Rachel Rodgers

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Today, I’m speaking with Rachel Rodgers, an intellectual property attorney, business coach, and the CEO and founder of Hello Seven, a coaching community that teaches women how to build wealth.

After founding her own law practice, Rachel realized she had a knack for marketing and running a business. Her clients noticed too, and started asking for advice. Rachel followed the demand, pivoting to full-time business coaching and hit $1 million by March of her first year.

That pivot has grown into Hello Seven, a business Rachel has bootstrapped from $0 to 8-figures. Hello Seven is one of the fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. and is listed on the Inc. 5000. Rachel is also the author of the best-selling book, “We Should All Be Millionaires”, and has been featured in publications like The New York Times, Forbes, and Entrepreneur.

In this episode, you’ll hear about leaving the safety of a 6-figure salary to pursue a passion for business coaching, the ROI of writing a book, and Rachel’s light-bulb moment that allowed her to scale from 7 to 8-figures.

Inspiring Quotes
  • “I didn’t want to get comfortable with a fancy paycheck. Then, I would never quit.” – Rachel Rodgers
  • “One thing about haters is they always have their facts wrong.” – Rachel Rodgers
  • “As soon as I got into something that I wanted to be doing, it was on fire.” – Rachel Rodgers
  • “Whenever you feel like your back is against the wall or a shift is necessary, the first step is just to take stock of what you have.” – Rachel Rodgers
  • “If you feel shame about a business problem you’re having, you’re shielding yourself from the solutions.” – Rachel Rodgers
  • “The biggest lesson of 7 to 8 figures is every time I don’t follow my instincts, I regret it.” – Rachel Rodgers
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