A Goal Diggers Guide

How to Get What You Want, Without Giving It Up
Narrated by: Baje Fletcher
Length: 4 hrs and 51 mins
4.4 out of 5 stars (509 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

A self-help audiobook for single, financially savvy women; It outlines how to dress, present yourself, what subjects to get educated in, and what type of places to visit in order to meet and attract wealthy men. It not only gives pointers on how to get financial favors from your suitors without giving it up but it also gives pointers on how to make the money you accumulated work for you in the future. The author shares the lessons she's learned over the years and inspires women around the globe to never lose sight of their goals. Gold digging or goal digging? You decide.

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I still read/listen to this book 5 years later


I purchased this book after seeing Baje on Dr. Phil many years ago. At the time, I was a single mom with two young children. I was destitute. I had found myself at 23 years old in a horribly abusive living situation. I felt hopeless and I had run out of options. Shortly after receiving her book I found myself homeless with no where to go. I used the principles in this book to pull myself out of despare and depression. Soon after applying the lessons I learned in this book I was meeting men wealthy beyond my imagination. I'm talking men who owned cryogenic companies that cloned champion race horse money! Men who didn't think twice about putting thousands of dollars into my account without thinking twice, and without me having to ask for it. I got myself out of debt, put a down payment on a house, and opened a highly successful business. At the time I didn't even have a car. Now five years later I am still successful and I honestly don't need anyone's help financially for anything. I never thought in a million years that I could go into any store and buy whatever I wanted. I didn't think it was possible for me to put money into investments. I now have a great lifestyle and things have really turned around for me. I really owe it all to Baje. Because she took the time to write about her experiences and her mistakes. Oh and I did it all without EVER GIVING IT UP. Not once did I ever compromise myself in anyway. Not even a kiss. Please buy this book and apply it!

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Very well written. Worth a second listen.

Thank you so much for writing this book. I wish I would have read it a decade ago. But, happy I got a chance to complete it. I will finish it again and recommend it. Thanks again. Truly.

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I red it few years ago, and most of it is still useful in 2018

I love her mentality and how determined and bright she is. However, one of the biggest put downs is how she always talks about athlete and rappers. She is always talking about guys that were in jail or have multiple kids with different women. She called them “brothers” so she was talking about black men. That really is very strange, I m assuming maybe because she is a woman of color and gets approached by black men a lot. I wish she didn’t say those things because most of us don’t meet black men and it only cast them under a negative light. Most sugar daddies are Caucasian any

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I learned a lot going to put these tips to work!

I found this book to be both informative and entertaining. I look forward to putting these tips and tricks to work on my next outing!

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Sensational Truth.

Being a book fanatic, nothing much takes me to a different sphere. The bare honesty outlined by the author only heightened my respect for her. As a strong woman I know what the road feels like Shen you don't play the games. Until now I've never had the expanse of her knowledge only some hard earned experiences. I bow with respect to this sister. Sending this book as a gift to someone close. Highly recommended.

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Goal setting on steroids

Interesting read. I love the book and will always listen. I'm impressed with how Baje lifted her self from dire circumstances and made something of herself without giving it up. I'm celibate hard working and traditional. Baje's advice sits well with me.

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This book inspires empowers women

If you are like me, a hard working single woman trying to create a better life for you and your children, then this book is for you. She understands what it's like to live in a man's world and helps your navigate through these masculine waters while leaving your boat of self esteem and feminity intact. I'm looking forward to reading more from this aurhor

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Waste of time

Buy the audios by G L Lambert instead. Bage is a terrible reader and the content is second-rate.

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A Great and Realistic of view

This book has a lot of great pointers, clues and starting points. It categorizes men in an understandable way. And references other great reads and definitely gives you something to think about if your really trying to be successful instead of a victim. I like!

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Not for the faint of heart or romantics lol

The author/performer was raised primarily in the Islands so she has an accent (although slight) which may deter some linguist snobs lol. The story definitely isn't for the faint of heart nor would I do a lot of these things but I think there is very good advice sprinkled through out and I believe Baje is doing the best with her given circumstances. I particularly like how keen she is on financial literacy.

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  • 05-02-19

Must read

This book is a must read for all women whether you’re married or single knowledge is Power women and we need more power thank you so much Sis for writing this book.

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  • 08-05-14

A must read for every growing girl

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes. Especially to my friends that marriage isn't a priority

What other book might you compare A Gold Diggers Guide to, and why?

Well maybe "why bitches get married" but that's the alternative for those looking for love

Which character – as performed by Baje Fletcher – was your favourite?

The character where she went to Paris to meet the billionaire.

Any additional comments?

You have enlightened alot of us girls with this book.