Sydney Business Coach for Women Unveils Antidote for Superwoman Syndrome
SYDNEY, Australia October, 2012 – The number of women suffering from ‘Superwoman Syndrome’ is on the rise, with moderm women now in charge of both the home and either their work or a business, the result is a Superwoman who is overscheduled, overworked and overstressed – someone who has lost all sense of a work-life balance.
This trend towards women ‘doing it all’ or doing too much is also having a detrimental impact on their health. Almost 6 per cent of American women, that’s 7.5 million adult women, report using prescription medicines for a boost of energy, a dose of calm or other non-medical reasons, according to the latest numbers from the National Institute on Drug Abuse.* and Australian women are well and truly following in their American sisters’ footsteps.
This is alarming news. It’s alarming because the Superwoman syndrome is a reality and unless women find a better way to cope, the statistics on women who turn to prescription drugs for help will continue to rise. www.quidditybusiness.com.au/
Business Performance Strategist, David Solomon, specialises in mentoring women in business and says that, “Women entrepreneurs who suffer from the Superwoman syndrome overwork themselves for an immeasurable amount of time. A ‘Superwoman’ at home might be unable to strike a balance between life and work, putting strain on her relationships with others. At work, a woman entrepreneur with Superwoman syndrome might lose sight of the vision for the business, and, as her business is going nowhere, it feels like a spiral of despair.”
As Director of his own Sydney business coaching firm, Quiddity, David understands the impact that the ‘doing it all but not doing anything properly’ approach can have on business. It is David’s passion to mentor women entrepreneurs, who he believes have a win-win approach to business, to avoid the Superwoman syndrome and even help beat it, if that’s what’s necessary.
David’s one-on-one mentoring and coaching sessions provide the antidote to the Superwoman syndrome. According to some happy female entrepreneurs who have worked with David, the sessions produce “clarity of vision” as David provides guidance and business tools to help women manage their time and bring the right people to the team. David’s Sydney business coaching sessions result in renewed self-confidence and self-assurance – a woman entrepreneur who is in control and has the business skills to effectively balance work and life. To find out more about the ‘Superwoman syndrome antidote’ visit www.quidditybusiness.com.au/.
- Contact Information
- David Solomon
- Business Performance Strategist, Director
- (61) 02 9994 8999
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