A response from Jenzel Freeman at MIT: In times of uncertainty, I almost certainly will feel an initial rush of nerves traverse through my body followed by feelings of frustration at the unknown. However, once that innate reaction fades, I begin to wonder and brainstorm potential outcomes or possibilities that may eventually replace the uncertain. Depending on what these scenarios may be, I either begin feeling at ease or my frustration may rise. If the latter occurs, I resort to breathing exercises and plans that’ll lead me to a positive outcome. Nothing else to it but just trusting my instinct.