I have heard the same story countless times from single female CEOs.
Typically, women view men who exhibit the classic entrepreneurial traits of grit, tenacity, strength, and leadership as desirable partners.
But in the years I've been talking to entrepreneurs, I've discovered an opposite and equally insidious stereotype that is battering women's romantic prospects.
The same woman who can't persuade a VC she's tough enough to build a business can't persuade a guy she's sweet enough to build a relationship.
Dating can be beyond painful, and when you are busy, it is easy to blow it off.
Or else they’re opting for Plan B — waiting for love to just show up on their doorstep. My beats include health (with an emphasis on cancer prevention, treatment and survivorship) and lifestyle and singles issues, but I also love writing about history, natural history, pop culture and TV/film.But where are the articles with the insight on improving my personal life?When you are an entrepreneur, you learn quickly that if you are not careful work can take over your entire life. My entrepreneur friends and I are constantly discussing (and complaining) about the on-going struggle that is dating.I spend a good amount of time scouring business blogs and magazines to find tips and tricks that will help me grow my company.I am constantly inundated with articles about keeping clients happy, upping my sales and streamlining my accounting process.