A recent author in this column urged us to "exit our comfort zones." This week, I am inviting all of us to do just that and to become what I call an "Exceptional Wingman." For context, I invite you to imagine trying to do such simple tasks as getting out of bed, getting dressed, making breakfast, going shopping, brushing your teeth or hugging your loved ones without the use of your arms or legs. Try to picture what your life might be like if you couldn't see or hear. Visualize your daily routine if you had a disability such as bipolar disorder, schizophrenia or autism.