We Should All Be Millionaires: A Woman’s Guide to Earning More, Building Wealth, and Gaining Economic Power

Rachel Rodgers. HarperCollins Leadership, $29.99 (288p) ISBN 978-1-4002-2162-2
Attorney Rodgers shares advice for women who want to become big earners in her zippy debut. “I believe every woman should want to be a millionaire,” she writes, and makes a case that wielding economic power is how women “make change... and serve the world.” She profiles the people who helped form her view of wealth, instructs readers on ways to reframe their beliefs around money, and recommends writing a thank you letter to their debt to appreciate what it’s brought into their life. Rodgers uses casual language to make candid points—a positive-affirmation-like “Million Dollar Thought,” for example, finds its counter in “Broke Ass Thought,” a negative belief—but some of her advice can seem flippant, as when she suggests entrepreneurs double the price for their services, and responds to concerns about charging more than others in the market with, “Good. That means you will stand out.” Still, her encouraging approach lands when she’s addressing the psychology around money-making: “When you are making this kind of money... you can enjoy your life and make the world a better place.” Women looking to reframe their relationship with wealth should give this a look. Agent: Steve Troha, Folio Literary Management. (May)
Reviewed on : 05/12/2021
Release date: 05/01/2021
Genre: Nonfiction
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