How I Joined The Three Comma Club

Super proud to say I joined The Three Comma Club in 2019.

And I’m spilling my secrets in this episode of Awkward Marketing.

What would YOU do for The Three Comma Club? (This is like the Gary Vee equivalent of a Klondike bar.) Would ya…

  • Re-mortgage your house (Or just sell the damn thing and move into your Dad’s basement. It has a wet bar!!!)
  • Never see your kids because MOMMY’S HUSTLING, OKAY????
  • Gain 50 pounds from sitting/crying in your expensive ergonomic chair for 14 hours/day
  • Rack up two of those three commas in credit card debt

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Okay, so it’s not wrong to chase that sexy launch life. Where the streets are paved with email subscribers and commas flow like wine. You need money to live. Your business needs capital to grow. GIMME. ALL. THE. COMMAS. PLEASE.

But I’ve seen the backend of many 0 to 7 figure companies who turn into multi-comma case studies.

On the surface, they are living the dream. Massive launches. Famous friends. Luxe lifestyles.

In reality, they’re spending more commas than they make. Working around the clock. Scared and scrambling to keep up the appearance of being a walking, talking success story.

So I created my own RKA Three Comma Club. Right in time for the #HumanFirstBizSecond campaign with Megan Dowd. Because I don’t think we should stop at three commas. I want all the commas. And I don’t just want them on my bank statement.

Check out this episode for how I made my 3+ commas and how you can, too.

Rachael Kay Albers

I'm the Creative Director and Lead Designer at RKA ink, a brand, web design, and marketing agency for visionary entrepreneurs. I'm also a business comedian and the host of Awkward Marketing, a show that blends sketch comedy and bite sized biz advice to help small business owners create epic, unforgettable brands online. Think of me as the one woman SNL of biz TV. After 10+ years living, traveling, and coding in Australia, Germany, Guatemala, Kenya, and Mexico, today I'm based outside Chicago with my husband, daughter, our two troublemaking dogs, and a bunch of old computer cords we're afraid to throw away. (You never know!)