San Francisco, Ca (PressExposure) May 10, 2011 -- It is only after reading the latest news that one gets to know that a suicide awareness and prevention campaign that was started by Australian Landmark graduate Gavin Larkin is ongoing. This course started in 2009 and it has been so successful that it has even gotten the support of the Australia's Prime Minister, the Minister of Health, and the Australian Parliament, as well as physicians across Australia. This piece of news was posted in the Wall Street Journal. It is only after reading the latest news that one gets to know that Nancy Zapolski, a Landmark Forum Leader who has been featured prominently in major publications such as the Wall Street Journal, has started a program about resolving upsets through communication.
So, where does one get the latest news on Landmark Education and its flagship, the Landmark Forum? It is possible to get this news from recommendations from people who have taken such courses in the past. However, this is disadvantageous in that it is a not a source of current information. Yet another source of news on Landmark is publications such as magazines (like the Wall Street Journal). These publications are advantageous in that they often give information following thorough research, but one is not assured that the information is unbiased and the information may not be current. By far the best source of information on Landmark is the Internet. There are many publications that offer daily coverage of Landmark and its forum. There are many reviews which indicate the pros and the cons of Landmark, enabling potential participants to make an informed decision. There are many blogs and discussion forums that touch on Landmark. You could go to Landmark's official website or other credible sources of news on Landmark such as http://www.landmarkeducationnews.info/.
About Landmark Education
Landmark Education is a for-profit, employee-owned private company that has an annual turnover of about $50,000,000. It was started in 1991 after getting the intellectual property rights of EST from Werner Erhard. The flagship of the program, Landmark Forum, has attracted over 300,000 people since 1991. The forum is conducted in casual environments with between 75-250 participants, mostly in hotel conference rooms. There are hundreds of locations in about 20 countries where the forum is offered. All the programs under Landmark revolve around the pursuit of happiness, self-improvement, helping others, and confidence building. Landmark Forums take place over 3 consecutive days, usually from Friday to Sunday and Tuesday evenings. The cost of each course averages about $500, but this varies from city to city.
Govind Agarwal is author of this article on Landmark Education.
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