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.
Having both barely escaped prison and death, the founders now utilize the Rich Legacy platform to 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.
With a focus on the child’s perspective, Rich Legacy delivers live events, workshops, tools, and family/ individual coaching to support children and their parents as they navigate the unique challenges not found in other types of families.
The Rich Legacy Five Principles of Family Realignment are rooted in the founder’s personal journeys, as well as conversations with thousands of children, parents, and professionals from around the world who come from or work with driven families.
Our mission is to provide the understanding, connection, balancing, influencing, and empowerment needed to ensure a rich and healthy legacy for the families we reach.
Will you leave your legacy to chance?
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