There is one group of people that is always in your tribe, your family. If you are an entrepreneur, or passionate about your career, it has a huge effect on your family. In our next free Mega MashUp call, Dave Logan will explore the intersection of family and business in an entrepreneurial setting with Meg Cadoux Hirshberg, author of For Better or For Work: A Survival Guide for Entrepreneurs and Their Families
In For Better or For Work
Meg explores her experiences as the wife of the founder of Stonyfield Yogurt. The book builds on the column “Balancing Acts” that Meg began writing for Inc. magazine in 2009. Meg is a dynamic communicator and social innovator in her own right.
Join us to discover just how important core values are in successfully and sustainably charting the entrepreneurial path with those who are most important – your family – for your success and for the success of your enterprise.
Recorded: October 30, 2012
About Meg Hirshberg
Meg grew up outside New York City. She received a bachelor’s in comparative literature from Brown University and a master’s from Cornell Agriculture School. After working on an organic farm in California, running a science-education garden for elementary-school children, and managing an organic vegetable farm in New Jersey, she married Gary Hirshberg, founder of Stonyfield Yogurt, in 1986. The couple has three children.