This week’s podcast features two guests, Gary Hirshberg and Meg Hirshberg. Gary is the founder of Stonyfield Yogurt and Meg is the author of the book, “For Better or For Work.” Listen in as they share their stories of starting their businesses, living the entrepreneurial lifestyle while managing the familial and relationship struggles that come with such a lifestyle. Gary and Meg provide insight on how they were able to make their relationship work and how you can improve your relationships as well.
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Meg Cadoux Hirshberg is the founder of The Anticancer Lifestyle Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to promoting evidence-based lifestyle transformation for cancer survivors.
Meg was a freelance non-fiction writer, whose work appeared in Yankee, New Hampshire magazine, and the Boston Globe magazine, among other publications. In 2009, she began writing a regular column for Inc. magazine called “Balancing Acts” that explored work-life balance and the intersection of family and business in an entrepreneurial setting.
Gary Hirshberg is Co-Founder and Chief Organic Optimist of Stonyfield Farm, the world’s leading organic yogurt producer, and the author of Stirring It Up: How to Make Money and Save the World (Hyperion, 2008).
Gary frequently speaks on topics including sustainability, organic agriculture, and the profitability of the green business. Gary serves on several corporate and non-profit boards, including Blue Apron (meal kits), Forager (plant-based dairy alternatives), Orgain (organic nutrition) Peak Organic Brewing (craft beer), and UNreal (natural and organic chocolates), as well as an Advisory Board member for Applegate (organic and natural meats) and Handsome Brook Farms (organic pasture-raised eggs).