>>37052>>37055>fucking up in front of a bunch of strangers>experienced driver doesn't care when he fucks up in front of strangers.
It's a good advice for life in general to get comfortable fucking up in front of others, doesn't matter who they are. Life is a series of blunders, that's how we learn everything and life itself.
When I learnt how to write when I was little I had to "draw" letters in long lines, one character uglier and misshaped than the other until they got their regular form and the drawing turned to writing.
We also have to learn making mistakes publicly and live up to them. It also takes practice to just shake it off and try again, try better. But can be done. You have to keep in mind that people's opinion can't harm you, if they think you are stupid or you are "two left handed" can only influence you if you let it influence you. And if you fuck up but they see you stand up and make it right that will build respect instead.
Those lessons what hurts us the most are the lessons we learn the most from. Public mistakes are a good example of that.
Also a writing example. All of my literature/grammer teacher taught me, that if I make a mistake (we were forced to write with a pen instead of a pencil quite early), I fuck up a letter, word, I shouldn't scratch it out, but put them into parentheses and cross them with a single line. It would be a natural reaction to scratch them, hide them in a large layer of ink, noone to see it, not the teacher, nor you, but that's pretty dumb, because it would erase a reminder of your weakness, what you should practice, and what level of skill were you on.
Getting practiced in fucking up in front of others also give confidence. Oftentimes the fear of failing leads to failure.
One of my teachers enjoyed humiliating students in front of the class for their mistakes. Many of my classmates got caught by fear and couldn't answer simple questions, where the solution was straightforward because they couldn't believe the answer could be so simple and they not trusting themselves, fearing they will be punished, they hesitated and then got humiliated...
So, our new friend, go out and drive.