Hi, I’m Rachel Rodgers: wife, mama, and CEO of a 7-figure business. I’m on a mission to help every woman I meet become a millionaire. I decided to start the Million Dollar Badass Podcast to address one simple question: how can women make more money? On this show I’ll be talking to fellow Million Dollar Badasses, women just like you who decided they wanted to become millionaires and actually did it. My guests and I will share our stories of how we did it, mistakes we made and the pivotal moment that changed everything. We’ll also be answering your questions, coaching you and giving you a super-sized helping of inspiration to earn a whole lot more. Get ready to make some money, honey! If you enjoy GirlBoss Radio, Rise with Rachel Hollis or Farnoosh Torabi’s So Money podcast, then you’ll love this show.
Join me on this episode as I give you an insight into where in my life I haven’t been following my own message, and what I’m doing about it now to address these areas. You’ll discover what it might look like in your own life and how it is affecting your ability to show up 100% in integrity.
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Join me this week as I share the seven lessons I’ve learned from my first foray into podcasting and the changes that I’ve had to make along the way to keep the whole thing fun and moving in the right direction. This is going to be a great insight if you’re considering starting your own show, and all of these lessons can be applied to business in general.
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Mariah has an amazing no-nonsense approach to business and advice that will hopefully be super motivational for all of you. We talk about Mariah's journey to seven figures, how she structures her day to include a lot of thinking time, and why you have to kill your ego if you want to reach new levels in business. We also chat about approaching business with an experimental mindset and building a company that keeps you motivated.
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There is so much to learn from Bushra and how she built her business to the point of having more free time than she knows what to do with. So tune in and please enjoy this amazing episode with the delightful Bushra Azhar: founder, Million Dollar Badass, mompreneur (her words), and overall funny girl.
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Mahisha Dellinger is the founder and CEO of Curls, a natural hair care brand that helped pioneer the natural hair market. Mahisha and I talk about why she decided to start her own business and why it offers more security than her corporate career ever could. Mahisha shares some of the challenges and triumphs from her business journey and some excellent wisdom about scaling, hiring, and loving the process of building your company.
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Motherhood is an incredibly challenging undertaking, especially when added to the ambition and focus required to build a six- or seven-figure business. When today's Million Dollar Badass became a mother herself, she realized that she could build a space for moms to share these feelings and feel supported. What started as a podcast has now grown into a successful, sustainable, scalable business!
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If you missed it before or just want a little refresh, join me today for a throwback to the myriad benefits of creating a million dollar community for your soul and your business. This is so important, ya'll . You don't want to miss it!
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Today's bonus episode is a throwback to my conversation with my husband, Dediako Rodgers. If you missed it before or just want a refresher on how we get everything done, how we stay connected, and what it's really like being married to an entrepreneur, listen in!
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In this episode I'll tell you what million dollar commitment looks like and why you need to commit to your message, your ideal client, and your offer. I talk about why some people struggle with commitment and change their offers constantly, which is like starting an investment from scratch each time. And I share why commitment can be the fuel for an even more excited, engaged approach to building your business.
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Radiah and I start things off talking about the question that inspired her to create Beprint, a fifteen-minute process for getting clear on who you are, what your values are, and what you want to do. Radiah and I also talk about how her business has changed over the past year as she's gotten clearer about her offerings, what's been the most impactful part of Glow Up, and her experiences with hiring.
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How Kara used thought work to build a business beyond anything she could have imagined in her days as a lawyer. We discuss some of the mental blocks she's had to overcome along the way to seven figures. We also talk about massive action and how it'll free up your headspace for more creativity and productivity. And we share some interesting behind-the-scenes tidbits about how Kara managed to grow her business to $2 million.
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I share some of my efficiency practices and the key questions I'm consistently asking myself to cut down on busy work. Most of us pile a lot of unnecessary junk onto our plates, when we'd be better served by working less time on high-value, high-level tasks, rather than tons of time on low-level tasks. So we're talking all about how to free up your time, cut back on random, nonessential spending, and get your marketing on lock.
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Cathy and I talk about how she recently achieved a major milestone: making $100K in one month - previously she'd been making $100K in a whole year - and she's only getting bigger from here. We talk about the inception of her business and how she made the decision to lean out of academia and into entrepreneurship. Cathy shares a lot of wisdom about scaling, hiring before you're ready, and why coaching is such a crucial investment.
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On this episode, Kaneisha Grayson joins me to talk about how she's built her seven-figure business, trusted herself, and conquered doubt along the way. Kaneisha is a Harvard alum two times over, earning both her MBA and MPA there before going on to establish the Art of Applying, an admissions consulting company that helps applicants get into their dream graduate school (AND helps them get fellowships and scholarships to pay for it).
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Denise and I talk about what she learned from a recent retreat at Necker Island, how she's leaned into her strengths as she's grown her business, and the importance of outsourcing work as you become able. We also have a super interesting and important conversation about how to improve diversity in online business, which Denise has been working on since she realized her own biases were affecting the way her business worked.
