Welcome to the forum sir, I hope you stick around and share your knowledge. There is a great deal to learn here as well.
As to your problem (Impaired Hunting) There is a thread on this site about it. I personally am not in favor of anyone pulling a trigger without being absolutely sure of what the gun is aimed at. However, there are a couple of ways for you to try it under close supervision, and on private land (so no one else is at risk)
They make special scopes to allow for a spotter to line up a shot for the blind.
You could attach an action cam to the barrel for a live feed to a laptop (possibly to a smart phone),
Or you could try a variation of this idea intended for a left eye dominant shooting a right handed mussel loader. I believe these are magnifying mirrors and only the last mirror would need to be faced for a spotter to use.
The only real difference between a good tracker and a bad tracker is observation. All the same data is present for both. The rest is understanding what you are seeing.