Thank you for the replies. Veery, I agree that positive performance experiences are important to remember and keep in this tool box as well. I like the concept of mastery you introduced; we know a skill is mastered when we have the ability to use a tool without having to think about it. It's like walking--this is a learnt skill for most of us which we perform on a daily basis without thinking about it. Thinking about the motion of putting one foot in front of the other and walking in a straight line only makes the action more complicated. The toolbox is helpful as a reminder that the tools it contains are skills we have learnt and can trust.