San Francisco, CA (PressExposure) May 16, 2011 -- Participants are engaged in an interactive session where instructors assist them to bring out the best and discover their potential. Some of the courses in the Landmark Education programs include communication, leadership, confidence and self esteem. They can ask for clarifications at the end of daily sessions if there are matters raised during the day that are not understood. This makes the sessions interactive and the participants more confident and social. The first session will allow participants to evaluate the effect of words, the family background and other factors that have an effect on the perception they have acquired. Hence, they will know the impact of these eventualities on the relationships they build as well as the direction their lives have taken. This is because words and experiences shape lives and they can also destroy.
Participants also learn about the effect of complaints and stories they give in relation to the problems they are facing. In essence, it is possible to influence the ability to make decisions and find solutions by looking at an issue negatively, lamenting that there is no chance to get out of a tight fix, or even giving up. The Landmark forum helps participants develop a positive attitude towards life and its challenges, as the only way that they can get solutions to their problems. Complaining magnifies the problem instead of offering a way out. This bars the individual from accomplishing goals and it might have an impact on self esteem if the person always hits a snag in any endeavor. The participants get techniques on dealing with situations and going around them successfully. They also learn how to deal with breakdowns.
During the evening session, some time is spent sharing with other participants. This is in the form of discussions so that participants can deepen their understanding on areas of focus. The interaction also helps in utilizing the communication and social skills that make the participants more confident. It is great ground for them to practice what they have learnt. Landmark Education is associated with developing skills that relate to daily life as well as to the work environment. There are also sessions for teens and young people which help them develop life skills based on the experiences and challenges they face in their lives.