Quick Release Headphone Trick
Here’s my quick release headphone trick!
We all know how frustrating tangled headphones are when you need them and how much hassle it can be. This simple trick means your headphones are always tangle free.
- Take your headphones and wrap the cable around your first three fingers a few times.
- Take the cable off your fingers, give it a quick twist and then wrap the remaining cable round the middle of the loops.
- With the last bit of cable, instead of pushing it through one of the loops, create a small loop and push that through instead.
- When you pull on that little loop your headphones are ready to use immediately.
Learning a skill
Like so many skills in life, It looks simple when you see it done. But you often just need a little bit of help to know the steps to make what looks simple actually work.
time and practice
Our thoughts can sometimes feel like a tangled mess, just like the headphones. When we want to share our thoughts it takes us time to unravel what it is we want to say. With a Mindmap you can have your thoughts organised so whenever you need to share your thoughts you can think of you mindmap and you get to ‘quick release’ your thoughts.
Learning a skill takes time and practice. Learning the quick release headphone trick is a little skill that can have a big difference. Mindmapping is also a little skill that can have a big difference.
I’m passionate about teaching teenagers, especially creatives and dyslexics, how to mindmap for exam success. This means you can pass exams and also understand how to learn well. You can also learn how to express the thoughts and ideas in you mind and how to connect things together. A mindmap is a very powerful way to do that.
I hope you’ll join me on the journey of learning how to Mindmap so that just as you can now quick release your headphones you’ll also be able to quick release your thoughts!
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