What I’ve learned from Landmark’s Self Expression Leadership Program

I went through an amazing 3rd portion of the curriculum for living with Landmark.

It was such a powerful journey. My project was transforming corporate wellness. I learned so much about myself, support, vulnerability, and public speaking. I don’t know what it was, but every time I was in front of the room, it was a spiritual experience feeling and being so connected to everybody.

I am so grateful for the most supportive group of people ever. The number of tears, hard work, commitments, efforts, letters, stories of clearing the past was so inspired.

I was even inspired to write over 200+ letters to old teachers, coaches, meditation, friends, family members, former bosses, and created so many reunions.

It’s nice seeing how connected everything is. All of my decisions creating this beautiful person I am today always helping, healing, impacting, and making a difference in the world.

I’ve personally watched people transform and am still blown away up how much I have grown in just a matter of 4 months. It all started with making bold asks. I reached out to all of my heroes and idols people like: Malcolm Gladwell, Lewis Howes, James Altucher, Michael Gervais, Rich Roll, writing them a note and being able to acknowledge everyone for who they are.
I have gotten peace of mind and realize that when you transform yourself, everyone else around gets affected as well.

I can’t wait to continue to share my self-development journey. I am so glad that every day, I get to wake up happy that I am hitting my goals, building stronger relationships and that people tell me I have made their day almost every day.


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Davidson Hang is currently in Sales at Cheetah Digital which is a Marketing technology company located in NYC.

Davidson is an avid networker, personal growth- life and business coach.

He loves spreading the love and regularly helps people create and design the life they want for themselves.


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