For those who don’t care much for basketball, that is Lebron James and Kyrie Irving shooting a few fun shots. They both miss because, these right-handers are shooting with their left hand.
These elite players don’t seem that shooken up that they couldn’t even hit the rim.
Because they don’t need to. Lebron James has been averaging 27 points a game during the NBA Playoffs. Kyrie Irving when healthy, averaged 21 points. Simply, these guys are getting the job done.
But what if Lebron couldn’t live with his poor left-hand shooting performance. What if he insisted that he would take 50% of his shots with his left during the NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors?
Would we laud him as being a brave and wise warrior?
Not likely. I would call him an idiot.
Thankfully, Lebron doesn’t care about his weaknesses. Fellow baller Tristan Thompson can shoot perfectly with his left (and right hand) for that matter. Lebron and Kyrie care about winning and focusing on their otherwordly passing, dribbling, and right-handed shooting skills. They know that their strengths will get them a Championship ring.
Stop Trying To Shoot Left-Handed
You hate writing but love recording video? Do that. Delegate or ignore writing.
Can you execute a plan but struggle with strategy? Hire someone who loves strategy.
You get the point. You can waste time trying to erase a weakness or rent or buy your way to a solution quicker. Since speed is a potent competitive tool, I suggest you focus on what you do best and leave the rest to others.