Welcome to the 206th episode of the Inc. Uncensored podcast. Hosting this week is Inc.'s executive director of editorial, Jon Fine.

I offer details behind the latest book from co-founder and former Thinx CEO, Miki Agrawal. Her new book, dubbed Disrupt-Her, is both ambling and unapologetic. Agrawal left her period-proof underwear startup in 2017 amid a series of allegations about sexual misconduct and impropriety. This "manifesto for the modern woman" is her first project since the tumult.

Next up, Inc.'s San Francisco bureau chief Jeff Bercovici explains why he's not on Facebook or Twitter anymore. In this digital world, giving up social media is not an easy task. But are the results worth it?

And finally Inc.com assistant editor Cameron Albert-Deitch gives the lowdown on flu season etiquette, also known as "how to tell your obviously sick employees to go home, nicely." Turns out, a company with sick workers loses more money than if they took the day off.

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