When competing in the world of business, entrepreneurs often find that their professional lives end up being very time consuming. With energy channelled thusly, building a relationship can become a second priority. But we at EliteSingles don’t think it needs to be that way. We introduce you to Kiwi singles who understand ambition – streamlining the dating process and meaning that, if you’re a busy executive, dating gets easier with us. Why not try it today?
Dating as an executive: balancing work and love
Forbes writer Paul Brown claims to have “never met an entrepreneur who has achieved a work-life balance”1 and indeed, entrepreneurs’ professional lives are more time-consuming than most. With time and energy channelled into business building, personal relationships can become a second priority – after all, with the 50-hour work week now being the minimum for many an executive, dating time can get put on the back-burner.2 But if there was a way to strike a balance? What if you could succeed in your professional and in your dating life?
EliteSingles – here to make executive dating easier
In fact, many executives are finding that dating succefully is indeed possible; it just becomes a matter of looking in the right place. For those whose leisure time is limited, it makes sense to streamline the dating process. This is where EliteSingles can help. Our members understand what it is like to have business priorities. Indeed, with an average age range of 30 – 55, many are in the prime of their careers; meaning they appreciate the efforts needed to find a work/life balance. In other words, if you’re an executive who wants to meet vibrant singles who understand ambition, then EliteSingles is the right choice.
How business skills can better your love life
Entrepreneurial types may find that online executive dating suits them in terms of time, but as it happens, they may also find themselves at an advantage in the dating game. We spoke to Huffington Post columnist and entrepreneur Neely Steinberg on just this topic, identifying the key entrepreneurial characteristics business-owners need to apply to their personal lives in order to achieve dating success.3
Her basic idea? That taking ownership of a relationship and applying an entrepreneurial attitude means it’s easier to “feel inspired, more excited, and more motivated” when it comes to executive dating. For Steinberg, people that “see their dating experiences as purposeful” are the ones that succeed in love. This is something that is a nautual fit for the executive mindet: indeed, the ”curiosity, drive and spirit typical of successful entrepreneurs must be part of a relationship to make it last long-term.”
If you’re ready to deploy your entrepreneurial skills online then join EliteSingles today to connect with someone special. Otherwise, read on for more of Steinburg’s expert insights into the world of executive dating:
1 Paul Brown, writing for Forbes Online, 2013. ‘If you want to be a successful entrepreneur, there is no such thing as a work-life balance’, Found at http://www.forbes.com/sites/actiontrumpseverything/2013/07/14/if-you-want-to-be-a-successful-entrepreneur-there-is-no-such-thing-as-work-life-balance/#3fd7c1ac1aad
2 Nicola Brennan-Tupara, Louise Risk and Jenna Lynch, writing for Stuff Business, 2012.. ‘No rest for the wicked‘, Found at www.stuff.co.nz/business/money/7841749/No-rest-for-the-wicked
3 All Neely Steinberg quotes from a 2013 interview with EliteSIngles