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Plan Your Year Like a Millionaire

By: Rachel Rodgers
Narrated by: Rachel Rodgers
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About the Creator and Performer

Rachel Rodgers is the founder of Hello Seven, a multimillion dollar company that teaches diverse entrepreneurs how to earn more money and build wealth. Hello Seven has been recognized as an Inc. 5000 company for the past three years.
Rodgers has been featured in Good Morning America, The Drew Barrymore Show, Forbes, Entrepreneur, Inc, Cheddar, CNBC, PopSugar, and Women’s Health.
Rodgers’ mission is to teach historically excluded groups how to end the cycle of overworking, under-earning, and financial stress, once and for all, and to build generational wealth.
Through her podcast and blog, Rodgers’ reaches over 400,000 people every week—sharing guidance on how to take charge of your financial situation, increase your income, work smarter, and make decisions like a millionaire (even if you aren’t one, yet).
As a business coach, attorney, CEO, Black woman, working mother, and self-made millionaire, Rodgers brings a powerful combination of professional and personal insight. She’s known for her blunt, sensible advice and for calling out the elephant in the room—whether it’s racism, misogyny, or centuries of unfair legal practices that have stripped financial power away from women. Rodgers teaches her clients how to succeed financially in spite of the very real obstacles along the path.
Rachel started her career working on The Hill with nonprofits, federal judges, and iconic leaders including Hillary Clinton. When she realized that changing the world is a lot easier when you have some cash in your bank account, she decided to become wealthy and teach other women how to do the same.
Rachel is the host of the Hello Seven Podcast and founder of We Should All Be Millionaires: The Club, an online network for professionals which has helped hundreds become millionaires and thousands become financially free. Her debut book, We Should All Be Millionaires: A Woman’s Guide to Earning More, Building Wealth, and Gaining Economic Power (HarperCollins Leadership 5/4/21) is a WSJ, USA Today and Amazon bestseller.
Rachel’s premiere conference, ROI: The Millionaire Summit, has reached thousands of entrepreneurs.
She is currently leading a life beyond her & her ancestors’ wildest dreams with her husband and four children.

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Feel Good Book, only

There are no real ideas here, just a feel good motivation book. Not what I was expecting.

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This is another “just manifest it”

…kind of title. Think of what you want, and write it down. I’m glad this was free.

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Lost me with the woke stuff

I really tried giving this book a chance because i try to be open minded, but it's simply not for me. I stayed past the intro, which is where I started feeling unsure, when she mentioned she's "a black woman in America, a country that hasn't been good to black people." The author also specifies that this book is for minorities, including "cis women" which as a woman, is incredibly offensive. I am a woman, period. She also says she doesn't want her kids learning from books with a couple sentences about black people in a book full of white cis men.

I find it really distasteful and unnecessary to use this divisive, woke language, and to focus so much on race. It would be one thing to lay out real, measurable struggles that were faced due to race and gender, and talking about overcoming them. The way it's put in this book is not inspiring in the least. It just comes off as angry and bitter just like most woke language does, without being backed up by any facts or stories.

The fact that the author is a millionaire makes many of her statements ironic. Not to mention, the tips offered in the book are really basic. It's not high level advice.
This book would be suitable for somebody who buys into the woke narrative, plays up victimhood, and is just starting off on their journey to wealth. If you've been delving into making wealth content for a while, you will already know these tips like the back of your hand.

It is not for people who think for themselves and don't fall victim to group think, who see people as being strong rather than victims, and who have already scoured the content of other high level millionaires and successful entrepreneurs.

I am glad I didn't pay for this book. I gave it a fair rating, and 2 stars for performance and story simply because I couldn't make it very far into the book. If I listened to the whole thing, I speculate it would've been 1 star.

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DEI Gone Awry

Early into the audio book the author tells you who should listen to this Audible Original and she lists several groups from, as she writes, marginalized communities, For who should not listen to her book, she specifically calls out average straight cisgender white men.

As a white male from an impoverished neighborhood further challenged by in-home violence with absolutely no care for education, I recently entered a nice retirement by working past my initial challenges. I’m sure the author would purport that the gates of success opened for me because of my being “an average white guy”. I find being really insulting as it degrades my career that constituted 50-60 work weeks for most of it.

The author shared early on about her mother’s passing a phony check to keep the electric on. I also did things on my journey that I’m not proud of. For example, I was expelled from high school early in my freshman year. Though, over a decade later, successfully graduated from college. Regarding employment, I started like so many others, with menial jobs. However, like so many others (of all races, etc.) I was promoted based on work ethic, having nothing to do with my race. To suggest otherwise is insensitive and clueless – as you weren’t there!

I’ll never buy into the need to promote any race or equality movement at the expense of another race or others in general. We can, in all actions and words, have expectations of higher values for all. I won’t invest another minute in listening to another form of bullying/hate speech that some others noted in the book. What's worse is that some many people rating the book ignored the racist comments. I'm sure it would be quite different if the race insults and untruths were said from white to other races.

Lastly, I’m surprised and disappointed that Audible/Amazon allows for such divisiveness to be marketed as an Audible Original.

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Find Your Fire w/ Millionaire Rachel Rogers

This drop couldn’t have happened at a better time. To craft time to plan 2024, I took PTO at the top of the year when the kids and hubby went back to school and work after the holiday. This audible took the guesswork out of the tactics and deep-thinking required to put a plan together. Now, I can spend more time in action and less time wondering how.

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Race?

The need to constantly focus on race is exhausting and unnecessary. Severely dilutes her message and impact.

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Good Info after Getting through Political Nonsense

This has a lot of inspirational info if you can get past the author’s racist views. She actually says her book is only for selected groups, but she’s wrong. The map she lays out can be helpful to any individual or group. I almost gave up when the author kept playing the woke, bigoted note. Luckily I had to drive somewhere so I decided to stick it out. I’m glad I did because I just ignored her annoying diversions into politics. She has a lot of questions that got me inspired and excited about my goals for this year. She really changed my way of thinking and encouraged me to think bigger.

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Terrific free inspiration.

For a free, brief listen as I'm planning as my business goals for the coming year, I found this delightful. I'm a white southern entrepreneur and I was disappointed by the comments of the poor put-upon white people in the reviews. There are a near infinite number of motivational texts out there produced for the mediocre white man - go find those and live your best life! If you're not too insecure to listen to Rogers, she does give some great steps for looking at your life and thinking about steps you can take to improve your situation. She's clear, encouraging, and entertaining. And maybe even helpful!

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Planning is key

I loved this!! here's to a better 2024....
I plan on taking charge of this year because of this book!

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The exclusivity

This book is not for me per the author. 2 minutes in it’s implied that the book is for everyone except straight white males.

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