The Exhilaration Effect~
Building the Courage to
Take Your Leap of Faith

Events & Experiences




Lauren Kelly
on Mt. Whitney

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Adventurous Events & exhilarating experiences include:

Exotic foods dinners
Indoor Cart Racing
5Ks & Marathons
Target Shooting  
Defying Gravity
Roller Coasters 
Trampolining
Skydiving
Kayaking
Ziplining

What would be fun & scary for you?

"The secret of getting ahead is getting started."  ~ Mark Twain

One easy way to get started is to watch a movie that reminds you of your dreams and shows you what positive results can occur when you take a (calculated and doable) risk... when you open the window of possibilities and let in a breath of fresh air~

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An Exhilaration Effect Story

Lauren Kelly is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) consulting with a national healthcare
 insurance company as an Information Technology (IT) Project Manager. She has served on the Board of
 Directors for an international membership-based organization, Toastmasters International. She owns
her own home in southern California and has three children and seven grandchildren.


For her
50th birthday, Lauren climbed Mount Whitney, completed a 12-mile hike through the Havasupai
Indian Reservation, and completed the Rock n’Roll Marathon in San Diego in 4 hours and 32 minutes.
"I’ve always been physical but each of these adventures were a first for me and each stretched me
physically, emotionally and mentally," she recalls.

Lauren tells us that climbing Whitney was a major shift in her life. "The first time was extremely
dangerous and difficult; there was snow in June and the elevation has physical effects that are difficult to
prepare for. The trail is steep and treacherous. At the end of the day, our group was exhausted, out of
food and almost out of water. My memories of it, even after eight years, are still very vivid."

"The real crossroads were facing my own fear and maintaining a sense of loyalty to a team member who
 was lagging behind. In retrospect, there is very little in life that I need to be fearful of, because I’ve faced
death. I had to keep going forward no matter how frightened I was. That’s often true in life; I have to keep
going forward because staying put or going backwards aren’t really good options.

"Indirectly, it may have impacted me more than I would’ve expected. I can work through fear more
comfortably. I know what it takes to commit to a goal, in terms of the team as well as time and money.
I’ve since committed to, and completed, my Project Management Professional (PMP) certification and
now have a full-time position as a Project Manager, with a six-figure salary. I also ran a winning
campaign to earn a seat on the Board of Directors for an international organization serving over 200,000
members."

Lauren recommends that we all "own an adventuresome heart. Experience life. Try what you haven’t tried.
 Experience failure. You don’t have to be perfect. There is so much to enjoy and we can appreciate our
 blessings more fully. Just do something different! It’s the change that shakes us up."

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