Being a bit of a jack-of-all trades with a little experience in a very wide variety of skills I thought it would be fun in my free time to create an informational series of how-to video series. I figure there will be some overlap with SKIP skills.
The gist: "How to ... (reasonably well)"
Here is the list of things I've thought of and some things to talk about on each, based on what came to mind among my skill set. I am however always picking up new skills, so if there are any tasks you would like to learn how to do reasonably well, feel free to reply and I'll consider adding it to my list.
How to do stuff (reasonably well) - fundamental guidelines - RECORDED AUDIO
Talk about learning, YouTube, books, podcasts, seminars, workshops, apprenticeships
Talk about sensory feedback and cues
Talk about learning the reasons why not just the rules.
Talk about learning human limitations and whether tools are necessary or just efficiency boosters or even just time savers.
How to cook (reasonably well)
Edibility, safety and sanitation, appetizing appearance and smell, flavor, temperature and texture.
Freshness. Recipes. Cookware, ovens, fancy devices, fire.
distance, access, traffic, greenery, water, fauna, sounds, air quality, night safety
How to drive a car (reasonably well)
aim high, be aware of corners, blind spots, know the bumper heights and clearance, understand gears, uphill, downhill, parking, mirror tips, seat belts and safety margins, pulling out or merging with confidence, using blinkers proactively
How to stop being angry at your kids all the time (reasonably well)
comedy, pretend, race, give reasons, deep breath, take a step away
How to solder (reasonably well) - BRUSH UP
heat wire not solder, clean the iron,
How to lacto ferment vegetables (reasonably well)
salt ratio, anaerobic, botulism, bad ferments
How to make quick pickles (reasonably well)
How to dry herbs (reasonably well)
time, dust, quality, storage
How to take pictures and videos (reasonably well)
composition, f value, iso or film speed, lighting, shadows, glare, art of seeing
How to design a poster (reasonably well)
typical direction of eyes, text backgrounds, information vs attraction, printing
How to make svg or png illustrations (reasonably well)