Prominent British Entrepreneur Critiques The Landmark Forum

British entrepreneur, author, and television personality Rachel Elnaugh recently took part in the Landmark Forum and wrote a review of it on her website, in a post titled ‘Transformation’. Elnaugh is known as the founder of Red Letter Days, a UK company that sells gifts of unusual experiences, such as car racing, hot air balooning or tank driving. She is also well known for being one of five panelists on the first two seasons of BBC’s Dragon’s Den television program. On the show, panelists evaluate the pitches of contestants seeking funding for their businesses. Elnaugh is also an author and business mentor.

Elnaugh relates that she has spent five years “reading all the self-improvement and transformational books going – plus attending lots of courses and seminars”, and that “I can truly say that I have not experienced anything as powerfully transformational as the Landmark Forum.”

 

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One thought on “Prominent British Entrepreneur Critiques The Landmark Forum

  • June 26, 2010 at 9:15 am
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    It was lovely to see someone in the media get it right. The ‘conversation’ in the media about work like EST or the Forum has always reflect the inability or unwillingness of our culture to accept that something truly ‘transformational’ can occur. Congratulations to Rachel for getting it about the Forum and reporting it. It helps create a new conversation in the media for us all. Thanks.

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