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Today I'm sharing strategies for hiring well, why it's so important to duplicate yourself in your business, and why having great employees is the key to unlocking your highest wealth-building potential. I talk about the ways you can make money while you're not working, my top tips for hiring great people, and why you should hire full-time employees (rather than part-time employees or contractors) whenever possible.
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In this episode, I'm talking about the myriad benefits of creating a million dollar community for your soul and your business. I share what we got up to at the most recent Million Dollar Badass retreat, what attendees loved and got out of the experience, and some ideas for you if you want to start building your own collective of amazing people.
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I'm talking all about pricing today and why you're most likely not charging enough for your labor. We'll get into why pricing is so difficult, why women often chronically undercharge, and some resources for pricing your work correctly. And I'll also tell you what to consider when creating new prices and how to demonstrate your value to potential clients.
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Why editing is my go-to tool for protecting my time and enjoying my life. I talk about the concept of designing your life and setting boundaries around your time so you can focus on the things that are truly important to you. And I'll walk you through my three-step process for figuring out what you want to do and dropping the rest.
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In this episode I talk about why and how you can start working toward your goals before you're completely ready. I share a couple instances where I've had to do just that, and why jumping in before I was perfectly "ready" taught me more than I could have imagined. I also touch on the importance of pushing yourself into your discomfort zone so you can max out your potential.
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My husband Dediako and I field questions all the time about how we've built our family life around my business. Today, I'm sharing a conversation he and I had with my mastermind group about how we get everything done, how we stay connected, and what it's really like being married to an entrepreneur. This is just a snapshot into what the mastermind is like; if you're interested in joining the MDB Mastermind Program, reach out!
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This conversation with Rachel is full of juicy stuff about entrepreneurship, building wealth, and using money to serve others. We about how Rachel has used strategic hires to not only capitalize on where she's at now, but ensure she will have work and money for the long term. We also discuss some of the anxiety that can come up after growing up poor, and how she takes care of herself and other black women.
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Farnoosh and I cover so many excellent topics in this conversation. We discuss her journey to entrepreneurship and rock-bottom moments along the way. She also tells me when she decided to stop playing small and become a woman who makes bank. And we talk all about women's (lack of) access to venture capital, why so many women aren't financially empowered in their relationships, and the daily habits that help her make money.
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In this episode, I explore how the idea that women need white men's approval to be successful is pervasive and harmful in the online business world. White men are often held up as authorities but often continue to support people who look and operate like them. It can feel like white men are the only people to learn from, but there are tons of women out there that are fantastic mentors.
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Susan and I talk about the relationship between the mind and body and how taking great care of yourself can seriously benefit your bank account, too. We discuss the many ways women are taught to sacrifice their time and energy for others and how this prevents us from making money. And we chat about why making time for pleasure is essential if you want to build a super-successful business alongside a fantastic life.
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I'm talking about how you can take radical personal responsibility for making the most of your investments, two of the most common investments I see women entrepreneurs making and the all-too-common mistakes that accompany them. I'll also share my four-step process for maxing out your results from any coaching program, mastermind, event, or new hire.
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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 do what I want, rather than worrying about saving what I already have.
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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 in this episode as Rachel interviews someone who has successfully navigated an entrepreneurial journey while balancing a full-time job working 9 to 5.
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 is a badass in her own right.
Two million in two years. Is that even possible? Yes it is friend. My guest today turned her rock bottom moment living with her parents and struggling to make money (she had to scrounge to put together $67 to buy a program that she hoped would help her figure out her next steps) into a two million dollar Glow Up.
In this episode of the Million Dollar Badass Podcast, Rachel welcomes seven-figure business owner, author and entrepreneur, Sylvie McCracken. Today’s episode is all about resilience and bouncing back from failure in order to make it happen in business and in life. Sylvie is no stranger to adversity or resilience, having gone from single teenage mother living on the streets of Buenos Aires to top earner making over seven figures annually. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg!
In this episode of the Million Dollar Baddass Podcast, Rachel Rodgers hosts her very first solo episode. Rachel takes this opportunity to introduce herself to the audience in order to share the details of her life as a lawyer, business coach and entrepreneur. Rachel reveals seven things about herself that she wants the audience to know.
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 guests as they bring a wide array of experience between the four of them. Ranging from entrepreneurs and authors to brand developers and screenwriters, these women all have one thing in common; they know how to get stuff done.
In this inaugural episode of the podcast, host Rachel Rodgers takes us way back and focuses on the life and times of America's first female millionaire, Madame C.J. Walker. This is a story filled with beautiful black history, and great business advice. Which is incredible when you realized that it was a time when slavery had just been eradicated.
Hi, I’m Rachel Rodgers: wife, mama, and CEO of a 7-figure business. I’m on a mission to help every woman I meet become a millionaire. I decided to start the Million Dollar Badass Podcast to address one simple question: how can women make more money? On this show I’ll be talking to fellow Million Dollar Badasses, women just like you who decided they wanted to become millionaires and actually did it.