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The Landmark Forum

Redefine the very nature of what’s possible

Bring about positive, permanent shifts in the quality of your life

More than 94% of participants surveyed reported The Landmark Forum made a profound and lasting difference in their lives.

The Landmark Forum is designed to bring about positive, permanent shifts in the quality of your life—in just three days. These shifts are the direct cause for a new and unique kind of freedom and power—the freedom to be at ease and the power to be effective in the areas that matter most to you: the quality of your relationships, the confidence with which you live your life, your personal productivity, your experience of the difference you make, your enjoyment of life.

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The Landmark Forum: How It Works

Landmark’s Breakthrough Technology

The Landmark Forum offers a practical methodology for producing breakthroughs—achievements that are extraordinary, outside of what’s predictable. The Landmark Forum is grounded in a model of transformative learning—a way of learning that gives people an awareness of the basic structures in which they know, think, and act. From that awareness comes a fundamental shift that leaves people more fully in accord with their own possibilities and those of others. Participants find themselves able to think and act beyond existing views and limits—in their personal and professional lives, relationships, and wider communities of interest.

Course Details

The Landmark Forum

The course takes place over three consecutive days and an evening session (generally Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Tuesday evening). Each full day begins at 9:00 a.m. and ends at approximately 10:00 p.m. Breaks are approximately every 2-3 hours, with a 90-minute dinner break. The evening session generally runs from 7:00 p.m. to 10:15 p.m. (in certain locations, from 7:30 p.m. to 10:45 p.m.). Note: Landmark Forums presented simultaneously in more than one language may end as late as 12:00 midnight.

Tuitions vary based on location and currency. To find out about corporate participation and pricing, contact your local Landmark office.

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The Landmark Forum Course Syllabus

A Day-by-Day Description

Day One

Day One

Orientation and Overview: How The Landmark Forum Works
Participants are given an overview—a sense of what they might expect, as well as tips and ideas for how to get the most value. The daily schedule is reviewed, and there is an opportunity to ask questions.

Day Two

Day Two

The Illusion of Someday: Rethinking Possibility
If someone says to us, “X is possible,” we would normally understand them to mean that X does not now exist, and that its existence, even someday, is not certain. Our use of the word possibility is different from this ordinary usage. We are not speaking about something remote or something that may happen out in the future. In this session, we look at the notion of possibility in a whole new light.

Day Three

Day Three

The Pervasive Influence of the Past
Much of what makes up today and even tomorrow seems to be an extension or variation of what has come before. What we see as possible – what we are working toward – is essentially a more, better, or different version of the past.

Evening Session

Evening Session

New Possibilities, Breakthrough Results, and a Quick Review
In this last three-hour session, participants share with each other, and with the guests they’ve invited to join them, the new possibilities they’ve created for themselves. Key discussions and critical insights are revisited, deepening our understanding of the distinctions of The Landmark Forum and their relevance in our lives.

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Who Participates

The kinds of people who participate in The Landmark Forum are those who consider life an ongoing opportunity. Their interests may range from communicating and relating more effectively to going beyond their current levels of performance. Others are people who have a high interest in shaping the course of their lives. Others are interested in giving themselves a certain advantage or edge in dealing with a specific area of their lives. They are people interested in living life fully; in making the right choices and pursuing what is important to them.
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The Landmark Forum for Young People and Teens

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These two separate three-day programs leave young people and teens empowered to be responsible for their lives, create new possibilities, deal effectively with others and feel confident in their own choices. Participants explore the freedom to face challenges powerfully and be fully self-expressed.

The Landmark Forum for Young People
The Landmark Forum for Teens
 
Looking for something for the whole family?
Find out more about The Landmark Family Coaching Session.

Attend an Introduction to The Landmark Forum

Attending a free Introduction to The Landmark Forum is an opportunity to get your questions answered, see how it actually works, and what you personally could get out of it.  You’ll also hear from people who’ve completed the course about their experiences and the difference The Landmark Forum has made in their lives.

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  Hear from other participants  
  • alan-menken
    “…this is basic training for the mind, the heart and the soul. It is the most positive transforming experience I’ve ever been a part of..”
    Alan Menken
    Academy Award Winning Composer
  • H-whittaker
    “I don’t recall any course that I have ever taken that has had an equivalent impact and effect on my life.”
    Red Whittaker
    Head of Robotics, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Wei Huang
    “The direction I was going, I would have missed out on the love and gift of my family without The Landmark Forum.”
    Wei Huang
    Senior Financial Analyst, GATX
  • Jennifer Kramer
    “To know that I could be effective at work was one thing, but to know that I could make a difference at the same time was a huge gift.”
    Jennifer Kramer
    President of Special Olympics Chicago
  • Tom Bilyk
    “I’m now able to forward collaboration effortlessly between different agencies around difficult challenges and issues.”
    Tom Bilyk
    Former Chief of Juvenile Justice, States Attorney’s Office