Here at Landmark Education News we have collected videos and transcripts of Landmark Forum Leaders speaking out on a wide variety of topics.
Recently, Landmark Forum leader David Cunningham was interviewed on a Sacramento television program about dealing powerfully with the United States economic recession.
Freedom from the Past
Senior Landmark Forum leader and Landmark Education executive Nancy Zapolski delivers Landmark’s online introduction on its website. She has also written numerous articles about the ideas of Landmark Education. Here is an excerpt of one article:
Trying to resist, change, or avoid the enormous influence of the past keeps us foolishly focused on it. Yet we’re reluctant to leave it behind, reluctant to transform the pervasive hold it has on our present-time lives. Not doing so, however, results in an endless continuum of living a “now” that is littered with the detritus of the past.
Recently, Nancy and David Cunningham (see below) were featured on a Canadian Television program called Positive Living which brought cameras into a Landmark Forum they led and followed the experience of one participant. Watch the video below.
Joe Dimaggio also speaks about the nature of time and freedom from the past in the following video:
Relationships and Intimacy
David Cunningham was interviewed last year on Good Life Radio on the topic of relationships, and here’s a little bit of what he had to say:
Cunningham: I’m going to talk now about what gets in the way of intimacy, and what gets in the way of intimacy is anything that’s withheld. You know, if two people have secrets from each other, if two people have things they think they can’t say to each other, they really will get distant. And so it’s really important for intimacy is that nothing’s withheld, that people really do communicate fully, openly, completely with each other. And if there’s something withheld, something kept back, you know, maybe it’s an opinion, maybe it’s a secret, maybe as simple as “I spent more money than you wanted me to”. Do you know, if I think I spent more money, I went shopping and I think I spent more money than you wanted me to, and then I don’t say that or I withhold that or I try to keep that a secret, there will be distance between us immediately.
The complete interview is available in three parts here on Landmark Education News.
Landmark Forum Leader Randy McNamara was interviewed on a Toronto radio station about the programs of Landmark Education. Here’s an excerpt:
Interviewer: There have been so many inspiring stories. If you have one that you can recall offhand about some of the things that they’ve learned from Landmark in taking action and being confident with themselves, what would that be?
Randy McNamara: Well, one thing comes to mind. There was a person who had lost their leg in an auto accident, which is a terrible thing. Then she learned about the earthquake that happened in India back a few years ago. And she – because we teach people to think new possibilities, to step outside of their normal ways of thinking, she said to herself, “Listen. How can I make a difference?”
And then she thought, “Well, I’ll bet a whole bunch of people like myself have had improved legs over the years and improved arms. I bet we’ve got arms and legs in our attics.” And so she created a community project, which is inside one of our programs, which is called the Self Expression and Leadership Program where you engage other people in how they could think beyond the norm.
To make a long story short, she flew to India with an entire cargo plane full of arms and legs and a team of doctors and they fitted 1,000 people with arms and legs.
Read the entire interview here on Landmark News.
Nancy Zapolski and a variety of Landmark Forum leaders are also feature in Landmark’s online introduction, available at the Landmark website.
Deborah Beroset is not a Landmark Forum leader, but she is a Landmark Seminar leader and spokesperson. She appeared on Great Day St. Louis television program on the topic of gossip.
Many other topics
We have also have interviews of and articles by Landmark Forum leaders speaking out on a host of other subjects, such as Joe Dimaggio on parent/child relationships, Randy McNamara writing about resistance to change in organizations, David Cunningham speaking about dealing with family around the holidays, Nancy Zapolski talking about money and David Cunningham also commenting on the phenomenon of epiphanies.