Stephanie Breedlove

About Stephanie Breedlove

Stephanie Breedlove is a thought leader who helps entrepreneurs understand how to create a business with economic impact. She has spent a career walking the walk of a woman entrepreneur, building an integrated life of family and high growth business. Women owned businesses contribute only 3.8% of total U.S. revenue and employ only 6% of the workforce. “Let’s not leave more on the table than we should. Let’s not settle. Let’s believe that developing our talents to the fullest is good for us, our families, society and the economy.” Stephanie speaks on the subject of women entrepreneurism and the need for growth and greater economic impact.

The Church of Small Steps

“One small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.” When Neil Armstrong walked on the moon and spoke these words, it was transformative. It was anything but “one” or “small.” Executing that first successful U.S. mission to the moon was composed of thousands, and maybe even millions, of small steps and victories. A [Read more]

By |April 27th, 2017|Steph’s Stories|0 Comments

4/20/2017 Edition of Entrepreneurs Should Know

Last week we celebrated National Equal Pay Day. The federal government announced this week that it is bringing official charges against Google for unequal pay for women. And the tone of the articles the past 2 weeks seems to be focused on doing the right stuff to take the right next step. The stuff [Read more]

By |April 20th, 2017|Entrepreneurs Should Know|0 Comments

Building a System Is a Directive for Success

Hello All In community! Today’s wisdom comes to you from Cody Butler, Founder of HEAT Bootcamp & Personal Training. Cody’s successful boutique business model is scaling from a single location to a franchise model. He has become a true believer in the importance of systems for maximizing success – quality, efficiency, growth and profitability [Read more]

By |April 13th, 2017|Tips from the Community|0 Comments

4/6/2017 Edition of Entrepreneurs Should Know

Articles for entrepreneurs over the past two weeks have been focused on tangible tips and how tos that can be put to good use at the daily level, and Forbes dominated the value proposition. Very tangible tools and guidance for all entrepreneurs in this edition. Knowing is half the battle. Enjoy!



6 Ways [Read more]

By |April 6th, 2017|Entrepreneurs Should Know|0 Comments

What is Being All In, and Why Is It So Important?

Are you all in in business and in life?

The 1% Mindset Shift

Being all in is a 1% mindset shift, just a small shift, that is the difference between thinking and executing at a good level or at a level that takes you everywhere you are capable of going. It is critical to the entrepreneurial journey, [Read more]

By |March 30th, 2017|Steph’s Stories|0 Comments

3/23/2017 Edition of Entrepreneurs Should Know

Last week we celebrated International Women’s Day. Half the population swelled with pride, and many took a stand for stronger progress. For me, it was a reminder that we haven’t reached equality and parity when we need a day just for women. It should also be a reminder to all that it is simply smart [Read more]

By |March 23rd, 2017|Entrepreneurs Should Know|0 Comments

Why Desire Matters at Work

Hello All In community! Today’s wisdom comes to you from Kristen Wheeler, Founder and Creator of Native Genius. Kristen shares her valuable and unique methods for finding your innate talents, your right path, and how to capitalize on all her methods have to offer. It’s genius. Thank you Kristen!

When people hear about my work, Native [Read more]

By |March 16th, 2017|Tips from the Community|0 Comments

3/9/2017 Edition of Entrepreneurs Should Know

The entrepreneurial news the past 2 weeks has returned to a focus on strategies and steps for success. It feels as if we are beginning to focus less on the angst of the political landscape and more on the business of building businesses. And, it feels good. Great stuff in this edition for growing knowledge [Read more]

By |March 9th, 2017|Entrepreneurs Should Know|0 Comments

How to Grow Financial Skill to Grow Financial Capital

No Sugar Coating, Let’s Start with Tough Talk

A study of 2500 entrepreneurial companies, conducted by Xero, found that 65% of business failures are due to financial mismanagement. Financial knowledge and accountability is a critical responsibility of every founder for success. Yet when it comes to financial matters, too many entrepreneurs make erroneous assumptions about the [Read more]

By |March 2nd, 2017|Steph’s Stories|0 Comments

2/23/2017 Edition of Entrepreneurs Should Know

The entrepreneurial news the past 2 weeks has had a strong focus on women. The articles are not just written for women but for all participating in the entrepreneurial ecosystem. The themes are less inspirational and more data-based to help inform on the impact women will have on the trajectory of entrepreneurship. Great stuff for [Read more]

By |February 23rd, 2017|Entrepreneurs Should Know|0 Comments


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