Positive outcomes of taking on a challenge

This blog started life after an amazing enjoyable trek with a great bunch of people, who started sharing their experiences on facebook posts.  After reading their heartfelt words I wanted to share them with others who may be having personal doubts or worries about taking on a life changing challenge.

It has highlighted that our challenges are having a positive impact on the lives of the people who make that decision to sign up and complete them.  By setting themselves a challenge they focus on positives, have a goal for fitness/health preparations, increasing personal motivation and connecting with like minded people.  Also their efforts help make a difference from the donations raised for their nominated charity.

We are always very grateful and humbled to receive positive feedback, it is lovely when such honest and open responses make you realise all the hard work is truly worth it.

Here’s the post from Life Changing Challenger, Leanne Adair.

 

After joining Life Changing Challenges for the Vietnam adventure, I had such a wonderful time.

Being quite a shy person it changed me, I met a fantastic group of people who worked well as a team and feel I have made friends for life.

I became more confident and pushed beyond what I thought I could ever do.  I’ve traveled the world but this was one of the best experiences ever. I have now gained confidence to do a 24 hour lakes challenge and a wing walk as well as the Canadian Rockies the next year . I intend to challenge and build my confidence.  This is down to the support and safe opportunities Life Changing Challenges have provided . Watch this space for the follow up of the future challenges, push yourself out of your comfort zone meet new people and amaze and be proud of what you do.

Leanne Adair - Life Changing Challenger

 

 

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