Landmark graduate Joe Kirin is a member of an Eastern European Tamburitza group
At TEDx Fort McMurray, sustainability executive and Landmark Forum graduate Joey Hundert discusses the challenges of starting something new.
According to the Daily Mail, a recent study showed that divorce filings spike by 40% around Valentines Day. One of the biggest contributing factors leading up to divorce are money and financial issues. Couples often come to relationships with different […]
London lifestyle magazine Canary Wharf features Landmark Forum graduates and their breakthroughs.
A Landmark graduate is helping people without homes with a city-wide shoe drive.
In the Landmark Self-Expression and Leadership Program, one man invented an anti-bullying program which is taking off across California.
Two reporters from an Irish men’s magazine participate in The Landmark Forum and review the course.
Longtime Landmark Staff member Han Dana passed away suddenly from an aneurysm.
One Landmark graduate has made an enormous impact in reducing euthanasia of animals in Kentucky and other states.
A day for autistic children to ride horses and meet animals resulted in unexpected miracles.
Michelle Dickinson-Moravek always had a commitment to making a difference for young people, so when the time came to choose a project in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program, it wasn’t hard for her to choose a direction. Her project, ‘Perfect […]
A Landmark graduate is using her traumatic past as an opportunity to make a difference for others.
Landmark graduates have created a unique story form, visual tales which help both children who can hear and those who can’t to expand their language.
‘Spread Love Like Butter’ raised awareness of mental health issues and raised almost $10,000 for a Toronto mental health center.
Sunny Kang, a world-renowned clarinet player and graduate of The Landmark Forum, discusses growing up as a perfectionist, and the breakthroughs she had in moving past having to do everything right.
This is the story of a Landmark graduate who discovered it was never too late to follow a dream.
Jeff Gelder has spread holiday cheer to sick kids for 11 years in a row, via his international organization which gives hospitalized children Christmas CDs.
One Landmark Forum graduate has created Bag Ups in attempt to revolutionize the way people use plastic kitchen bags.
A leading entrepreneur recommends The Landmark Forum as the best thing one can do to take a business to the next level.
Landmark Forum graduate Vik Maraj was recently interviewed by the Huffington Post about what it will take to transform the non-profit sector. Maraj has worked to transform organizations and communities, working with the United Way, the United Nations; the government of […]
Josselyne Herman-Saccio, a Landmark Forum Leader and Landmark spokesperson, appears on CBS TV to discuss intimacy.
An ambitious plan to create a school for disadvantaged girls in Pakistan is coming together out of a Londoner’s project in the Landmark Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
Landmark graduate Steve Hayes has used his talents to make a difference with thousands of people. Now he’s doing so through a powerful character that he draws.
Landmark Forum Landmark Forum Leader David Cunningham gives three tips for staying cool at family gatherings.
Here’s a unique project – a combination roller skating event, house music party, and wellness seminar.
People write letters to their younger (or older) selves at www.letterstomy25yearoldself.com.
A blogger for Psychology Today who writes under the heading ‘Valley Girl with a Brain’ recently wrote a personal account of taking part in The Landmark Forum.
Noted philanthropist and Landmark Forum graduate Dan Pallotta gives an acclaimed TED talk about a new paradigm for charitable giving.
A community project leads to a civic leadership award for promoting sustainability.
Ernie G is pioneer in standup comedy, being an inventor of what he calls empowerment comedy. Read his story and how he used what he saw in The Landmark Forum to set him on the road to making a difference through laughter.