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Are you ready to fill your life with more peace, power, and joy?

We Should All Be Millionaires details a realistic, achievable, step-by-step path to creating the support, confidence, and plan you need to own your success and become the millionaire the world needs you to be.

Only 10 percent of the world’s millionaires are women, making it difficult for women to wield the economic power that will create lasting equality. Whatever is stopping you from having seven figures in the bank - whether it’s shaky confidence, knowledge gaps when it comes to wealth-building tactics, imposter syndrome, a janky mindset about money (it’s okay, we’ve all been there!), or simply not knowing where to begin - this book shows you how to clear every obstacle in your way, show up, and glow up.

We Should All Be Millionaires will forever change the way you think about money and your ability to earn it.

In this book, Rachel Rodgers - a Black woman, mother of four, attorney, business owner, and self-made millionaire - shares the lessons she’s learned both in her own journey to wealth and in coaching hundreds of women through their own journeys to seven figures.

Inside, you’ll learn:

  • Why earning more money is not “selfish” or “greedy” but in fact, a revolutionary act that brings the economy into balance and creates a better world for all.
  • Why most of the financial advice you’ve heard in the past (like “skip your daily latte to save money”) is absolute patriarchal nonsense.
  • An eye-opening history lesson on how women and people of color have been shut out of the ability to build wealth for centuries - and how we can fix this.
  • How to stop making broke-ass decisions that leave you feeling emotionally and financially depleted and start making million-dollar decisions instead.
  • Why aiming to earn $100K per year is not enough, and why you need to be setting your goals much higher.
  • Strategies to bring more money in the door and fatten your bank account immediately. (Including Rodgers’ $10K in 10 Days Challenge, which hundreds of women have completed - with incredible results.)

It’s time to construct an entirely new attitude about money, claim your power, and build the financial security that you need and deserve - so you can stop just surviving and start thriving. Let’s begin. 

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

©2021 Rachel Rodgers (P)2021 Thomas Nelson

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A good book but...

I don't want to come across as insensitive. I work in the DEI space and am deeply aware of the struggles of BIPOC community. I'm an immigrant myself (albeit white) who moved across the ocean alone at age 16. However, I think Rachel overdid it with "white guys this, white guys that" references in order to cater to her audience. I have a genuine question - isn't saying things like "...isn't it beautiful to have a quote about habits that's NOT from a white guy" odd at the very least? This is just a quote from the last "bonus chapter" that I can remember off top of my head but that was the attitude throughout the book. Let's not forget that "white guys" are not just Johns and Jims born in well-off American families. I speak for many friends and relatives, also immigrants, who are white but have struggled with discrimination when it came to things like having an accent - something that Rachel doesn't have. I don't think we should be normalizing this kind of language. You can't be advocating for one minority group and completely ignore the other (unless Rachel doesn't know that the world is bigger than the US), making generalizations about white men and bashing them. This really left me with a bitter aftertaste after finishing this book.

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Want to feel empowered? GET THIS BOOK!

Are you a woman who thinks making more money is a dream? Are you a marginalized woman who thinks that dream is beyond, beyond acquirable? Rachel Rodgers is insightful and super empowering. Her narration style could use some coaching BUT do not be put off by the way she reads this book aloud. You will NOT be disappointed by the content. You will get used to the narration. The way in which she imparts her knowledge is incredibly full of wisdom and practical advice. I cannot recommend this book enough. You will never stop being inspired by every single word! I hope she opens up her million dollar club to more members soon, because she is sure to need to expand SOON!

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FROM WHAT I SAW FROM HER TALKS I WAS INTRIGUED BY HER AND HER KNOWLEDGE. I FOUND HER RANTING A LOT ABOUT WHITE MEN, AND MADE ME FEEL OUT OF PLACE I GUESS. WE ARE ALL ONE AND IN THE END THOSE WHITE MEN THAT CAUSED HER CONFLICT GAVE HER THE GIFT OF LEARNING TO GROW REGARDLESS OF CIRCUMSTANCE.

