Meet Rachel Krider


Rachel Krider


Rachel Krider a brief bio…

Rachel Krider is an avid personal development student, and a true success story of how investing in yourself and the personal development industry can change your life. The insights she shares on Born To Prosper are essential.

Rachel was struggling financially, but instead of letting it bring her down and wallowing, Krider always turned to her self-education teachings, continually working on herself and her situation to turn her life around.

With her entrepreneurial spirit, steadfast drive and expertise in sales and marketing, Krider became a self-made millionaire by the age of thirty-four.

With a lifelong passion for travel, personal development and lifestyle, Rachel now travels the world with her family in luxury. She loves immersing her daughter in various cultures, and flying family and friends to join them in extensive properties all over the world.

Krider’s belief in personal development and the wealth it can add to your life has greatly contributed to her success and happiness. She has her dream husband, a super successful business, a popular Born To Propser podcast, her gorgeous daughter and two great stepchildren.

Rachel believes it is very important to always keep learning, teaching and growing.

“There is a lesson in every opportunity. You just have to be open to receive it!” Rachel Krider

For up to date photo’s connect with Rachel on Facebook.

Fun Facts About Rachel

Countries Travelled
United States, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, Singapore, China, Japan, United Kingdom, Spain, Portugal, Mexico, Fiji, France, Italy, Porto Rico, Indonesia, Thailand, Bali, United Arab Emirates, Tahiti, Greece, Switzerland, Oman, Chile.
Born in
Personal Development Influencers
Shane Krider, Jim Rohn, Bob Proctor, Napoleon Hill, James Redfield, Louise Hay, Oprah Winfrey, Brian Tracy.
Favorite Books
The Celestine Prophecy, 7 Strategies for Wealth & Happiness, The Art of Exceptional Living, Think & Grow Rich, The Philosophy For Successful Living,


Just Go For It

I don't want to look back and have regrets for things that I was too scared or too lazy to act on. One will either have the pain of discipline or the pain of regret. Rachel Krider