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It can and should be managed for successful outcomes. I call him the Deming of Innovation because, more than anyone else, Tony has turned innovation into a science.
That additional clarity further enables us to develop and deliver solutions that provide real customer value, as well as deep, ongoing benefits to my organization and me.
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Women do not make eggs throughout their lifetime. Instead, they are born with the amount they will ever have stored in their ovaries.
Every month, some are lost due to a variety of biological reasons, while one or two are released for fertilization. Should one or both ovaries and the eggs it contains become damaged or diseased any time during her life, it can greatly affect her chances of ever bearing children.
The Eggs Without healthy viable eggs, a woman has a zero percent chance of getting pregnant or giving birth to a healthy baby.
Eggs are made up of some important factors including its Chromosomes, which contain the genes that will determine what your baby will look and act like; whether it will be short or tall; healthy or not; fat or skinny; and so much more. Miss one or two 27 Page 27 chromosomes and your baby with either have a serious malady or you will miscarry. But, first, it must get there, travelling by way of the fallopian tube, which connects each ovary to the uterus.
Without healthy tubes, the egg can neither become fertilized since a blocked tube will prevent the sperm from getting to it in the first place , or make its way to the safety of the nourishing womb.
Tubes can be damaged in several ways, with the most common culprits being infection or endometriosis. While both tubes do not have to be clear in order to get pregnant, your chances of conceiving are reduced if one is damaged or blocked in any way. Her Menstrual Cycle If all of your reproductive organs are not working properly, they can affect your menstrual cycle and your ability to get pregnant.
Meanwhile in the ovary, a dozen or so antral follicles fluid filled sacs surrounding the egg , begin to grow. It is during this time that at least one egg matures. This is called the proliferative phase of the uterus. In normal cases, one follicle grows faster than the others, producing more estrogen, causing FSH to decrease and the smaller follicles to stop growing. This signals the pituitary gland to release an LH surge, which makes the egg inside the dominant follicle mature.
Step Two This causes the follicle to burst, releasing the egg which is picked up by one of the fallopian tubes. This is called ovulation.
Step Three If all goes as planned, the mature egg will meet up with an eager sperm, resulting in an embryo that will now begin to travel down the fallopian tubes, toward the safety of the womb, where it will implant and grow for the next nine months. Step Four 29 Page 29 The leftover part of the follicle, now called the corpus luteum, now begins to produce progesterone, an important chemical to help the embryo implant properly in the lining of the uterus where it can grow.
If an egg fails to implant here, the uterine lining will begin to break down and your monthly flow will begin again. It usually takes about days for your body to mature an egg and release it. Ovulation for most women usually takes place between the 10th and 14th day after the start of their last period.
Understanding the importance of consistent ovulation is an important factor in determining why you may be having trouble getting pregnant. For instance, if you are getting your period 12 days or less after you ovulate, you may not be making enough progesterone to support a pregnancy. In contrast, if your cycles are very long, or even irregular, you may not be producing eggs often — or even at all!
Timing Is Everything Remember, when it comes to getting pregnant, timing is everything, which is why it is so important to understand your menstrual cycle. Most of us have been taught that ovulation occurs around the 14th day so we should be having lots of sex between days 12 and Ovulation usually occurs 14 days before your period begins.
So, if you have a 28 day cycle, then you can expect to ovulate on day 14 like the average woman. To better your chances of getting pregnant, be sure to study your periods; figure out when you actually do ovulate and then make sure that you get busy during the right time of the month! Without healthy male reproductive organs even a woman who can easily conceive will not.
No, not really, as long as the penis is big enough to get the sperm into the vagina and up toward the cervix.
Impotence or an inability to either have or sustain an erection can make it difficult to create a pregnancy. Other problems can occur when the penis is not formed correctly.
There are two main variations that can cause problems getting pregnant: Hypospadias — affects about one in men. It is caused when the opening is on the underside of the penis. Epispadias is caused by the opening at the top of the penis, and is much rarer only affecting one in , men. It is vitally important for the testicles to be kept a few degrees cooler than 98 degrees for sperm to develop properly.
The Sperm Without sperm there would be no babies. Without enough of them your chances of becoming pregnant lessen. According to Hill, Carnegie shared his success secrets with him and connected him with over of the most successful people in the world to learn their secrets, too. Basically, Napoleon Hill claims that the most successful people had strong sex drives and the ability, discipline, and self-control to react to their sexual urges by engaging in non-sexual, productive actions, like exercising, eating better, and working harder to impress the object of their desire.
Unsuccessful people, on the other hand, had little self-control and reacted to sexual urges with destructive physical expressions. It even came with a sheet to order more copies. The book flew off the shelves. I paid considerably less for my copy, and you can, too, unless of course, you want to grab one of the original 5, A mastermind is a group of two or more people working together to help each other reach a goal. In a mastermind group, each person benefits from the education, experience, influence, and perspective of the others.
That helps everyone accomplish more, and faster, than they ever could alone. This principle changed my life. My problem with the mastermind principle was that, although I had run masterminds as a coach with my mentor, I had never started my own and had nobody in my life who would want to start one with me. I decided to send a few cold emails to some bloggers I followed and asked if they wanted to start a mastermind group with me.
A few others joined us.