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I am on a mission to help people build wealth—primarily those who have been historically excluded.
I’ve seen over and over again that doing things our own way works.
When I was a lawyer first starting out, I knew I didn’t want a prominent position at a fancy law firm because I was so over the toxic culture that rules in those institutions. So I decided to open up my own virtual law firm. And it worked for me, to the tune of $600,000 of annual revenue. But that wasn’t enough, so I transitioned to coaching other women, which has turned my six-figure business into Hello Seven. (Literally, that’s the name of the business.)
I’ve learned how to play the game of success by my own rules. And my mission is to help you define your own success and chase after your goals on your terms.
This is the part where you start to think, “But Rachel, there’s no way I can earn a million dollars, even with your help.”
And this is where I’m going to tell you that you are absolutely wrong.
The reason you’re not a millionaire— yet— isn’t because…
You're not capable
You’re not smart enough
You’re too loud or too quiet.
You didn’t get good grades in college
You don’t have enough experience.
You're too black or your butt is too big (can a person ever be too black? Can a butt ever be too big? The answer to those questions is no and no.)
And it’s certainly not because you’re not talented enough.
Those are not the reasons you’re not wealthy.
This guide delivers the 10 behaviors that are essential to becoming amMillionaire. Because we should all be millionaires.
Rachel Rodgers is the author of We Should All Be Millionaires: A Woman’s Guide to Earning More, Building Wealth, and Gaining Economic Power, a Wall Street Journal bestseller with more than 1,000 five-star reviews.
She’s a Black woman, mother of four, entrepreneur, investor, and self-made millionaire. Rachel’s mission is to teach historically excluded communities—including women, people of color, disabled people, and LGBTQIA+ folks—how to stop underearning, start making serious money, and build generational wealth.
Rachel shares her insights on money, wealth, business, investing, mindset, and success on platforms like Good Morning America, The Drew Barrymore Show, The New York Times, Business Insider, Women’s Health, Cosmopolitan, Forbes, Entrepreneur, Fast Company, and more.
She lives with her family on a 52-acre horse ranch that she bought with her own money. She is currently working on her second book (which will be released by HarperCollins Leadership in 2023).