We Should All Be Millionaires


Dedicated to a reality in which every woman has at least seven zeros in her bank account, author and experienced entrepreneur Rachel Rodgers offers this pull-no-punches guide for women to wield economic power-how real change is created.

Every single woman should want to be a millionaire. If you agree, this book is for you. If you disagree, this book is definitely for you.

While women now own 40% of businesses in the U.S., the percentage of revenue brought in by women-owned businesses is only 4.2%. And, while the gender pay gap isn’t quite that extreme, corporate women are making four percent less than their male counterparts, and women hold only 25% of c-suite positions. Now that women are getting a seat at the table, it’s time they demand what they deserve.

This book:
*Represents a breakthrough step-by-step guide for women who want to shift their mindset and work their way to seven figures.

*Reveals the unique hurdles businesswomen face that their male peers do not, both in the office and at home, showing how to leap each and every one.

*Is a clarion call for all women who are done having their work undervalued, are tired of being sexually harassed in the workplace, and are ready for a revolution that starts with the mindset outlined in these pages.

If women are going to make demands, they need capital. So, it’s time for women to turn towards their money. To begin to focus on their earning potential and their ability to generate wealth. To begin stepping up into their own leadership, advocacy, and autonomy.

And if you’re not into dismantling the systems of oppression that exist in the world today, that’s cool. Women can create wealth for no other reason than they deserve it and they want it. Women are allowed to make a million dollars because they want to fly first-class, carry a Chanel bag, and order fancy champagne whenever the hell they want.

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SKU (ISBN): 9781400221622
ISBN10: 1400221625
Rachel Rodgers
Binding: Cloth Text
Published: May 2021
Publisher: HarperCollins Leadership


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