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The Origins Podcast features in-depth conversations with some of the most interesting people in the world about the issues that impact all of us in the 21st century. Host, theoretical physicist, lecturer, and author, Lawrence M. Krauss, will be joined by guests from a wide range of fields, including science, the arts, and journalism. The topics discussed on The Origins Podcast reflect the full range of the human experience - exploring science and culture in a way that seeks to entertain, edu ...
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Tired of the same old nonsense in the aesthetics industry? Craving unfiltered insights to take your practice to the next level? Look no further than The Scalpel of Truth Podcast, hosted by Leisa Krauss, The Bitch'n Beautician. With three decades of experience, Leisa peels back the surface to reveal the truth behind medical aesthetics. Each episode dives deep into the hottest topics, delivered with precision and punch. From provocative Rant-a-roonies to practice growth strategies, The Scalpel ...
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Many of you will have been waiting for this podcast after my brief review of Annie Jacobsen’s new book Nuclear War: A Scenario on Critical Mass. I took advantage of our discussion to flesh out some of the harrowing details of her remarkable fictional account of a plausible 72 minutes which began with the launch of a single nuclear missile from Nort…
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This week on the show, Leisa tackles the delicate subject of employee turnover in medical spas. And, as a VERY special occasion, she’s joined by guest, voice of this show, and host of the fake alternate universe podcast, “The Spatula of Honesty,” her partner Chris Krueger. Chris brings extensive experience as a manager and director, working to deve…
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In this episode of "The Scalpel of Truth," we delve into the often-overlooked world of metrics and data in the medical aesthetics industry. The discussion explores: Why passion alone isn't enough to sustain a successful med spa Ten key metrics every practice should be tracking, from profit and loss statements to patient retention rates The potentia…
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Michael Turner has been one of the leading pioneers in the emerging field of particle-astrophysics: the effort to understand the large scale properties of our universe by exploring the fundamental microphysics that ultimately governed the earliest moments of the big bang. It has been an area in which most of my own research has been focused, so it …
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In this episode of "The Scalpel of Truth," host Leisa Krauss serves up a spicy critique of a seemingly innocuous practice: eating at the front desk of medical spas. With her trademark candor, Krauss dissects why this common habit might be more than just a faux pas: How a quick bite could bite into your business's bottom line The unexpected ways foo…
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This week on the show, Leisa takes aim at the lifeblood of any successful med spa: recurring revenue. She argues that a well-crafted membership program is the key to financial stability and patient loyalty. But we’re not talking about your average loyalty program. You’re a bougie, high-end med spa and you need a membership experience that will have…
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Jeffrey Sachs was the youngest tenured professor in Harvard’s history when he was promoted only a few years after receiving his PhD. And for good reason. He is one of the most remarkable intellects I know. I have always been amazed and the breadth of his reading and knowledge, and when I give him one of my physics books, he reads it in a day, and c…
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In this week's "Scalpel of Truth," Leisa Krauss takes aim at a significant issue in medical aesthetics: the state of practitioners' nails. With her no-nonsense style and sass, Krauss explains why well-manicured nails are more than just a superficial concern. Chipped, broken, or polish-worn nails, Krauss argues, erode patient trust and send a messag…
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In a summer-sizzling new episode of "Scalpel of Truth," the Bitch’n Beautician herself, Leisa Krauss, takes on the dreaded summer slowdown that threatens to leave med spas high and dry. Armed with three decades of industry know-how and a sharp tongue, Krauss dishes out savvy strategies to keep those appointment books packed and the cash flowing. Th…
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You’ve probably heard of Serotonin, or Dopamine. Those are the sexy neurotransmitters that get all the press. However, you have probably not heard of Glutamate. Which is a shame because it is probably the most important neurotransmitter in the brain, responsible in large part for its growth, and also its plasticity. Mark Mattson is a neuroscientist…
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This week on the show, Leisa Krauss, your Bitch’n Beautician, dissects the all-too-common issue of wasted downtime in medical spas. With a no-bullshit approach honed over 30 years in the biz, Krauss serves up a smorgasbord of tactics to transform those dead hours into money-making power hours. Krauss takes aim at the usual suspects—gossiping staff,…
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🍕 Attention med spa managers and owners: Put down the pepperoni and listen up! 🔥 In this oozy episode, Leisa Krauss, the Bitch'n Beautician, calls out the cheesy practice of using pizza parties as a substitute for proper employee compensation. 🍕❌💰 Leisa argues that while pizza parties have their place, they fall flat when it comes to recognizing th…
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I admit I was somewhat intimidated when the prospect of hosting Pulitzer-prizewinning journalist Charles Duhigg on the podcast was raised. What caused my angst was the subject matter we would discuss: Communication. Hosting this podcast has been a learning experience, in so many ways. Since listeners are very free with advice, especially when they …
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In the latest episode of "The Scalpel of Truth," host Lisa Krauss, known as the "Bitchin' Beautician," cuts through the niceties and gets down to the nitty-gritty of working with family members in the medical aesthetics industry. With her signature blend of sass, savvy, and a sprinkle of salty language, Krauss dishes out hard-earned wisdom from her…
