Deliver Your News to the World

Business Mentors Help Women Entrepreneurs Achieve Success and Maintain Work-Life Balance


SYDNEY, Australia March 2012 – Many experts have different opinions about what people should do to succeed in business - what resources are the most important, what skills are needed, how to promote – but the one thing most successful businesspeople agree on is the importance of a mentor.

Motivational speaker Jim Rohn once said, “Formal education will make you a living; self education will make you a fortune.” American author, entrepreneur and public speaker Tim Ferriss was dumped by his girlfriend when she left a plaque saying “The work day ends at 5” on his desk. That’s when he knew he needed to make changes and he believes his current success and freedom wouldn’t be possible without the guidance of his mentor. Successful businesspeople like Tim Ferriss and Jim Rohn are firm believers that life coaches and business mentors make it easier for ordinary people to live the life they have always wanted. Mentors and business coaches willingly share their experience to help others succeed in their career and life in general.

David Solomon used to be in a job he hated and then he decided to do what he loved – help women entrepreneurs be able to do what they love. David created Quiddity, which focuses solely on helping female entrepreneurs, and he believes a business coach and mentor should act as an additional member of the organisational team, instead of providing ‘arms-length’ advice with little hands-on support.

A firm believer in balance, David believes that his experience and skills are the perfect balance to a woman’s entrepreneurial spirit and together, like Yin and Yang, they can build a successful business while the business owner maintains her work-life balance. Why women? David’s passionate about a holistic and fair approach to business, which he has found more prevalent in women.

“I have found that women tend to do business more from a win-win point of view. I believe that better business is done by people who are playing win-win and I want to provide my support to that type of spirit,” says Quiddity business coach and mentor David.


 Female entrepreneurs
 Women entrepreneurs
 Work-life balance
 Business mentor
 Business coach for women

This news content may be integrated into any legitimate news gathering and publishing effort. Linking is permitted.

News Release Distribution and Press Release Distribution Services Provided by WebWire.