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Women Better at Business Than Men, says Business Coach for Women


SYDNEY, Australia August, 2012 – Women might still be subjected to lower wages than men or glass ceilings for senior roles, but women entrepreneurs who decided to leave the corporate arena and start their own business are steadily making their mark on the business landscape. And one male business expert is openly admitting that female business owners have better attitudes than men when it comes to administering and managing a business.

“I have found that women tend to do business more from a win-win point of view with a focus on customer satisfaction and increasing the overall size of the market rather than stealing market share,” says David Solomon, business coach for female entrepreneurs and Director of Quiddity. While he acknowledges some men can have this point of view too, David offers his business coaching services exclusively to women due to these characteristics and the balance “like yin and yang” he finds as a male business coach for women entrepreneurs.

When asked why he decided to focus on supporting women business owners, David reveals that women tend to be more holistic than men. David takes a holistic approach to coaching and bases so much of what he does on holistic practices that he finds providing business advice for female entrepreneurs who are more open to spiritual conversations more rewarding. “Not everything in business is about business,” he says.

“Women are by and large more openly spiritual and they tend to be more in touch with their emotions. I find it much easier to have these conversations with women than men,” David explains.  “With women I’m able to be me and I love having that ability to connect person to person for the higher purpose of building their business and helping them create a life that they love,” he adds.

David’s business coaching company Quiddity has been in operation for over nine years so he knows a thing or two about running a successfull company. Formerly known as Solu Plus, Quiddity aims to bring soul to business by helping women entrepreneurs build Higher Purpose Businesses. For women entrepeneurs who are finding their business more like “work” than something they enjoy, David can introduce new business processes that allow the entrepreneur to do what they want to do in their business and help them enjoy the business again. For testimonials of women who have achieved just that, please visit


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