What I Learned From The Landmark Education Seminar I Attended In July 2010

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Hey Everyone,

As promised, I’ve made a short video to share with you some of the important tips that I learned while attending a 3-day personal development seminar here in Atlanta over the weekend.

The organization that was holding the seminar was a group called Landmark Education. And their “Entry Level” class is called the “Landmark Forum”

But let me go ahead and warn you…

Day 1 of this 3 day event is WEIRD (LOL)! You may even be wondering what you’re getting from it…but stick with it and by day 3 I’m sure you’ll look back and say that it was a great experience 🙂

I don’t get a referral feel or anything like that for telling you about the them, I just got a lot of value out of the class and thought that I would share it with you 🙂

For More information on Landmark, you can go here:
==> http://www.landmarkeducation.com/

And if you found this video helpful, then please feel free to leave a comment below.

Have a GREAT Weekend!
Devon

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3 Comments
  1. 1:33 pm on July 16, 2010

    Very empowering

  2. 3:45 pm on July 16, 2010

    Great stuff. I also would recommend everyone do some sort of personal development training even if you can’t get to one of the seminars.

    And just backing up what Devon said about being successful something that sticks in my mind from a PD course I did is “successful people make a habit of doing something every day that they don’t want to do.”

    That’s what I try to do, because I don’t find writing easy, I write a blog post or an article and often it’s hard work, but I do it even though I don’t want to.

    Thanks Devon for reigniting the fire.

    Alan

  3. 6:20 pm on July 16, 2010

    Thanks Devon for sharing. Consistency is … conditioning oneself rather than commanding oneself.
    I appreciate all your blogs.

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