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Humorist Henry Alford Review of the Landmark Forum

In November of 2010,  New York Times columnist and humorist, Henry Alford participated in the Landmark Forum and wrote about his experience. He is also the author of 4 books including  How To Live: A Seach for Wisdom from Old People (While They are Still on this Earth); Big Kiss: One Actor’s Desperate Attempt to Claw His Way to the Top; Municipal Bondage: One Man’s Anxiety-Producing Adventures in the Big City and most recently Would It Kill You To Stop Doing That?: A Modern Guide To Manners .

His account of the Landmark Forum is honest, self effacing and very humorous. It is considered by many to be one of the most thoughtful and accurate accounts of participating in a Landmark Forum.



“What I have found in myself and others as a result of participating in Landmark is the inestimable benefit of improved self-esteem, confidence and motivation. These are the key components of what some people are now calling ‘Emotional Intelligence’; they are also the prerequisites for success for learning, work and life.”

Sir Christopher Ball, Oxford scholar, knighted in 1988,
Chancellor Emeritus, University of Derby, UK

“The Landmark Forum is not magic. It is not scary or insidious. It is, in fact, simple common sense delivered in an environment of startling intensity. It is this intensity that makes the difference. While any one of us might well have already been told the same home truths by friends and family, we were too distracted by life and too wrapped up in our own defence mechanisms to listen.”

Ameila Hill The London Observer

"I received probably one of the best educations possible—Harvard, Duke, Yale, etc.—but the single course that made the biggest difference in my ability to live a happy, effective and fulfilling life—was The Landmark Forum."

Dr. Keith Berger, MD
CEO of the Center for Health and Cancer Prevention

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