If you’re giving a big presentation, have a friend ask you a set question. This way, you’ll look like you know your stuff really well.
Solve \”spot the difference\” puzzles instantly by crossing your eyes. The differences will appear immediately.
Need to give CPR? Compress their chest hard to the beat of \”Stayin’ Alive\” by the Bee Gees, the tempo is the correct timing of compressions.
Taking notes on the computer? Use a weird font. Studies have shown the uniqueness will make you more likely to remember them!
When proofreading, read out loud to yourself. Your mouth will catch errors your mind might glance over.
You can remember the value of pi (3.1415926) by counting each word’s letters in \”May I have a large container of coffee
You can clear a room full of cigarette smoke in about a minute simply by spinning a wet towel around.
If you are buying headphones/speakers, test them with Bohemian Rhapsody. It has the complete set of highs and lows in instruments and vocals.
You can predict your future adult height with almost 100% accuracy by doubling your height at age two.
Fold your receipt around the gift card to always know your balance.
If you ever go to a zoo, wear the same colors as the employees do. The animals will come right up to you instead of backing away.
If you chew gum when you study a subject and then chew the same flavor when you the take the test it can help you remember.
Secretaries, tech support and janitors are the true power in an office. Make friends, remember birthdays and you can get anything you need!
Confusing Wikipedia article? Click \”Simple English\” on the left list of languages and it’ll whisk you to a simplified version!
If you drop an earring, ring, or small screw simply turn off the lights and look with a flashlight. They’ll light right up.
Need to test a printer? Print the Google homepage, it has all the colors and uses almost no ink.
Make a password into a goal of yours so you constantly have to be reminded of it.
When buying something online only read the reviews that gave it 3 stars—they’re usually the most honest about pros and cons.