If you can do your best and forget your worst, you’ve already got a head start on tomorrow. As long as you lay it out there every day, you can relax when yesterday is behind you. Of course, the only way this will happen is if you give yourself permission to forget. You can use this approach in anything: pick a project or problem up, do what you can with it – then put it down. Work your tail off at the office, then leave it there (the work, I mean, not your tail). Deal with a crisis by finishing one day at a time. There’s a great deal of satisfaction in leaving things be. There’s a great deal of freedom in knowing that you could do no more. And there’s a great deal of success awaiting the person who gives it his/her all, no matter what.