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Sharing this with EVERYONE

I am blown away by the difference this book has made in my motivation to unapologetically build true wealth. Thank you Rachel for this amazing book. I laughed and found myself shouting YES!! multiple times as I feel moved by the stories shared & the action steps recommended. On my way to Hello 7!

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  • 2022-02-08

Completely Life Changing

This book was inspirational, motivating and funny all in one. I feel like this Rachel lived a parallel life to me and my own experiences as a child. She was honest and real about her journey to success. It has moved me to follow my dreams and do well for myself and those who matter most. One day I plan on using her as a mentor and being apart of women who kick ass in business!

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Love this book

This book is truly an inspiration to me and women of color everywhere. Such a good read.

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great info

Good info and inspiring. Great for keeping you accountable. Some things were things I already knew, but it's great how she grew her business so much.

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Eye opening

This book taught me a lot. I hadn’t even gotten to the end and decided to invest in myself and my business. Super inspiring with incredible tips. Loved Rachel’s book so much that I moved onto her podcast. That is great too. I definitely recommend this book to those who are itching to grow their business and mindset towards money.

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Not to bad

the last an hour and 45 minutes didn't play on my side I am not sure if this was everyone else's problem too. but over all it was a good book.

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love this book. this book is definitely for all women but especially black women who want to become millionaires but need to step out of their own way!

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  • 2021-05-26

Some Good Content In Between the Opinions

The first half of this book is the author bragging about her own success and telling you why you should listen to her. It’s filled with anecdotes, political opinions and “studies” that are unabashedly cherry picked just to justify the author’s opinions. The second half finally delves into some really good content about action steps for starting a business along with a great challenge to motivate immediate action. There are some great lessons learned as well as dos and don’ts that are quite valuable. This book really should only be half the length, but if you can get through the political opinions and autobiographical fluff, there are some great nuggets for an aspiring entrepreneur.

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  • 2021-07-09

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I really want to like this book, but ultimately the history story falls flat, as the narrator (the author) is so monotone and boring. It ultimately feels like I'm listening to a history lecture in high school. Where is the passion?!

I have been binge-listening to entrepreneur books for 3 months, and this is the first time I can't finish one. I wish I could ask for my money back.

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Inspiring, actionable, and not just for entrepreneurs

I’m not an entrepreneur, but I am a woman and an executive leader of a $20mil non-profit. Rachel called me out in Chapter 1 on my nonsense “money story” — that was just the beginning of her telling me the truth and I am so here for it. I may not run my own business but I know I will use Rachel’s thought work and Million Dollar Behavior to help guide my executive leadership decisions. I’ve now bought multiple copies of the hardcover version for some women in my life who I know could benefit from Rachel’s message.

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Boom!

Every woman should read this book. Educate yourself about the history of our relationship with money, and start writing a new legacy of wealth now.

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Actionable and inspirational

Rachel did her homework! I loved that this was equal parts statistics, inspiration, real life stories, and actionable advice to make more money now. Rachel, thank you for this gem!!

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  • 2021-06-07

Wonderful material, wonderfully read

A great mindset book! Not only does she give great tips on how to increase your income, she gives you new millionaire thoughts to replace the stinking thinking that is so common for women. I feel motivated to get out there and conquer the world!

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  • 2021-09-12

Didn't care for all the "white man" references.

Decent book, but didn't care for all the negative "white man" references. Stopped listening after the 4th chapter.

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  • claire
  • 2021-05-18

Everyone Should Read This

Amazing book. I listened to it straight through . So many gems that I was able to implement immediately. It left me feeling encouraged and motivated. I’m on my way to becoming a millionaire!

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  • Jasmin
  • 2021-08-30

Excellent

I read the book via audible, and it was great! Motivational and provided execution plans! I take a way the daily 7 habits. Second, hiring a personal assistant to do the things you dislike doing, and house chores to give you time to think for bigger executions. Thank you!

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  • LisaWinnie
  • 2021-06-24

Great book-get it now

I will be listening to this again and again. I really liked that Rachel wasn’t robotical, it was very much like she was speaking directly to me in a conversation.

Now to figure out what my side biz will be to so I have do the $10k in 10 day change at some point.

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