From being reactive, jumping from task to task without thinking to be able to step back and be more prepared (both mentally and physically). I am now able to recognize my personal state and adapt accordingly. Being able to institute a "moment of peace" before my meetings - 5 mins of no talking or thinking, just clearing my mind and readjusting posture so all participants can be in a relaxed state before talking. Taking mediation/breathing break in between tasks. Understand I need time to transition from one thing to another. Getting a 5-minute head start won't really help, but taking 5 minutes to get extra clarity and mental preparedness helps much more. Being grateful for the things I have accomplished, vs spending all the time worrying about the things I still have not completed yet. Recognizing I need to "be" in addition to "do". I work on a lot of things, but I use to not evaluate whether that was the best. Recognize that before embarking on a complicated task, I need to be mentally and physically prepared so I am in the best state to handle what is coming. What behaviours and practices do I hope to maintain? - Continue to do breathing exercises - Listen to my body more - Be able to recognize I am stressed and need to de-escalate - Be able to recognize negative energy is being generated, and either stop that or turn it into positive energy Are there any ways in which my coaching journey feels incomplete? - I don't really know what I don't know. When I started the journey, I kind of laid out all the cards on the table, and Vibha was able to pick out the things I need to work on and point me in the right direction - Being able to accept and act on feedback is going to be the next step for me Is there anything I might regret not bringing up in the remaining time? - I don't think so. Personal wellness is a long journey, and every one is unique. I think having someone guide you and point things out is a good start, and it will be something I can continue to work on and improve once I identify areas of improvement