Here are 10 things I've learned about the unique experience of dating an entrepreneur: Be prepared to have a lot of “me” time.
Sometimes you read a book, or you listen to a sad song, and you want to talk to someone, but he is not there.
It is possible to date a workaholic if you're prepared to talk through the issues, develop ground rules together that both of you are happy to keep, and find compromises that both of you can live with.
I’m guessing there are other readers out there that feel this way, especially when both people are working in the same field, firm, company, etc.
How do we deal with this competitive nature so that it doesn’t destruct an otherwise perfectly good relationship?
M Scott Peck said that two people love each other only when they are quite capable of living without each other, but choose to live together.
Yes, your boyfriend may be an accomplished professional, or even public figure, but you should not be intimidated by what he does.
There's a reason why power couples exist; when you spend enough time with someone who is so determined to accomplish a career goal, there's no doubt you'll become just as focused on your career, too. You are in the best environment to motivate yourself to become a career badass as well.
We've all had those friends and significant others who just don't stop calling or texting you, even during the week when it would be clear to anyone else that you're be busy with work or school.Instead of being complacent with your job, your SO's unyielding work ethic will urge you to focus on your career.Just as misery can breed misery, success can breed success. When you are with your SO who can't seem to “turn off” work mode, remember to take advantage of it.We recently talked about a job for which we both wanted to apply, and that conversation didn’t really go well.I almost wish one of us could find a different area of practice, but I don’t think either of us should make that sacrifice.We all know someone who never leaves the office, literally or figuratively.