They think it is all about her business when it really represents an opportunity to take their relationship to new levels.
Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) October 13, 2007
Too many women are striving for success alone. They see their home business opportunity as a way to make a huge difference for their families and their significant other is not interested in participating. For many women, this lack of support leads them to give up on their business and their dreams. Gaining the support of a partner can greatly contribute to a successful home business. To recognize partners that are supportive, an annual Spouse of the Year award was created.
"Many men don't realize the opportunity they have at their fingertips," says Mark Semple, a personal coach who helps couples be more supportive and achieve success together. "They think it is all about her business when it really represents an opportunity to take their relationship to new levels."
According to Semple, when a man does not express interest in her business, it results in hurt feelings and has an impact in the relationship as a whole. Essentially, it is seen as how he feels about her. Relationships are living entities and need positive energy and input to thrive. Although no woman actually needs a man in order to be successful, sharing the journey makes it more fulfilling and builds a stronger relationship.
Some men do see the opportunity and know the rewards of being supportive. The 2007 Successful Together Coaching Spouse of the Year award was presented to Saffery Keohohou. Saffery is husband and supporter of Nicki Keohohou - CEO and Co-Founder of the Direct Selling Women's Alliance.
It is not just a one-sided problem. There are ways in which she can actually be causing the lack of support.
For more insights into giving and gaining support in home business, contact Mark Semple CCC.
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