Entrepreneurs need to be ambitious to be successful. But all too often, this go-getter mentality is both a blessing and a curse at home. If you struggle with balancing your family and business life, this was written for you. Family 2.0 offers a customizable roadmap to help you reboot your family, shared with touching sincerity by an entrepreneur, husband and father who has been there too. Let’s face it: You’re fed up with your family life. No, you aren’t exactly miserable, but you’re definitely not happy either. And it’s starting to drive you crazy. Whether it’s a lack of communication, respect, or love, something is preventing your family from being truly happy and aligned. It never feels like everyone is on the same page and you’ve been struggling to get along. You’ve tolerated it for a long time, but now you’re sick of it. You want to create a better life for you and your family. You’re ready for something to change. You want your family members to get along better, communicate more, and each individually reach their full potential. You’re eager to foster a more trusting and loving environment at home. You aspire to have more meaningful relationships with everyone, and to understand each person on a deeper level. More than anything, you want to be excited to go home to your family—especially after a long day of work. Realizing the distance between your family’s daily reality and your vision of what your family could be can be exhausting. And as an entrepreneur, this battle between balancing your business and loved ones is all too common. If it isn’t your wife giving you a guilt trip about all the work trips you’ve been going on, then it’s your daughter asking tearfully why you don’t want to spend time with her. Or maybe it’s your husband, who feels completely disconnected from you because you’re connected to your emails all the time. Almost all entrepreneurs have been in your shoes, and yet few are willing to talk about it. It’s time for that to change. In Family 2.0, this sensitive—and extremely important—issue is addressed head on. Written by serial entrepreneur, husband and father Jay Feitlinger, this book shares the highs and lows of the author’s own experiences of trying to balance running a business and prioritizing his family. Through touching personal stories, and an actionable roadmap you can use immediately, the takeaway is clear: you can still be an entrepreneur, and not sacrifice your family in the process. Dealing with family challenges may not come as naturally to you as business does, so business analogies are used throughout the book to help you better relate to each topic. The author also walks you through how certain business skills can improve your relationships. After all, you already have what it takes to strengthen your family; you just need to approach things a bit differently. By taking readers through personal anecdotes and activities (complete with corresponding worksheets), you will walk away with actionable, fun ways to inspire your family and create a fresh, strong start together. Family 2.0 is completely customizable for your unique family and needs. You can go through the process in one day or four days. You can choose to make a trip out of it, or enjoy it from the comfort of your own home. You can adapt it to any family structure and any set of circumstances. However you choose to tailor the roadmap to you and your loved ones, this process can help you achieve the balance and peace you’ve been seeking. Once you’re done going through this journey, you won’t just have a fulfilling career; you will finally have a fulfilling life.