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Business innovator Josh Zabar gives and indepth answer to that question.  He is a Partner and Curator at Summit, an events—and community—focused organization that fosters innovation and entrepreneurship. Since 2008, Summit has hosted an annual three-day event called Summit Series, which brings together entrepreneurs, musicians, nonprofit founders, and other multi-disciplinary leaders. Summit events have helped raise tens of millions of dollars for business and nonprofit ventures.

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Landmark Forum Được Dịch Tiếng Việt Tháng Mười 2013

Đây là những chia sẻ về kinh nghiệm biến đổi, trãi nghiệm yêu thương và kết quả đạt được của những người tốt nghiệp Landmark Forum. Những lời chứng thực này đến từ sự nối lại mối liên hệ của họ với gia đình sau bao nhiêu năm, sau bao nhiêu thập kỷ họ đã chán nản bỏ mặc những khả năng của họ, những khả năng đem tình gia đình trở lại tràn đầy, trọn vẹn, và hoàn hảo như thuở ban đầu.
Những người tốt nghiệp này đại diện cho khả năng yêu thương của tất cả các gia đình Việt Nam. Họ sống trong tình yêu thương gia đình và họ sống trong tự do với chính con người thật của họ.

Landmark Forum sắp tới được dịch ra tiếng Việt sẻ mở vào ngày 18, 19, 20, và 22,  tháng Mười, năm 2013.
Để biết thêm thông tin bằng tiếng Anh, xin vui lòng liên hệ với Ann tại (832) 859-9388 và bằng tiếng Việt Nam, xin vui lòng liên hệ với Thúy (713) 304-1710.

Landmark Forum Translated in to Vietnamese

The second Landmark Forum Vietnamese Landmark Forum (Translated) will be taking place in Houston. This video features the first hand experience of a number of Vietnamese Americans who participated in the Landmark Forum. They share about new kinds of relationships with family and other loved ones. This video was created by Big Saigon Team, a group of Landmark graduates who want to bring the Landmark Forum to the Vietnamese community.

To read and see more about this in Vietnamese see:

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.


Letting go of Fear

Uniden Digital CameraI was 22 when I first did the forum over 5 years ago. I found out about it through a friend of my parents, I was rather lucky as they did the Forum and the Advanced course along side me.

I have always been on great terms with my family. It did bring us closer if that’s possible. Landmark has given me the chance to grow in all areas of my life in a way I could never have imagined. Before I made meaning from pretty much everything, I was withdrawn shy and quiet, afraid of life and I guess of fear itself.

In the Forum I was able to complete the things which held me back. My life hasn’t really been hard but I’ve gone through some pretty tough things. And in the forum you get to see that everyone has stuff in their lives which stops them in some way or other. I have shared twice in front of over 120 people what I have gone through. I’m not scared.
The first time, yeah I was terrified, I was shaking and hoping no one would notice, but I knew for myself I had to do it and I am glad I did. That in itself was a breakthrough. I regularly share now. I actually love sharing, what I am creating and just seeing whats possible. I have gone from resisting life to embracing it. I guess I really just wanted to be happy all this time. And I got that, I got so much more than I could have ever imagined. I have done several seminar courses and I am going to be doing Communication: Power to Create soon which I am really looking forward to.

Landmark has helped me change things the way I want to for the better.


New Zealand

The evolution of a project

In 2009, my SELP project was to create a social network in the primary school of my daughters, in order to develop links among the community of parents and with the teachers, for the best of our children and a better mutual understanding in a multi cultural environment.

Yesterday, we have received a confirmation from the local council that our school will be rebuilt in a global project that integrates autistic children. A project that we have supported for years. I have learned something very key : no need to worry to reach the result fast, what is important is to keep acting.

Celine Bouquerel

7 Years and Counting

Alan DaurieThank you Landmark for the life you gave me access to 7 years ago this month. I took the Landmark Forum to divorce my wife after 14 years of estrangement in a 21 year marriage and as a surprise result fell in love with her again.

We recently celebrated our 28th year Anniversary.

I spent almost 55 years of not dancing and being fearful of being found out I couldn’t dance. It grew to a phobia like fear until I created a new possibility of enjoying dancing with my wife that had me lit up more than my fear and I became accomplished in modern ballroom dancing and also Victorian Ballroom…the latter of which I became a member of a dance cast and a dance host for. I have danced with about 1700 ladies in the 4 years since I took on the role of dance host each Dickens Christmas Fair. I ended my old relationship of avoidance with my mother. It had got so bad when I grew up that I joined the Army during Vietnam for my safety. This year 40 years of avoidance after that event I created a new possibility with my mother. I now have the kind of mother I had always wanted….one who loved me, who was proud of me, who wanted my success. I get to love my mother.

I took on my health dropping 70# in 6 months from 290# as I lived into a new possibility of vitality. My mobility was at stake. With 2 bad knees I saw myself as likely to be in an electric scooter soon. Instead I have more mobility than I have had in at least a decade. With the same 2 bad knees I added schottiche, the mazurka waltz and polka to what I do as a Victorian Ballroom dance host and dancing from opening to closing each weekend of Dickens Fair I was keeping up with the 20 year olds I was dancing polka with and I am 59.

My effectiveness as a Teamsters Union leader has skyrocketed and I get to take this education with me in case presentation, in negotiations, in making both my members and the employers being gotten and valued. I get to make a huge contribution. I also am starting my 7th year as an Introduction Leader for Landmark in Sacramento CA.

Can’t wait to see what I take on next.

Thank you!

-Alan Daurie
Sacramento, CA


“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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