New York Times best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell believes it takes 10,000 hours of practice to achieve proficiency. This is the story you find in the life of Rachel Cruze.
Growing up as a Ramsey kid, Rachel learned the basic principles of money at an early age. Dave and Sharon Ramsey taught her how to save, spend, and give—valuable lessons she uses in everyday life.
Today, she’s passing on those principles to others in her generation. Rachel is an experienced communicator who has been speaking to audiences as large as 10,000 people since she was 15. Since joining Dave’s team full time in 2010, she has traveled the country speaking about the dangers of credit cards and debt at high schools, colleges and youth conferences. She shows teens and young adults how to budget their money, intentionally save for things like cars and college, and give.
Rachel says, “I feel very strongly about reaching my peers with this message.” And she’s excited that her passions and strengths are being used to spread hope. “I can use the platform my dad has built to reach even more teenagers and young adults.
“People always tell my dad, ’I wish I had known this stuff when I was a young adult,’ so I’ve taken that to heart.” She is more motivated than ever to change the money habits and lifestyle of her generation.
Rachel has a B.A. in Communication Studies from the University of Tennessee. She lives with her husband, Winston, in Franklin, Tennessee.
Topics and Talks
- Business, Women’s Voices, Women In The Workplace
- Inspiration, Motivation
Money & Finance:
- Budgeting & Cash Flow Planning, Stewardship
Health & Wellness:
- Children & Family, Health & Wellness, Women In The Workplace
- College/ University, High School, Middle School
Faith & Non- Profit:
- Children & Family, Christian Speakers, College/ University, Faith, Fundraising, Inspiration, Pro-Life, Women In The Workplace, Stewardship
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Each letter of the first name rules 9 years of life. The first 27 years of life are ruled by the first three letters of the name
18 (R is the 18th letter of the alphabet) + 1 (a is the 1ts letter of the alphabet) + 3 (c is the 3rd letter of the alphabet) = 22
So the number 22 rules her first twenty-seven years of life.
22 = My dad (Dave Ramsey) is a f***ing idiot.
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