EO DC Rich Legacy

Wednesday, April 19, 2017, 3:30 PM - 7:00 PM ET

Join the founders of Rich Legacy (formerly Both Sides of the Kitchen Table) as they share their unforgettable and eye-opening stories of how they nearly escaped prison and death despite coming from good homes. 

Their experience lead them to help high-performing families empower their children in the face of the unique challenges present in the digital age. 

Instead of leaving your legacy to chance, what are you doing to ensure your children have the life-skills and character traits they need to lead fulfilling lives? 

You know what the next 12 months of your business looks like, but what about your family?  
Connect with your family and your spouse while developing a family mission statement, goals, and supporting activities through this powerful workshop by Rich Legacy. 

Bradley Callow and Gordie Bufton developed a platform that serves as a catalyst for transformation of high-performing parents and their children. They deliver tangible solutions through enhanced self-awareness. How would an improved relationship with your children affect their development and future? Using their platform, “Rich Legacy” Bradley and Gordie discuss the challenges of growing up under the guidance of high-performing parents. The stakes are monumental. Having both barely escaped prison and death, they now provide eye-opening insights from the perspective of the child. This approach inspires parents to engage with their children in a way they never dreamed possible. Bradley Callow is an international speaker, conscious entrepreneur and treatment specialist. Consulting with businesses on advertising, marketing, and public relations strategies before the age of 20, Callow is no stranger to blazing his own path. Bradley is committed to challenging the status quo and has a passion for helping others to succeed. He has created a life dedicated to entrepreneurship, consulting, and most recently behavioral health innovation. His enthusiasm, creativity, and focus on what could be, rather than what is affords him the type of mind which overcomes challenges, creates change, and helps save lives. Whether working with families, individuals, or in the behavioral health field as a whole, Bradley works to help open people's minds to possibilities they may never knew existed. He then provides the resources and confidence to explore them. 

Gordie Bufton is an international speaker, family consultant and best-selling author. His book, “Eluding Reality: A Memoir about Drugs, Psych Wards, and Recovery” captures the gritty realities of drug abuse. Gordie's story simultaneously portrays the strength that we can all drawn upon to overcome the harshest of circumstances. Inspired by the heart-felt feedback to his book, he took to the road to share his experience, strength, and hope. He has stimulated a profound response from audiences at over 80 events with thousands attendees. His passionate and systematic commitment to helping prevent others from experiencing the hardships he faced is palpable. He is an avid meditator and Ironman. 

Agenda 
  • Networking and Arrival:  3:30 to 4:15

  • Announcements and Speaker intro: 4:15 to 4:30

  • Workshop: 4:30 to 7 PM

**Refreshments will be served before & after the event!

Accelerator & Guests - $50

**Dress Code - Collard shirts, no jeans. 

Location

Congressional Country Club
8500 River Rd
Bethesda, 20817

Contact

Stu Martens

admin@eodcnetwork.org

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