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Australian Female Entrepreneurs Seeking Help of Holistic Business Coach for Women to Regain Work-Life Balance


SYDNEY, Australia March, 2012 – With the stress of business, family and daily life making female entrepreneurs more time-poor than ever, more and more working women are turning to mentors or coaches for help with their business or personal life. Business coaches have found that women in particular are more receptive to advice and open to the idea of having an experienced and knowledgeable business coach as part of their team.

David Solomon, Business Performance Strategist and Director of Quiddity explains, “I find that women take on advice a lot more readily. They will really think through the issues they are dealing with. Many women have great business ideas but lack either the confidence or skills to implement or move forward. Business coaching is more rewarding with women as they are very open to expert advice and guidance in their businesses.”

David has been observing human behaviour in business for over 30 years. As a co-owner of a medium-sized HR firm, David identified what was holding most female entrepreneurs back.  He decided to follow his personal ambitions of assisting these women, and left the firm to establish Solu Plus so he could work one-on-one with clients who were on the cusp of taking the next step into greatness. About 18 months ago David realised he was passionate about empowering women entrepreneurs so Solu Plus was re-branded to Quiddity with this business vision: “To bring soul to business by helping women entrepreneurs build Higher Purpose Businesses.”

David relates, “Years ago I was interested in bringing soul to business but it wasn’t a very easy thing to discuss, especially amongst men. At Quiddity I work extensively with creative female entrepreneurs running small to medium businesses. In particular, women in business who are typically spread too thin and have to be hands on in their business “doing it all” with little or no support. What I do is help make their business work for them (not the other way around) so they have time for themselves, their families, their passions and to work on the business, not in it.”

David’s hard work pays off as his clients only have glowing praises for his work. Karen Ridge, Owner of Food and Wine Travel gushes, “I am always looking to improve what I am doing and David’s messages struck a chord with me, particularly that he prefers to work with women entrepreneurs. We are indeed a different breed! Upon chatting with him I found that he offered some incredibly valuable insights and feedback, for both myself and for the business. Sometimes it’s the smallest observation or comment that can lead to a breakthrough and propel you to the next level. Over the course of just a short time with David, that is exactly what I found and my business has taken off into the stratosphere.”


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