It's always a balance... being clear-headed but being aggressive and as combative as you need to be.
Rugby is a game where everything is connected - from your kicking game to your defence to your set piece and attack.
Obviously, international rugby is a different level, but there are some really good players around.
I am very cautious, and there are not too many decisions I've not discussed with my parents, whether that be about my career or away from the field.
Confidence can be elusive because you don't know you've lost it. It's not something you can put your finger on.
I have some special things at home, but not too many. I've got two shirts framed - that's all - my first Premiership final with Saracens and my first England cap. They're not signed by anyone; they're not even washed. They stink!
Wales are obviously a team that like to play rugby in your half and put as many people as possible in the front line and get off the line and put pressure on you.
I don't have too many gadgets in the house. I do like playing computer games every now and again, though.
The key to success is hard work. You want to feel as comfortable as you can going into the game, and you do that by preparing well.
Other players do not rib me for being the coach's son. They rib me more for living at home with my mum and dad.
Every time I kick a goal, I do the Joining Jack sign, which is two Js linked together for Jack's charity and for Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
I love practising, ever since I was that kid in the field, but I don't set targets for each session or anything.
A change of environment is pretty refreshing.
I think I'm more of a saver than a spender - more because I just like being at home.
Big games are usually about doing the simple things well - not trying to pull a rabbit out of a hat.
Walking out in front of 80,000 spectators was unbelievable.
I spent my time chasing rucks and never managing to hit any, so I quickly switched out to the backs.
I was always watching Dad lift trophies. That made me want to do what he does.
Anyone can be beaten. I don't think any team is unbeatable.
I don't think anyone is untouchable.