Open to Inspiration.
There is a great deal of freedom that accompanies not knowing if we are able to live in the question. Sometimes, the only way that we are able to access our inner wisdom (or Divine guidance) is in the midst of complete surrender. When we stop attempting to have all of the answers, we are open to true inspiration.
Often, when faced with a challenge, we can become the hamster on the wheel, frantically racing for a solution, but not really accomplishing anything (except for the creation of greater frustration and worry). Stress, worry and the ego's incessant attempts to avoid vulnerability will inhibit creative problem-solving and strategic thinking.
Step away from the challenge. Direct your attention to all that is, to all of the good that is your life at this moment. Take a long walk. Watch a comedy. Put on your favorite song and dance with abandon. Close your eyes and sit in some much-needed silence. Allow yourself to relax, knowing that the answers that you seek are already unfolding.
Success or sabotage? Not knowing is not a sign of failure; it is often the beginning of wisdom.
Is this going to be an incredible day? Sometimes it is important to surrender expectations and make room for the gifts of the unexpected.