Overcoming Mediocrity - Volume VIIVICTORIOUS WOMEN
Carol Rambo (better known as Rambette—more later) has a passion for helping people regain their health through personal consultations and recommendations. She studied underneath a nutritionist and is certified as a nutritional counselor. Since referring people to products of excellence is key in her consultations, Carol has been working with two different multi-marketing companies for the last 38 years.
Passion usually springs from a personal need or crisis, and that’s where hers began, in her late thirties. Carol went through a horrific divorce in her late forties, but because she had built her business strong, financially, she was blessed and not busted.
God loves to give second chances, and hers included a Rambo (actual name) Harley motorcycle man. (Thus Rambette became her Harley signature). She discovered the fun of wearing leathers and seeing almost the entire United States and Canada by motorcycle! With their blended families, Tom and Carol have 7 children, 15 grandchildren, and 3 great-grandchildren.
Most of what Carol has learned has come through a school of hard knocks. Her passion continues to be nutrition, but also pointing people to a God who is filled with grace, faithfulness, and forgiveness; the One who heals body, soul, mind and spirit.
My Life Song
Carol’s story is one of redemption and second chances. It recounts a life marred with deception, betrayal, divorce, and health challenges, and how God used these trials as a stepping stone to help others. Carol’s experience eventually led to financial success in the field of multi-leveling marketing. There are also mountain peak experiences, involving falling in love at age 50, getting married and starting life all over again. This story takes you into the life of a grandma who almost loses her granddaughter to leukemia at age ten. And when she thought the bottom couldn’t fall out any further, her daughter and three grandchildren were trapped in fear for their lives living with an evil man. Through it all, God was present and protecting, and He is now using Carol’s story to encourage others that there is always light at the end of the tunnel.