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18 years ago
whisky
"Gee....maybe I should go back to Landmark so I can be like Mr. Thirty Porsches. Afterall life is about whoever has the most toys or whatever wins." Yet, so many people think this way. I have a relatively new Porsche Carrera, which I treat with the greatest of care. For me, it's just a fun toy which helps me enjoy long drives on nice days (driving is a requirement of what I do)
Forum: Large Group Awareness Training, "Human Potential"
18 years ago
whisky
"Mostly, Landmark, and groups like Landmark love people of prestige and influence who will bring in more people. It's all about image; that is the illusion of success, power, high status, and happiness and how to project that image so that others are drawn to you and want to know how you do what you do. Watch out for the piercing stare directly into your eyes and amped-up smiles. These
Forum: Large Group Awareness Training, "Human Potential"
18 years ago
whisky
I'm truly humbled - you people are great. I was having lunch with a client today (beautiful weather - for a change!), and mentioned my experience with Landmark. We had never quite hit it off properly before, but that all changed. He described to me in full detail a retreat that he took with other Landmark members - which he met through an ex girlfriend who was heavily involved in the progr
Forum: Large Group Awareness Training, "Human Potential"
18 years ago
whisky
Hello everybody, I am new to this site, as you can probably tell. I am a self-employed, white upper-middle class professional in his late 20's with a shy disposition and tendency to be "soft" in bargaining. I'm keeping this vague, if to a level of sounding pretentious (which I apologize for), for a reason. Less than a week ago, at a meeting of my local chapter of PCA (Porsch
Forum: Large Group Awareness Training, "Human Potential"
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