Too many women entrepreneurs aren’t pricing their products and services properly. Yes, I’m probably talking to you. I’d be willing to bet that most of my MDB listeners aren’t charging enough for their work. And if you’re not charging enough for your work, I bet
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For successful entrepreneurs who also care deeply about social issues, it can often feel like there’s a contradiction between building personal wealth and achieving wider socioeconomic equality in society. The tension between these two things has become very familiar to today’s guest, activist, speaker, and
In this episode, I’m talking about the concept of loss aversion and how it keeps so many people stuck in a scarcity mindset when it comes to making money. I’ll share some of the lessons I’ve learned about loss aversion in my own business. And I’ll tell you about how I shift my mindset to focus on how to earn what I need to in order to do what I want, rather than worrying about saving what I already have.
Here’s the Recap: Ever wondered how entrepreneurs can start a successful business while working a full-time job and maintaining financial flexibility? At times, it can seem impossible. However, today’s guest is living proof that it’s not only possible, it’s a plausible reality. Find out more
Here’s the Recap: Published author, international keynote speaker, entrepreneur, and poet. Is there anything Jadah can’t do? Find out in this latest episode where Rachel interviews someone who truly embodies the promotion of women in business. From $42,000 in debt to three successful businesses, Jadah
Here’s the Recap: In this week’s episode, we’re talking about resiliency. Specifically, the resiliency of my amazing friend Sylvie McCracken, who went from being a single teenage mother living on the streets of Buenos Aires to running her own seven-figure business. I’ve found that at
Here’s the Recap: In this episode of the Million Dollar Badass Podcast, host Rachel Rodgers welcomes a panel of guests to discuss the importance of financial independence among women. Liz Dennery Sanders, Sylvie McCracken, Shanee Howard and Emma Pattee round out this panel of stellar