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Rachel Rodgers (owner of Hello Seven) shares her own story of growing up poor, working hard through law school, to becoming a lawyer, and then her years of growing a seven figure business.
This is not a book on how to get rich quick. Rather, the author presents many mindsets and hangups that prevent us from building wealthy and then shows us how to change our thinking.
The author encourages us to have focus, to have boundaries and to follow through on our goals as business owners and entrepreneurs instead of caving to every family member and friend’s whim and request. It’s ok to say no. She addresses the division of labor in heterosexual households and how to have conversations with one’s partner on this subject.
There are practical chapters on how to price your work, how to find a “squad” or group of likeminded people who can encourage you to stay the course. And toward the end of the book, there is a $10,000 in 10 Days Challenge. I told you it’s audacious!
Did I mention that Rachel Rodgers is funny? No matter how serious the content about making money is, she will make you laugh throughout the book.
Personally, this book came my way at a time when I was in a business slump and the message really encouraged me and re-energized me to go after my entrepreneurial goals again. I even bought a copy for my daughter for her eighteenth birthday.
We Should All Be Millionaires is a book that most women need to read and I highly recommend it.