San Francisco, CA (Vocus/PRWEB) March 30, 2011
Landmark Education, an international leader in the personal and professional growth, training and development industry, was featured in a recent issue of TIME magazine.
TIME writer Nathan Thornburgh attended The Landmark Forum, the company’s flagship weekend seminar, as part of his look at the personal development industry. The resulting article, “A Better Me,” appeared in the March 7 issue and at one point was the “most emailed” article on the magazine’s entire web site.
Thornburgh, who left his full-time job at TIME to become a stay-at-home dad and blogger, details his experience attending The Landmark Forum, studying Ashtanga yoga and visiting a retreat near Sedona, Arizona.
The author notes that The Landmark Forum is “one of the country’s largest personal-development workshops” and declares Landmark as “the natural first stop in any transformation tour.” Thornburgh, a self-described skeptical journalist, details how The Landmark Forum helped him “to break out of old habits” and examine how well he was parenting his two young children. The course leader was, Thornburgh says, "remarkably insightful” in helping him confront his sense of distraction in his relationship with his family.
Thornburgh’s assessment is consistent with the findings published in MarketData Industries’ 2010 report on the self-improvement industry, which stated that “Landmark Education is recognized for having one of the best faculty bodies in the business.”
Landmark uses leading-edge educational methodology to equip people to produce “breakthroughs”—extraordinary results in the areas of their lives that are most important to them, including career, relationships and productivity. Recognized as one of the top leadership and development training program providers in the world by HR.com/James MacNeil in 2002, Landmark Education offers programs that are innovative, effective and immediately relevant.
Landmark Education is a personal and professional growth, training and development company that has had more than 1.3 million people use its programs to cause breakthroughs in their personal lives as well as in their communities. For more information, please visit http://www.landmarkeducation.com.