On July 17, 1938, Douglas “Wrong Way” Corrigan made a transatlantic flight from New York to Dublin. The flight was made after a flight plan was denied due to a navigational error, per Corrigan, thus earning his nickname. Whether the flight was intentional or truly due to an error, Corrigan ended up doing what someone told him he couldn’t. So today, take a chance to do something you’ve been told you couldn’t do (either by someone else or yourself). Look at whatever the result is as an accomplishment because you were brave enough to try.
You got this!