The Landmark Forum is designed to bring about positive, permanent shifts in the quality of your life—in just three days. The Landmark Forum offers a practical methodology for producing breakthroughs in the areas of life that matter most to you: the quality of your relationships, the confidence with which you live your life, your personal productivity, your experience of the difference you make, your enjoyment of life. Learn More. Expand and master your transformation. Landmark is a global enterprise committed to the fundamental principle that people have the possibility of success, fulfillment, and greatness.
We're on the frontlines, protecting the unique landmarks and neighborhoods that make up the heart and soul of New York. Our work enriches the quality of life for all New Yorkers. Giving preservation a powerful voice and fighting for sensible development. Saving landmarked buildings, revitalizing communities, and supporting local jobs.
Landmark Worldwide formerly Landmark Education , or simply Landmark , is a company offering personal development programs, headquartered in San Francisco. The current company started with the licensing of rights to use intellectual property owned by Werner Erhard , author of the est Erhard Seminars Training. Landmark has developed and delivered multiple follow-up and additional programs. Its subsidiary, the Vanto Group, also markets and delivers training and consulting to organizations. Landmark was founded in January by several of the presenters of a training program known as "the Forum".
A landmark is a recognizable  natural or artificial feature used for navigation , a feature that stands out from its near environment and is often visible from long distances. In modern use, the term can also be applied to smaller structures or features, that have become local or national symbols. A landmark became a "conspicuous object in a landscape". A landmark literally meant a geographic feature used by explorers and others to find their way back or through an area. Artificial structures are also sometimes built to assist sailors in naval navigation.