Many people believe that lefties are more intelligent than righties. Some attribute this to the fact that left-handed people have an easier time learning to write with their left hand. For instance, most right-handed people naturally hold their hands in the same direction when writing. Thus, it’s much harder for them to develop talent and writing skills when their dominant hand isn’t facing forward. In contrast, most left-handed people still use their dominant hand for everything from eating cereal to playing sports. It means they’re much more likely to be comfortable using both hands for tasks – including writing. But why is this? And what can you do if you find yourself on the opposite side of the spectrum? Let’s take a look.