You don’t need another business coach. You don’t need another course on how to create a course. You don’t need another webinar on how to host a webinar. What you do need? You need to handle your biz-nass. You need to find that magical place where the profits meet the bank account. To do that, you need clarity, confidence, focus, and execution.
You don’t need another business coach. You need Rodgers Collective.
We combine holistic business coaching (to get your mind right), with branding and copywriting services (to get your image right), and operational expertise (to get your systems right). We don’t just tell you what to do, we walk the road with you from idea to launch. We’ll tie your ass to the chair if we have to–whatever it takes to get your dreams into profitable formation.
Get creative. Quell your fears. Execute your dreams. We’ll help you make it all happen.
We work with seasoned entrepreneurs who are looking for a new direction or launching a new product or service, as well as with those just starting out in business. We work with rebels, rabble-rousers, and visionaries. (We don’t work with meanies, btw.)
Our team is perfectly suited to make your business dreams happen.
We know how it feels to be the one breaking the mold with bold ideas and unprecedented goals that others dismissed as crazy. We also know how good it feels to make the impossible a reality, and to delight your customers and clients by doing the work for them that no one else had the vision to do. We know what it’s like to feel like you can’t not do the thing that calls upon you, and we also know what it’s like to reap the rewards of your bravery. To be sure, we’ve got audacity in common and we can support you.
We’ve been featured in various media outlets, including Fast Company, MSNBC, Forbes and The Washington Post. During the last five years, we’ve advised some of the best and brightest entrepreneurs out there. We’ve also donated our time and expertise to help fledgling business owners through Kiva and other organizations. And, we’ve been having fun while doing it.
We can help you create your best work.
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Your Product Team:
Rachel is a business lawyer turned business coach, intellectual property strategist, creator of Small Business Bodyguard and all around badass.
Before Rachel was showing service business owners how to build powerful products, she was running a very non-traditional law firm that disrupted the legal industry by making it surprisingly easy (and damn fun) for innovative companies to work with experienced attorneys and get the legal help they need to do the crazy stuff they want to do.
In 2013, she created the Small Business Bodyguard: Cover Your Bases, Cover Your Assets, Cover Your Ass. This game-changing legal resource has been called “fun and engaging” by New York Times bestselling author Chris Brogan and a “graduate-level course on how to build a strong foundation for your business” by CEO of OurDeal, Kyle Durand.
Rachel is known for being an innovator and master of productizing services and creating high-quality, high profit products. SBB and the other legal kits she’s created have been transformative, generating over half a million dollars in revenue in just two years and serving 1,700 small businesses around the country.
Rachel has spoken on the subject of creating products, building solid service businesses and intellectual property in numerous venues including a class on CreativeLive, to MBA students at MIT and at various conferences including, InfusionCon.
Rachel received her J.D. from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York and her “MBA” the hard way, by building various successful ventures over the last 5+ years and learning from the best business minds out there. Before becoming an entrepreneur Rachel worked for various state and federal judges, a high-impact non-profit and Hillary Rodham Clinton.
When Rachel isn’t taking care of clients or creating new products, she enjoys baking in the kitchen (barefoot, with rosé in hand), lifting weights, juicing (the green kind, not the steroid kind), reading to her toddlers, being a “dance mom” and going on new adventures with her family (her favorite destination being France, of course!).
Interested in hiring Rachel to speak at your next event? Click here.
Dediako is the Business Manager here at Rodgers Collective P.C.
Dediako is the master of the behind-the-scenes. He makes sure your questions get answered, your appointments get made and that all the technical bits work as they should so you can access what you need, when you need it. He also sets up and manages our automated systems, and makes sure the bills get paid too.
Before coming on board this crazy ship, Dediako was a Field Technician for Verizon and ran a real estate development business on the side (how’s that for a side hustle?). But his proudest gig yet was a stay-at-home dad for he and Rachel’s three kids.
Dediako is Rachel’s husband and she may or may not have used the promise of baked goods to lure him into bringing his hustling and management skills to the Rodgers Collective table.
Dediako has a Bachelor’s in Economics from New York University and a Master’s from the School of Life. When he’s not managing the biz here at Rodgers Collective, you can find him at the gym (#getbigson), designing his next car or at home managing things there, too (cause he’s a #boss).
Chris is an Attorney & the Small Business Bodyguard Community Manager.
Chris is a small business and intellectual property lawyer with a big heart. He handles the legal needs of our small business clients as well as serves as the Community Manager for our Small Business Bodyguard Community.
When he’s not securing trademarks or managing legal disputes, he’s cutting hair for the homeless and raising money for other charitable projects. Chris has several years of experience as an entrepreneur, so like all members of Rodgers Collective, he understands the struggle and the excitement of building your own enterprise.
Before settling on intellectual property, Chris worked with Brooklyn Legal Services in both the housing unit, and the Community Economic development unit. He was also a New York State Assistant Attorney General in Nassau County and worked as a staff attorney at an immigration non-profit where he focused on child immigration.
Chris is a graduate of the University of Miami School of Law. He’s also a master barber, tattoo enthusiast and proud husband and papa. Chris lives in New York with his wife and daughter.