Apply your Wisdom.
It is amusing how the words of our parents and the elders of our youth come to life once we have entered our adult years. Suddenly, much of the wisdom that we easily rejected no longer seems foolish or absurd. Life teaches us that experience truly is the best teacher.
At this point in your life, you have traveled many journeys, suffered many hardships and have enjoyed many victories. If you were asked to share the wisdom of your experience, what would you say? What are the five greatest pieces of knowledge that you could share with another in an attempt to make their experience a little easier than your own? What do you know now that you did not know then (in your youth)?
Once you have concluded on your five pieces of wisdom, look at your life today. Are you applying your own wisdom to your present experience? Is your wisdom only applicable to others or would it also benefit you and your intentions for greater joy and success?
Success or sabotage? You have all of the wisdom necessary to create greater joy and success in your life today. Stop looking outside of yourself. How can your own life provide you with the wisdom that you need to move effectively forward?
Is this going to be an incredible day? Use your experience to give this day meaning. The question is, what do you want this day to mean? How will you evaluate your success?