Jennifer Love is the CEO of One More Woman — a fast-track, high-performance, educational and advisory community helping women entrepreneurs take the stress out of the money equation so they can effectively raise, make, manage and give money. As a serial entrepreneur with 17 years of experience, Jennifer has consulted with and helped companies raise more than $100 million, including one client that have landed a deal worth $600,000 on the hit TV show Shark Tank. Her ongoing mission? To help increase the number women entrepreneurs in the world create and effectively manage businesses that have at least $1 million in revenue or more in a year. How? By helping 20 million women over the next 10 years to get access to capital, learn how to scale their businesses, and know how to confidently walk into any room of potential investors–no matter who’s in that room–and own it while knowing their self worth.


Jennifer also talks the importance of owning your gift and your purpose — that thing that keeps calling you or presenting itself to you. For her, it was about the need for her to step up and support women on their entrepreneurial journey. Listen to this episode for more great insight from Jennifer on embracing your power, and getting support for your business.


On this episode you’ll learn:

  • How to handle it when investors cross the line (insults, sexual harassment and more).
  • Why it’s one thing to believe you can do it or what you’re pitching, but it’s another to fully feel it.
  • The strategy of using “Yes, and…” when faced with questions from investors about your business.
  • Why, as women, we underestimate our abilities, and we need to say, “Yes, I can do this,” more often.
  • How to turn what others see as failure into a lesson that helps get you where you want to go.
  • How to find inspiration in unexpected places.

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Some numbers Jennifer wants you to know:

  • Only 3% of all VC money goes to women-owned businesses.
  • Only 7% go to companies with women on the board.
  • Only 10% of SBA government loans go to women.
  • Only 14.4% of bank loans go to women.
  • Of the SBA and bank loans that go to women-owned businesses, most are significantly less than businesses owned by men.



VISIT Jennifer Love at

Give and Take (Penguin Books)
Soul Camp adult sleep-away camp
LoliWare edible utensils
Nibmor organic chocolate company




[Music: “Someone Else’s Memories” by Revolution Void]