#94 social freezing mit julia bosch i tiktok-verbot i digita

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Im “Catchup” geht es um den Claim des FC Viktoria, nicht gewinnen, sondern etwas ändern zu wollen, um digitale Unterschriften und die Stellschrauben, die 360 Grad Feedback effektiv machen.

Im “Deep dive” ist Julia Bösch zu Gast, die über das in Deutschland noch sehr tabuisierte Thema Social Freezing spricht. Dabei werden einer Frau unbefruchtete Eizellen entnommen und eingefroren, um später die Chance auf eine Schwangerschaft zu erhöhen. Lea und Verena sprechen mit ihr über den Prozess, die Kosten und über Scham in Kinderwunschkliniken. Wieso ist sie mit dem Thema an die Öffentlichkeit gegangen und was muss passieren, damit noch mehr Frauen die Möglichkeit eröffnet wird, auf diesem Weg ein Kind zu bekommen?

Bei “Was bewegt uns” geht es um das potentielle TikTok-Verbot in den USA und um ihre Haltung dazu, Kinder und Jugendliche in sozialen Medien verstärkt schützen zu müssen.

In der Kategorie “Empfehlung der Woche” stellen die beiden eine App vor, die euch wirklich hilft, euren digitalen Konsum zu beschränken.

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“You should start thinking about kids at your age! Your biological clock is ticking!” When we talk about fertility, there’s one section of the population that’s consistently subjected to fear mongering: the people with the ovaries. But is that worry backed up by data? Should we be stressed out about sperm too? Scientist Joe Osmundson divulges his own fears and findings on the journey to save his sperm, and Mona breaks down the scientific, cultural, and psychological elements that have shaped the way we think and talk about fertility.

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 Enya Seguin is the Head of BabyChecker – a smartphone-based ultrasound probe that uses AI to automatically detect pregnancy risk factors. It is created for resource-limited settings and designed for community health workers.

In this conversation we follow Enya’s journey from when she first moved to the Netherlands for University, her experience working in Kenya, and how she was able to bring the first platform to engage health professionals and seekers in Africa.

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from nike to fertility with ronit menashe, co-founder and ce

Description:

Sharing her story today is the Co-Founder and CEO of WeNatal, Ronit Menashe, who is channeling all of her Israeli ‘chutzpah’ to tackle the fertility crisis experienced worldwide. Ronit, the second oldest of four siblings born to entrepreneurial parents, began her career with a Nike internship and quickly worked her way up the ranks. However, her desire for a more purposeful line of work combined with a tragic personal experience led her to leave the corporate world behind to found WeNatal, where she is now helping couples bring new life into the world! 

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In This Episode You’ll Hear About: 

  • [03:25] How her upbringing and the dynamics in her family formed the foundation for her desire to become a businesswoman.
  • [12:01] Her educational journey and the origin story of her 15-year corporate career.
  • [16:54] Why building relationships is the key to entrepreneurial success. 
  • [18:24] Invaluable lessons that she learned during her time working at Nike and Hurley, and the factors that enabled her to progress up the ranks very quickly. 
  • [21:40] Two pivotal moments in her career that were foundational to the founding of WeNatal. 
  • [24:48] The tragic personal experience that was the impetus for the founding of WeNatal.
  • [28:38] Statistics that highlight the extent of the fertility crisis that is being experienced across the world. 
  • [32:50] The educational mission of WeNatal that complements their vitamin supplement products. 
  • [38:55] The convenience and sustainability elements that make WeNatal stand out. 
  • [44:01] The highs and lows that WeNatal has experienced in the past 11 months and what the future holds.

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Quotes: 

“They say, ‘Don’t put all your eggs in one basket,’ but I actually say, ‘Put all your eggs in one basket.’ Or maybe two or three if you want that extra insurance.” — Ronit Menashe [0:16:09]

“When we think now of WeNatal…and why it’s been so successful organically, it’s really because of the power of the relationships I have built throughout my life.” — Ronit Menashe [0:17:30]

“Just build relationships because you never know how these people around you will be able to add value to your life at some point.” — Ronit Menashe [0:17:52]

“You have to ask for what you want in your career.” — Ronit Menashe [0:20:49]

“The role that was probably the most pivotal in giving me the foundation to launch WeNatal was when I worked with Dr. Mark Hyman.” — Ronit Menashe [0:23:04]

“My biggest learning from the Dr. Hyman experience was the importance of education and content when it comes to connecting with consumers.” — Ronit Menashe [0:24:03]

“50% of miscarriages happen because of sperm quality.” — Ronit Menashe  [0:26:12]

“With antioxidants you can really reverse the effects of the everyday stress that damages sperm.” — Ronit Menashe [0:26:34]

“There is a huge fertility crisis going on…one out of five couples are having trouble conceiving in the first year. 1 out of4 women are having miscarriages. And then on the men’s side of things specifically, sperm counts are on the decline.” — Ronit Menashe [0:28:39]

“A man today has 50% less sperm than their grandfather.” — Ronit Menashe [0:29:02]

“Our company goes beyond just the supplement. We are really there to empower people with education.” — Ronit Menashe  [0:32:50]

“Relationships are everything.” — Ronit Menashe  [0:51:02]

“Do what you love and it will never feel like work.” — Ronit Menashe  [0:52:32]