Wearing old-school watches. Watching the seconds tick away, and then losing track of time for once. Planning a day of what you know you love, not what you think is expected of you (and if you're a fellow introvert, these moments).
Genuine answers to "How are you?" - realizing it's always nice to hear responses beyond "I'm good" and "busy....!"
Thinking out loud. Letting your thoughts go off on a tangent and start exploring layer after layer of yourself. Not being afraid to say the wrong thing, but instead, afraid to miss the chance to share a thought, as random or silly it may seem. Because that's how the best ideas and grandest epiphanies come about.
Mindfulness, self-awareness. Being honest to oneself and really reflecting on why we do, think, want, or say certain things. Realizing the wisdom and truth that you chase after every day in fact was within you all along.
Having the courage to admit your fears and uncertainties. It's okay to share about what you are scared of. It's okay to admit you don't know. If only we could all be honest and real to ourselves and one another - wouldn't that be refreshing?