Vickie was a military wife for 29 years, where she deeply resonated and connected with her light, her rock, and her husband. She took great pride in building a life with him, as a mother, a wife and the glue that kept the family centered. After the tragedy that changed her life within 12 hours, her whole world was turned upside-down. Everything they had planned for, every dream, everything they worked so hard to build, within a single evening, was ripped away.
At that moment, many would succumb to pain, grief that would lock that person down for years to come. Instead, this is where Vickie’s adaptability and vision shifted. This moment, was no longer about someone else’s vision. This moment was a complete shift in her life where she rose to a personal passion of protecting others in the wake of tragedy. This kind of personal passion isn’t learned, it’s born.
Since that moment, she sought toward making an impact in ways that others avoided. Many wouldn’t talk about death, she would. Many wouldn’t talk about money, she would. Many wouldn’t be able to discuss what kind of needs they desired for themselves, she opened them up. Vickie didn’t live in finance. She recognized the sacrifice that her late husband, Robert had made for her in preparing and protecting her in ways that said, I love you, when he no longer could verbalize it. He took deep care in his family, and she wanted to shine this light onto others. After 29 years, of being a wife, she stepped into the most courageous thing a person could embody, caring for others as an advisor, financial coach and entrepreneur.
Supporting a loved one in the military, and balancing the stress. How Vickie turned many parts of her story into inspiration, we learn how she shifted her whole life and stepped into service.