Or designate an hour each evening devoted to chatting with interesting matches on your favorite dating app.You can also put those entrepreneurial skills to work for you, organizing others who work solo to join you for regular happy hour meetups once a week.We’ve created a list of tips to make dating just a bit easier for home-based business owners. Designating time to actively look for love is important.Rather than scarfing down a salad in front of your laptop at home, head to your local coffee shop and strike up a conversation with a stranger.As every home-based business owner knows, running a business is seriously time consuming and working at home can make it pretty challenging to turn off work mode.Plus, the lack of a formal office setting with coworkers instantly reduces the chances of connecting with new potential matches. It’s too easy to keep yourself “on the clock” 24/7 when you’re running a business out of your home.With a little effort, you can make your relationship work.
We take pride in our business savvy, professional and personal resilience, and ability to multitask on a daily basis (as well we should! And yet as an infopreneurial coach, I often hear from single launching ladies that the dating world doesn’t exactly celebrate their choices.
Remember, you’re an expert at taking initiative and turning nothing into something.2. You know how they say, “if you tell people you’re on a diet, you’re more likely to stick with it?
” If you tell the important people in your life that you are looking for a relationship, you can guarantee that they’ll be checking in and encouraging you (maybe even a little too much! They may even know a great catch they can set you up with, so don’t be shy about getting the word out.3. Instead of signing up for every dating website and dating app, pick 1 or 2 that best fit your lifestyle.
Yet, when it comes to romantic relationships, we still struggle to make it happen in love. “Today’s women just don’t seem to understand you have to leave the office at the office,” says Maya Ezratti, a relationship coach and owner of Rewarding Relationships.
Ask the growing army of high-earning women and they will say men are intimidated by their professional and financial success, making it difficult to date and marry. “You can’t treat your husband, boyfriend or date like an employee.” Fewer Americans are married today than at any point in at last 50 years, according to a 2011 Pew Research study.