Hi, I’m Rachel Rodgers: wife, mama, and CEO of an 8-figure business. I’m on a mission to help every woman I meet become a millionaire. I decided to start the Hello Seven Podcast to address one simple question: how can women make more money? On this show I’ll be talking to people 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, The Goal Digger Podcast hosted by Jenna Kutcher, or Farnoosh Torabi’s So Money podcast, then you’ll love this show.
119. From Good to Great: Take Your Leadership Skills to the Next Level
Yanira Castro drops some serious truth bombs on how to attract paying clients, find support, and navigate the rocky road to success. She ain't sugar-coating it, folks. Starting a business is tough, and financial struggles are just par for the course.
But we're not about to let you off easy. Yanira's experience will challenge you to show up consistently, take risks, and have the courage to step outside your comfort zone. Ready to take your leadership skills to the next level? Then don't miss this episode and learn from the inspiring journey of a true boss.
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118. Creating a Million Dollar Offer with Rachel Rodgers
Telling people what you do can be a real challenge. Especially as entrepreneurs doing divine work in the world, communicating how you help people using soundbites and recognizable language presents feelings of misalignment. However, it’s always possible to communicate clearly through your brand, no matter what you offer.
I’m joined by Annie Sanchez, the visionary and healer behind the business Mariposa Strategies. She helps her clients navigate identity, grief, and career, so they can find possibility when navigating and affecting change in our world. Discover when it’s the right time for practical soundbites directed at the people who need to hear them, and when it’s time to go deeper and let your divinity shine.
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117. I Started a Business, What’s Next? Hot Seat Coaching with Rachel Rodgers
Sometimes our minds run away with us, keeping us from beginning the projects that we know are important for our growth. But there is always a place to begin when we allow our creativity to start where we are, rather than claiming something is “too hard,” “too expensive,” or “too much time.”
In this Hot Seat episode, you’ll see what coaching is all about as Tamika breaks down barriers, identifies opportunities, and embraces her choices in working on her assignment, Couples Experience. By connecting in, we discuss methods of committing and building her business over the next 90 days.
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116. Ask an Astrologist – How to Use the Stars to Scale Your Business
How can astrology help you run, grow, and scale your business to seven figures? My guest, bestselling author, speaker, and media expert on Astrology and relationships, Colin Bedell knows it’s possible, and he’s here to share how to make it happen.
We're discussing how to understand the sacred function of the Zodiac, using your sign to better understand yourself, and why this understanding is the key to building a business and a brand that you truly love and can dedicate yourself to.
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115. Earn Your Leisure Shares the Keys to Scaling a Business and Building a Community
Rashad Bilal and Troy Millings of Earn Your Leisure are sharing some important lessons from their meteoric growth, and reflecting on their vision every step of the way.
Tune in this week to discover the keys to scaling a business and building a community. Rashad and Troy from EYL are sharing the biggest challenges they faced in scaling to reach a huge audience, why community comes before monetization, how they operate as leaders in their business, and all the most important lessons they have learned on this journey.
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Bonus: Hot Off the Press: A Free Masterclass with Rachel, Susan, and Robert
A personal brand is really the foundation of a strong business.
That's why I am sharing this special bonus webinar replay with Susan Hyatt, Robert Hartwell, and moi, Rachel Rodgers, on our strategies to secure more press, more speaking gigs, and more life-changing visibility for you and for your business.
If you want to hang with us and learn even more about the art of the pitch (and so much more!), join us in LA on April 27-29, 2023 for The Most: https://welcometothemost.com/
I enjoy Rachel’s passion and her desire to make millionaires. I’m a teacher at heart and really want to transform my students into this at a young age. I’m prYing how to make this happen with them so young regardless to how they grew up. It will set their families in a different trajectory.
I was an eager acolyte. I bought “We Should All Be Millionaires” and read it avidly. And in February 2023, I signed up for the 2024 ROI Summit and shelled out $2K .
In May I heard that my brother, who has Motor Neuron Disease and lives alone in the UK, had worsened considerably. I was told I should be ready to travel to the UK at a moment’s notice if his condition continued to deteriorate. At that time, he was given 6 months to live.
I contacted Hello 7 and explained the situation. I received the email: “We’re so sorry but we don’t give refunds.” I kept writing, asking for a humane response and continued to receive variations on the same email. I received one email that said, “We don’t offer refunds because we want women to take their businesses seriously.” Seriously? I would have been happy if they’d made a partial refund. I KNOW they say they don’t offer refunds but surely there have to be exceptions? I was also not allowed to sell my ticket.
I’m appalled by this organization and by Rachel Rodgers’ business model, especially since they’re meant to be uplifting women of color.
For anyone out there considering Hello 7 and Rachel Rodgers — take a closer look.
The Thrill is Gone
Once a voice I trusted. No longer the case. Find it hard to follow a figure offering this much advice when her own company’s infrastructure is flaky.