What is the We Should All Be Millionaires Book Tour Bundle?
When I released my book, We Should All Be Millionaires: A Woman’s Guide to Earning More, Building Wealth, and Gaining Economic Power, I went on an EPIC virtual book tour, bringing together some of my favorite minds, voices, and friends to celebrate at Black-owned independent bookstores throughout the country.
Lucky for you, we recorded all of my tour stops. That means all the deep questions, thoughtful answers, game-changing epiphanies, and mic-drop-worthy proclamations are yours to soak in.
Get ready for some serious inspiration — so you can start making the money you know you deserve.
What comes in the Bundle, you ask?
6 recordings of incredible nights of hearty laughs, so many stories, and so much #BlackGirlMagic.
If you order a hardcover copy of We Should All Be Millionaires between August 15 – August 22, 2021, and submit your receipt, you’ll get access to the Book Tour Bundle.
The Bundle includes recordings from all 6 tour stops, including exclusive interviews with extraordinary guests diving into topics around normalizing Black wealth, activism and capitalism, self-care, women and ambition, and so much more.
Demystifying money & oppression with Sonya Renee Taylor
“Part of the psychological warfare of these systems of oppression is that they make you think the thing that they’re keeping away from you is the thing not worth having”
— Sonya Renee Taylor
Sonya Renee Taylor is a best-selling author, award-winning performance poet, spoken word artist, speaker, humanitarian and social justice activist, educator, and founder of The Body is Not An Apology movement.
She is a thought leader who has enlightened and inspired organizations, audiences and individuals from boardrooms to prisons, universities to homeless shelters, and elementary schools to some of the biggest stages in the world.
Sonya joined Rachel for a powerful discussion on money and capitalism, leading a team free of exploitation, and demystifying money at Cafe con Libros — the only Afro-Latinx woman-owned intersectional feminist bookstore in Brooklyn.
Normalizing Black wealth with Rachel Cargle
“As Black women in particular we know that we have other things to take care of besides just building a brand, and that our pursuit of this wealth is with the intention and understanding in mind about how it would exist in our community.”
— Rachel Cargle
Rachel Cargle is an Akron, Ohio born public academic, writer, and lecturer. Her activist and academic work are rooted in providing intellectual discourse, tools, and resources that explore the intersection of race and womanhood.
She is also the founder of Elizabeth’s Bookshop & Writing Centre, where she got together with Rachel Rodgers to discuss the attitudes around Black wealth and why open discussion around money needs to be normalized.
They shared why you need to banish shame around money, how they run profitable businesses while taking care of their employees, and why being in alignment with your work helps you make money in the long run.
What it takes to build a 9-Figure business with Rebecca Minkoff
“Sometimes we think all of the genius we need is outside of ourselves and that we don’t have the ability to navigate whatever challenges come our way. As an entrepreneur, you’re gonna have challenges… Self trust is a big part of it.”
— Rachel Rodgers
Rebecca Minkoff’s modern bohemian designs are inspired by strong, confident and powerful women who embody the effortless, free-spirited lifestyle.
She established the Female Founder Collective, a network of businesses led by women who invest in women’s financial power across a socio-economic spectrum by enabling and empowering female-owned businesses.
Rebecca joined Rachel at The Lit Bar — the ONLY Afro-latina owned indie bookstore in the Bronx — for a discussion on women starting businesses, building wealth starting with little to nothing, and some of the problems women often face when scaling their businesses.
Growing an audience, gaining sponsors, and taking risks with Glo Atanmo
“Jealousy is a sign that you know you’ve been denying your dreams.”
— Glo Atanmo
Glo Atanmo is a creative entrepreneur and online educator, venturing to over 80 countries across 6 continents and telling the stories of destinations around the world.
She's landed features in Forbes, Oprah Magazine, Conde Nast, Essence, BBC, and is the host of “The Glo Show” podcast. She's the founder of The Social Educators Academy, helping people leverage their social platforms to make a difference and make a living.
Glo joined Rachel at L.A.’s Reparations Club bookstore to talk about joy, jealousy and risk taking in entrepreneurship, life-changing travels, and how to keep showing up to build the life you want.
Real strategies women are using to build wealth right now with Farnoosh Torabi & Sallie Krawcheck
“It’s really important to know your ‘Why?’ behind your path to wealth, and that’s different for everybody.”
— Farnoosh Torabi
Farnoosh Torabi is a multi-bestselling Financial Author, Contributing Editor to Time Magazine’s NextAdvisor, CNBC host, and creator of the Webby-nominated podcast, So Money.
Sallie Krawcheck is the CEO and Co-Founder of Ellevest, owner and Chair of Ellevate Network, and former president of the Global Wealth & Investment Management division of Bank of America.
Farnoosh, Sallie, and Rachel got together at one of DC’s independent Black-owned bookstores, Solid State Books, for a powerful discussion on knowing your “why” on your path to building wealth, investing, turning towards your money, and two fundamental ways you can make money.
Gaining wealth and influence with Nicole Walters
“We run into a problem when money becomes how we understand our own value in the world… I was dope at $20,000, and I was dope at $200,000, and Imma stay dope at $2 million.”
— Nicole Walters
Nicole Walters is a former top-selling corporate exec who quit her six-figure sales job in front of 10,000 people, took what she knew, and built a million-dollar business in one short year.
She is professional motivational speaker, corporate trainer, and self-made power woman.
Nicole joined Rachel at 44th and 3rd Booksellers, a Black woman-owned bookstore based in Atlanta, for a raw and honest discussion on how they both make their money, becoming a well-paid influencer, the trauma of poverty, and how instilling your values into your brand will benefit you in the long run.
Get Your Book Tour Bundle Right Here
To access this incredible Book Tour Bundle, upload your proof of purchase for one hardcover book purchased between August 15 – August 22, 2021,
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WE SHOULD ALL BE MILLIONAIRES
Here’s what you’ll find inside the book:
- Why you’ve struggled to build wealth in the past…and no, it’s not because of your daily latte habit!
- Why it’s absolutely possible to become financially secure even if right now you have a 400 credit score, crushing debt, and your financial life is a hot mess.
- Strategies to increase your income, right now, no matter your current profession, and no matter what’s going on in the economy.
- How to start making million dollar decisions—decisions that bring you prosperity, peace, joy, wealth in all forms.
- The crucial ingredients you need if you are serious about becoming a millionaire: including your million-dollar vision, million-dollar squad, million-dollar marketing plan, and more.
- A step-by-step plan to bring you from “here” to “earning 7 figures” within 3 years. (Whether you’re aiming for 7 figures or not, this plan will get you earning more than before!)
- An eye-opening history lesson on how women (all women, and especially women of color) have been shut out of the ability to build wealth. And how we can fix this.
- Why earning more money, as a woman, is not “selfish” or “greedy” but in fact, a revolutionary act that brings the economy into balance and creates a better world for all.
A personal note from the author, Rachel Rodgers
I want you to have more money than you’ve ever had before.
Because when you have more money, you have more options in life.
The option to buy a beautiful home. The option to send your kids to the best schools.
The option to own a Chanel bag (if you want to!), fly first class (let’s be honest, who doesn’t want to?), become a philanthropist, or anything else you want to do.
More money = more options. And I want you to have unlimited options in life.
I want you to know what it feels like to have seven zeroes in your bank account and hold serious financial power.
I want you to become a millionaire.
And I wrote this book to help you get started.
It’s time to say “goodbye” to money stress and start making bank, so you can become the wealthy badass you’ve always wanted to be.