Respect your Dreams.
Keep your visions and your dreams close to your heart. One of the most prevalent forms of self-sabotage is sharing your dream or vision for your life with a person that is not completely supportive. Your friends and family may be well intentioned and loving, but they may unintentionally question the validity or possibility of your dream. This will only serve to support any stories of limitation and unworthiness that you may be carrying in your unconscious.
You probably would not take a kitchen knife and intentionally slash your finger. You have too much respect for your finger. You don't relish pain and know that this act cannot possibly serve you. Have the same respect for your dream. It is yours to nurture, manage and grow. If you feel that you must share your dream/vision, do so with those that you know will be supportive in every capacity.
If you formed a support team of people that you know would help you in achieving your goals, who would be on your team? What would their roles be and how would you evaluate their success?
Success or sabotage? Are you managing yourself effectively for greater success? The only limitation, no matter what your goal, is yourself.
Is this going to be an incredible day? Manage what you take in; keep your mind free and clear of negativity, doubt, and fear and watch the wonder that unfolds before you.