If you were to break woodworkng into five parts: harvesting, processing, drying, building (what most people consider woodworking) and finishing I think processing is the most underated aspect of the craft. Most "woodworkers" don't think about it.
The first minute in the ring will dictate expectations and strategy for a fighter. That’s all the time you have to size up an unfamiliar opponent. It can be thrilling and terrifying as you feel out your opponent’s offence and defense. The scariest thing you could notice in that situation is a lack of movement. Someone who slips your lazy jab with their whole body or whose punches come at you like a train on wobbly tracks is a clear sign of inexperience. A fighter who slips the same jab without a frame movement or change in focus….