Your game plan needs to focus on your primary competition strategy, from your standing stance to your top
submission. Most game plans have a massive library of different moves and techniques, but that becomes
confusing, and you'll most likely get lost. My game plan focuses on staying at the top of the linear path and
using the moves that have the highest success rate. This is why my students can come off the streets and
become competition killers in no time. They continually drill their game plan until it becomes natural.