Some of my best writing today: the outline of how to design an acoustically isolated workout studio that plays loud music, via email, to folks in London. And an invoice.
Then, I trained. We took video and slowed our games down. I stayed in the moment and went to town on my mistakes. I tightened my game. I took out some fundamental errors in my approach to passing guard. I stopped being lazy about my jiu jitsu voice, because the others on the mat can tell and it slows their game down too. I will never rest on my belt color, never stop learning, never think of my game as fixed and done. That's the only way to keep my jiu jitsu alive. And when it's alive, others learn how to learn. And we all live. Good night.