Vicki Wusche started investing in property 2008. Named in The Telegraph as one of the UK’s 25 most influential people in property, she has written five best-selling books and is an inspiring thought provoker. While still passionate about all things property related, Vicki now focuses on helping people to identify and leverage their personal resources in order to create powerful legacies through their own Non-Traditional Wealthy Retirement Plans.
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Vicki’s mission is to help people realize that they are going to live a lot longer than they think, or can afford, as pension systems are not designed for people to live 20, 30 even 40 years past retirement age. In fact, the concept of retirement is redundant. We all have so much potential and so many opportunities why would you let a birthday stop you from doing what you love.
Vicki wants to enable everyone to create their own wealthy retirement plans now so that they can choose how to spend the rest of their lives. Through this practical and yet thought-provoking process, Vicki believes she can solve all the challenges facing our people and our plant. As people reach a position where they don’t have to work just to pay the bills – they will join with others to create new and innovative solutions to current and even future challenges.
Enabling the world to create Non-Traditional Wealthy Retirement Plans will lead to the end of poverty, homelessness, pollution, and sadness in all its forms. We must Take back control, secure our tomorrows and make a positive impact on the world.
Which of your talents is responsible for us meeting? [00:55]
Who did you learn this skill/ability from? [01:50]
Where is the best place for someone that’s listening to connect with you? [03:06]
Why will you continue to be this person? [03:39]
What is one thing you’ve done consistently over the last 3 years? [04:48]
What is your earliest childhood memory? [08:27]
Why do you think this memory is so clear? [09:26]
Engel’s Insight – [10:15]
What was your favorite song when you were twelve years old? [11:31]
Declaration Time – [11:47]