dionne-Odom, M.D. COVID-19 cases continue to surge. ASRM has issued a new update of th…
 
"So the question is, why do we need to dilute the submissions by sending some of them to another journal? But in reality over the past few years the acceptance rate at Fertility and Sterility has dropped so much that there's really lots and lots of very good science that has to go elsewhere." - Richard J. Paulson, M.D., M.S. It has been seventy yea…
 
"I'm not seeing a patient who is Asian. I'm not seeing a patient who is Hispanic. I'm not seeing a patient who is of African descent. And it may not necessarily hit you [that] a lot of times you aren't seeing them because of the fact that they can't get to the door - either because they can't afford your services or because there is a stigma in the…
 
"So the stakes are very high when you store cryopreserved embryos, eggs, sperm, testicular tissue, ovarian tissue, but even higher stakes when you cryopreserve and store tissue from cancer patients." --Sangita Jindal, Ph.D. In 2018, there were a number of notable failures of cryostorage which caused concern for patients and program safety for IVF i…
 
"One of the biggest challenges that PGT (preimplantation genetic testing) has presented to the field of IVF is this phenomenon of mosaic results - these results that neither clearly normal nor clearly abnormal but somewhere in between." - Emily Mounts, MS, CGC Mosaicism is very challenging topic and there are many unknowns that clinicians deal with…
 
The role of genetic counseling in reproductive medicine is complicated. There are misunderstandings about how genetic counseling works. In this episode, Jill Fischer, the Director of the Genetic Counseling program at Kean University discusses misconceptions about genetic counseling.By ASRM, American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Jill Fischer
 
Why is it important to tell stories about mental health? Today on the podcast, we're joined by Payal and Ankur Kela of ReLyfe, who talk about their mission to help people share their stories. Topics covered include vulnerability, why friends are the first line of mental health defense, and how important coffee is to the creative process. Follow Rel…
 
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