This book explores one company’s journey to achieving a successful Friday’s Off transition, full of ideas, anecdotes, case studies and practical implementation tips for other business owners. This is not a love story in any sense other than to say, it’s about a business owner ‘loving the fact’ that they are getting part of their life back.
The journey of Greg and his company ‘Current Kings’ through the first 90 days of the transition process was not easy. It was not easy because any form of change to our established way of doing things never is.
This book should answer most of the questions you have as a business on how to achieve that outcome.
Steve’s book ‘Friday’s Off’ is a structured and practical guide to a business owner and their management team on how to maximise their true potential to work together and create an awesome business. I found the steps easy to understand, follow and implement. The addition of many supportive tools was great. I highly recommend this book to any entrepreneurial business owner looking to build a more self-sustaining business where the emphasis is more on ‘we’ and less about ‘me’.
This book is a bible for business owners and leadership teams. There are countless years of Steve’s wisdom showing throughout. The real-life journey of a Brisbane based employer brought the story to life and honestly shared their trials, tribulations, and triumphs along the way. The content was easy to consume with short chapters and lots of examples. I rarely finish books, but this one kept my practical interest to the very end.
The Friday’s Off book gave me real practical tips on how to combine the best of people and the best of process to help improve my business in a far more sustainable way. The practical steps including the many tools and tips provided me with the confidence to step back and concentrate more on working on and improving my business, rather than simply working in it. I am now less fearful and have more confidence to make the changes I always suspected needed to be made.