Or, alternately, "How not to flip half an omelet directly onto the burner."
Yes, I stink at flipping large things in my nonstick All-Clad frypan with a flick of the wrist. I know what the problem is: I choke at the last second and lose my confidence. People who do it well just jump in without overthinking it.
Those of you who've mastered it -- how did you get to that point? Are there good (cheap) practice foods? Or maybe some clever non-food trick to try?