The breakfast will be held at the Buderim Tavern, Burnett Street, Buderim and aims to raise money for the B150 Community Challenge, so that the Foundation can continue to support worthy local organisations and projects.
Chairman of the Buderim Foundation, Professor Paul Clark said everyone at the Foundation was really looking forward to the event.
“We feel very honoured to have Kurek joining us to share his worldwide success,” Prof. Paul said.
Kurek Ashley is a Buderim resident and one of the most dynamic and inspirational teachers of our time. As one of the premier experts in personal development, self-discovery and peak performance, Kurek has impacted the lives of millions from across the globe working in over 14 countries and delivering up to 100 presentations a year to top corporations, sporting teams and institutions.
As a ‘man of many talents’, Kurek is also the author of the number 1 best-seller, ‘How would Love respond’ and the success coach of the Australian Women’s Olympic Volleyball team and 2000 gold medalists, Natalie Cook and Kerri Ann Pottharst.
Kurek has worked as a professional actor in Hollywood in over 38 films, working with notable celebrities including Sylvester Stallone, John Travolta and Chuck Norris and even broke the World Record for the longest Firewalk (81 meters on 600-degree coals) in 1998.
“Kurek is a perfect example of the fantastic talent that lies in the Buderim Community, and how determination and ‘big thinking’ can lead to great success,” Prof. Paul said.
The Buderim Foundation aims to enrich and enhance the quality of life of Buderim and its residents, past and future. Every year the Foundation holds a grants program that funds worthwhile community initiatives and Buderim not-for-profit organisations.
The breakfast will begin at 6.45am for a 7am start. Tickets for the event are $40 per person and include breakfast with tea/coffee.
Table bookings of 10 are encouraged. Book early to secure a place by contacting Sally Caddy on 0418 134 975 or call into The Old Buderim Post Office.
For more information about the Buderim Foundation, please visit www.buderimfoundation.org.au