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In this week's Rantaroonie, Leisa Krauss tackles a crucial issue in medical spas: lack of treatment room preparation. She explains why fully stocked and set up rooms are essential for providing a professional, high-quality experience. Bottom line? Stake the stink! In the competitive medical aesthetics industry, flawless preparation is a key differe…
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In our first sharp-tongued episode, Leisa Krauss, the Bitch’n Beautician, slices and dices the difference between "Paycheck Collectors" and "Business Builders" in the medical aesthetics industry. Brace yourself for some seriously salty language as Leisa unapologetically calls out the 30% of service providers, managers, and owners who she believes d…
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I have had the privilege of working closely with Frank Wilczek for over 40 years, on and off, and we have written perhaps a dozen scientific papers together over that time. Our collaborations together were always a source of joy, and often of wonder, and I am pleased to say that a number of them had significant impact on our fields of study. While …
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Tired of the same old nonsense in the aesthetics industry? Craving unfiltered insights to take your practice to the next level? Look no further than The Scalpel of Truth Podcast, hosted by Leisa Krauss, The Bitch'n Beautician. With three decades of experience, Leisa peels back the surface to reveal the truth behind medical aesthetics. Each episode …
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I first stumbled upon the journalist Katherine Brodsky, who has been a commentator and writer for various media outlets, when I heard about her new book, No Apologies: How to Find and Free Your Voice in the Age of Outrage. The title intrigued me but I admit I was a bit skeptical. Having written and spoken about co-called cancel culture in the acade…
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Irwin Shapiro is a remarkable human being by almost any standard. Following his education in physics at Cornell and Harvard, he had a job at MIT’s Lincoln Laboratory working on various problems in planetary dynamics, and radar ranging, when he went to a lecture and realized that a completely new phenomenon could occur in General Relativity that no …
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I first became aware of Jonathan Kay through his writing for the online magazine, Quillette. And for full disclosure, I got to know him better because he is one of their editors, and he has edited several of my own pieces for that magazine. Before that, however, I had been a fan of his writing, and was happy to be able to have an extended conversat…
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In mid October the Origins Project Foundation ran two public events in California. The second event was held at the Air and Space Museum in San Diego. I had asked my colleague Brian Keating, who teaches at UCSD and is a Trustee of that museum, whether he might be interested in doing a public dialogue together that we could later both broadcast on o…
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Greg Lukianoff is a First Amendment lawyer by training. During his education he began to see how, even among organizations ostensibly created to help protect free speech, how actual free speech was improperly being conflated with harassment or bullying. When he went to work as a legal director of the nascent Foundation for Individual Rights in Educ…
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Scott Aaronson is one of the deepest mathematical intellects I have known since, say Ed Witten—the only physicist to have won the prestigious Fields Medal in Mathematics. While Ed is a string theorist, Scott decided to devote his mathematical efforts to the field of computer science, and as a theoretical computer scientist has played a major role i…
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Richard Dawkins and I have appeared together onstage many times, been the subject of the documentary The Unbelievers, and have collaborated on various writing projects as well. Thus it may come as a surprise to you to learn that each time we get together, we find new things to discuss and learn from each other. It surprises us as well. This fall we…
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Carlo Rovelli is well known as a popularizer of science. His short book, Seven Brief Lessons on Physics, was an international bestseller. I have known Carlo as a physicist ever since he used to visit my Physics Department colleague, Lee Smolin, at Yale, when I was a Professor there. Carlo and Lee were part of a small group of physicists pioneering …
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I have been a fan of Robert Sapolsky’s for a long time. He is a creative force, with wide ranging knowledge, from primatology to neuroscience, and he is also a wonderful expositor of science. His previous book, Behave, was a wide ranging exploration of human behavior, at its best and worst. I have been wanting to do a podcast with him for some time…
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I have felt privileged to know the remarkable scholar Peter Singer as a friend and colleague for over a decade. We first met, I believe, in the context of atheism, but our discussions have ranged far more broadly, and his impact on my own thinking has been substantial. He and I engaged in a public dialogue in Arizona eight or nine years ago, and pr…
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I confess that Hakeem Oluseyi had not really risen on my radar screen until the last year or two. I was aware of the National Society of Black Physicists, having sometimes gotten notices about is meetings, but, being generally unsupportive of current efforts to compartmentalize scientists by their identity, I hadn’t really paid much notice to it. T…
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As promised at the beginning of this month, here is the first of two “Best of” selections from the Origins Podcast. I apologize that this hasn’t come out sooner, but the lazy days of August caught up with all of our production team. In any case, here, on the last day of August (in all US timezones), enjoy this collection of great clips from many of…
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I have admired Bart Ehrman’s writing for more than a decade. I remember how profoundly reading Christopher Hitchens’ God is Not Great reminded me of how little I had really understood about the scriptures. For me, Bart Ehrman took over from there. I recalled reading his 2014 masterpiece How Jesus Became God, which made it clear that the modern West…
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