That one font alone is taking over 6.6 seconds to load. If you have to use this font, I’d highly recommend taking advantage of W3TC Pro’s Full Site Delivery feature and use a CDN so this asset is stored in a faster location.
It looks like you also have that font stored locally in your wp-content directory, but it’s being enqueued with http:// instead of https:// so browsers are blocking it. You might consider using a plugin like Really Simple SSL to make sure all your links are secure. Once you can load that font from your own site, you can remove the reference to the onlinewebfonts .com server.
If you’d like us to take care of your configuration, you can also purchase a Performance Audit service directly from your dashboard, in Performance > Support > Performance Audit & Consultation or Plugin Configuration.
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