Search Results for: NANCY ZAPOLSKI

Landmark Insights: The Artists of Being Alive

Every day we are presented with opportunities to live as if it’s business as usual or to create something exceptional, something beyond who we’ve been, what we’ve imagined, and what we know. Each day…Read more >


We sometimes think that the circumstances in our relationships keep our relationships from being great. (If only she…, if only he…, etc.) But it’s not the content, it’s the way we hold …Read more >

Possibility–it flies on mighty wings

When we don’t pay heed to the dance with uncertainty–when we limit the ambiguity, the floundering about, the experimentation–we deprive ourselves of the raw stuff of being fully alive.* There is one …Read more >

Nancy Zapolski, Landmark Forum Leader

It often seems like our past experience is calling the shots. Here’s how it works: When we’ve had a bad day, or a bad experience, we put that past experience into our …Read more >

Nancy Zapolski, Landmark Forum Leader

There is no selfhood where there’s no community. We do not relate to others as the persons we are; we are who we are in the relating to others.* When we think …Read more >

Landmark Insights: Relationships—a stand we take for another

The profound love that’s possible in our relationships comes from a deep sense of alignment—an alignment of vision, of our most fundamental intentions and purpose(s) in life, in which each person knows …Read more >

Power and Freedom Where Fear Used To Be by Nancy Zapolski

The Harvard Business Review might not be where you’d expect to read about fear’s pervasive presence, but an article there referred to a great passage from a Joseph Heller novel. The novel’s …Read more >