The Power of One Conference is a day-long event that will be held at the Palace Theater in downtown Grapevine on Saturday, March 10, 2018. In its inaugural year, the conference serves to encourage conscious living by celebrating those who are living consciously. This is a one-of-a-kind event to connect those seeking to make a difference in the world with those who already are!
Join us for a day packed with inspirational speakers, panelists, interviews, and entertainers seeking to change the world. Topics will include conscious parenting, healthcare, the environment, alternative healing techniques, and nutrition, among others.
Speakers include New York Times best-selling author Ron Hall ('Same Kind of Different as Me'); the founder of 'Independence Gardens' Chonnie Richey; 'Conscious Bedtime Story Club' creator Andrew Newman; Westlake Academy IB Charter School founder Scott Bradley, and many more!
Why the Power of One Conference?
Conference founder Christine Crockett Smith was stunned by the intensity and vitriol that colored many human interactions during the Presidential campaign of 2016. “If everyone could just redirect this energy towards helping something that pulls at their heartstrings, whether it is the elderly, the young, the impoverished, or even puppies, the world would be a better place!” Sharing this perspective with others helped her become joyfully aware of all the people already spending their lives doing that very thing! The Power of One Conference serves to highlight the stories of some of these inspirational people affecting change and spreading love. Though, like us, they are each just one person, the collective result of individuals creating change is undeniable. You will leave this conference better educated on important social causes and will be equipped with actionable steps to create changes of your own.
The conference will be filmed, and Christine hopes that the sharing of these videos will help inspire young people to identify their own talents and gifts and to embrace the concept that they, too, can create change in the world.