Take an Inventory.
In order to accelerate wisdom, one must be willing to surrender the need for vindication. Success is not built upon being right; it is the result of being effective.
Think of the three people in your life RIGHT NOW who get on your nerves. Who is it that really pushes your buttons? Who is it that you hate to see coming? The truth is that these people are most likely your greatest teachers. These are the people that will open your eyes to the wisdom that you need to move effectively forward. Even if it is simply a conclusion of how you do not want to behave or whom you do not wish to be, the "irritants" in your life are the ones who offer you the gift of clarity. In their reflection, you will more readily be able to define the kind of person that you choose to be.
Take inventory of those who participate in your daily life. What are the gifts that each of them may offer you? In your interactions, how can you remind yourself that they are the perfect opportunity for you to be conscious of your intentions in your thoughts, words, and actions?
Success or sabotage? Success requires the discipline to see the opportunity in all challenges. Are you creating greater success for yourself or investing in the validation of negative emotions?
Is this going to be an incredible day? Using the wisdom of your life and the examples of those around you, how can you create an amazing day?