Marshall Mosher's post on Goodwall - Last weekend, I set 2 world records by seizing the opportunity, not giving up, and (literally) jumping into the unknown. On Saturday, I set the record for the longest flight off the tallest mountain range on the East Coast. On Sunday, I set a world record with JD Mallory as the 1st pilots to paraglide off the “El Cap of the East,” the East Coast’s tallest cliff face, Laurel Knob. Did I know what I was getting myself into? Not at all! But I DID know that I’d have an opportunity to challenge myself in a way I never had, and that was all I needed. I didn’t know about the 5000 ft of elevation gain we had to hike with our huge paraglider bags, that I’d end in the bushes on my 1st launch attempt, and that the tallest rock face on the East Coast was a climber’s secret only 2 hours from Atlanta. I didn’t know where we could launch until I drone scouted it, that the climbers trail only goes to the bottom of the 1000 ft sheer granite face, leaving us to bushwack 2 miles of bear trails to the summit (the only way up without trespassing), and that I’d break a new personal altitude flight record of 8000 ft. When was the last time you said yes to a challenge you didn’t fully understand and let your ability to solve problems guide you to new heights?