You are actually asking how to behave wisely and that is a very wise question.
Before answering that, please note that for wisdom at all stages, consider the ten qualities of an adept (DN33):
right view, right thought, right speech, right action, right livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, right immersion, right knowledge, and right freedom.
Let us also agree that considering oneself anything at all is just perpetuating identity view (MN44).
And with regard to the "accomplishment of wisdom", we should also mention:
never be content with skillful qualities
To come back to your question on wise behavior, consider the three practices grouping (ethics, wisdom, immersion) of the noble eight-fold path DN44:
Right speech, right action, and right livelihood: these things are included in the category of ethics
Right view and right thought: these things are included in the category of wisdom
Right effort, right mindfulness, and right immersion: these things are included in the category of immersion
Right knowledge arises out of immersion (i.e., continue your practice). The arising of right knowledge takes time. Therefore, to guide your actions in the absence of right knowledge, simply observe the ethical precepts you have chosen. This is how the three practices support each other endlessly.
Seeing danger in the slightest flaw, keep the rules you’ve undertaken. MN6
And let mindfulness be the single guard of your heart. (DN33)