Rich Legacy will help thousands upon thousands of children and their parents navigate the chaotic waters that come with growing up in a high-performing family in the digital age. I can only imagine the positive this will have on the world. Bravo Rich Legacy, Bravo. – Sam Lample MA, LPC, CEDS
Events & Workshops
Powerful experiences for organizations and parents who recognize the importance of empowering children and families.
Family Academy & Private Coaching
Accountability, learning, and sharing designed to bring families closer than ever while raising gritty and self-reliant children.
Tools & Resources
Benefit from plans, templates, worksheets, games, and much more to aide your journey toward a happy and healthy family.
Checkout the latest tips, strategies, and family hacks to help busy high-performing families operate at their best while supporting a rich legacy for their children.
Is Rich Legacy Right for Me?
Please note, Rich Legacy is not for everyone. It takes a special kind of person to embrace the changes required to build the family and life you want. We know what we offer works, but it only works if you put in the effort.
You have invested countless dollars in consultants, coaches, and agency’s. You’ve spent unfathomable hours planning, strategizing, and tweaking your business. But do you have a coach for your family? A documented plan to teach your children life-skills? Probably not. Most people don’t.
What’s changed? Maybe you just sold your company, or hit a big revenue milestone. Maybe you are doing your estate planning, or just lost a parent. Maybe you are having a mid-life crisis. The catalyst is not of consequence; the point is, you are at a place in your life where you are self-reflective and self-aware.
You know deep down that you are only guaranteed 18 years with your kids. You are starting to truly comprehend that those 18 years will set the tone of your relationship for the rest of your life, and theirs.
If you are ready, and willing to provide your family with the life they deserve, give us a call.
What will your legacy be?
Why Was Rich Legacy Started?
Having barely escaped prison and death, Bradley Callow utilizes the Rich Legacy platform to provide eye-opening insights from the perspective of the child. Based on his experience and research with high-performing families, the approaches to support these families were simply not having the desired impact.
With the suicide rate quadrupling since 195o and the greatest increases being found in the affluent demographic, Callow knew there had to be a better way. He quickly found the this different approach inspires parents to engage with their children in a way they never dreamed possible.
Rich Legacy delivers live retreats, events, workshops, tools, and family/ individual coaching to support children and their parents as they navigate the unique challenges not always found in other families.
Rich Legacy’s Five Principles of Stronger Families are rooted in the founder’s personal journey, as well as conversations with thousands of children, parents, and clinical professionals from around the world who come from or work with driven families.
For more about Rich Legacy, click here.
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