Adam Garone, Co-founder of Movember, discusses the ten-year anniversary of the company's campaign to raise awareness about men's health. The event focuses on prostate and testicular cancer, as well as suicide prevention. Movember recently launched the "Movember Rated Barber Program" with the goal of educating barbers about how to have more serious health-related conversations with their clients. Garone digs into the special relationship that men have with their barbers, who they see many times a year and who often serve as psychologists. Garone adds that the organization has raised over $800 million in its 10-year existence, with the ultimate goal of inspiring men to be better husbands, fathers, and sons. We dig into the taboo surrounding men's mental health and the organization's focus on suicide prevention. Men are nearly 4 times as likely to commit suicide than women. Garone adds that men and boys are not taught to be vulnerable or to express their emotions. He wants to change the conversation around that. Movember, he notes, is about "conversation inspired by the mustache."