What This Author and CEO Can Teach Us About Perseverance

Warrenton, Apr 7, 2020 (Issuewire.com) - Below is a press release/ media report / social media report regarding Stephanie Whitmoyer who has overcome every burier that has attempted to stop her in her tracks from achieving her goals.  When most would have given up she found a way to maneuver around it. Coming from an upbringing of having very little money to eat or keep the lights on, to an MS diagnosis, to her husband losing his job with AT&T of 30 years with only 23 days shy of being retirement eligible; she has persevered....persevered with the belief all things are possible!

Stephanie Whitmoyer is a Warrenton, VA based Author and CEO of Belvedere Delectable's; A Gourmet Side Dish and Dessert Company. As with all inspirational leaders, Stephanie is using her trials for triumph. You see it wasn't good enough for Stephanie to launch the best decadent and delicious gourmet side's company with food that will make you drool.

She plussed it. Stephanie wanted purpose behind her brand with the establishment of an MS Fund were part of her sales is donated to help find a cure.

Moreover, she felt a strong desire to share her road of twists and turns, dead ends and failures with the hope that her story could impact others to keep pursuing their dreams no matter what obstacles lay ahead.

In her thought-provoking autobiography, Don't give up, it's always the last key on the keyring that works, Whitmoyer takes you on a journey where she intimately shares her personal experiences of learning to overcome as well as a collection of short stories of several well-known entrepreneurs you will surely recognize.  All of which have a common theme of never giving up.

Even when the odds are not favorable, there is something to be said for pushing through.  Described best in Ch. 4, "Getting bk up when u fail, getting back up when you fail a second time, getting bk up when f-l a third time. Getting bk up no matter what".

Her determined spirit and can-do attitude ingeniously shine through, leaving you feeling motivated and empowered.   

Something we can all use right about now!

***Book Release Date Announced Soon***


At the age of 34, Stephanie was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.

Here is her reality:

From time to time, she loses the ability to walk

She has a walker, a wheelchair and cane

She has a movement disorder that is closely related to Parkinson's.

She has multiple lesions on the brain and spinal cord

One of those lesions has damaged a part of her brain that makes it seem as if she's 80 years old.

Despite all this and a conglomerate of other life-happenstances,

She has built a company out of thin air and has Authored her first book.

Not one to take up residence in self-misery she is a firm believer in the law of positive attraction.


Media Outlets that Interviewed have interviewed Stephanie

OANN-Chanel Rion: TV Interview

TECN TV: Radio Interview

Cowboy Logic-Donna Fiducia -: Radio interview

Kim Kennedy: Radio Interview

Joe Messina: Radio Interview

Sam Sorbo Show: Radio Interview

Carla and Company: Radio Interview

The Hard Question: Radio Interview

Politichicks: Written Article



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