~ Being patient with the dinking, and not trying to break out of it too soon.
~ Making a good follow through on shots that need it.
~ Stopping your motion, and getting set before making a shot.
This list could go on and on, but you get the idea.
One little thing that's easy to forget is that the opponents are analyzing your moves as much as you are. Besides looking for weaknesses, they watch for patterns in your play, which helps them anticipate what you'll do next.
You could make your play more random, but that's tough to do when certain patterns of play have been proven to be useful. Instead, set a pattern . . . and then break it. Your opponents won't be expecting the change, and it could be just the advantage you need to make a winning shot.
Breaking out of the dink is a perfect example, but another might be how you handle the third shot. If you always drop it into the non-volley zone, for a change (if you think you can get away with it), make a line drive to the back court. You'll break your opponents expectations of your play, making it tougher for them to deal with you.