I don't want to overhear conference calls -- so shut the door.
That's funny. This is probably a coincidence, but the person I work for that introduced me to Landmark is always on speaker phone.
Get this. He is a leader, or whatever they are called... I kind of backed out, but I overheard him on the phone with someone he had invited to the forum, and she sounded just like me right after I had done the Intro. She was already using the terminology, I guess because that's how you have to relate to them eventually. I think she hadn't done the Forum yet, or hadn't made up her mind... but she was like me in that she was saying "this seems so great, I really like Landmark", but her inner feeling was telling her something, and she gave him a mixed BS excuse. You can't second guess yourself all the time. Sometimes you just know when something is BS. ...but do you think they leave the speaker phone on on purpose, especially when talking about Landmark, or maybe to try to show how Landmark helps with their business skills?
I said this in another post, but I noticed Landmark works so well b/c, like the guy that introduced me and her, you have these successful and seamingly bright people that get worked into it. "gee golly, what was I thinking, this couldn't be anything sketchy." I could sense it in this womans voice that she trusted and admired this guy as much as I did at the time of being persuaded to do Landmark, and that made it hard to back out... he even brought her to tears over the phone, and I noticed the tone he talks in and the terminology used. You'd have to be there to understand. right in my face.