Other than that, I'm fairly witty if I'm in the mood, and I have a pretty broad general knowledge. I don't really have any applicable skills I can think of though.
Working with very difficult people, whether it is a boss, coworker or customer. I take very little personally and it takes a lot to upset me. My ability to get along well with people I neither like nor respect without being an ass kisser.
Learning new things. All of my supervisors and trainers have commented on it before. They can sit down with me on a new project for a day and I will know the basics of it by the end of the shift. I tend to only make mistakes once, as well. After I make a mistake it sticks in my mind the next time a similar scenario comes up.
Making up plans on the spot. I now know that if I want to have fun doing stuff, then I need to just go somewhere and make up stuff to do. I am terrible a making plans. Just awful, but I come up with great ideas when I am put on the spot.
I'd say that I am pretty good at riding motorcycles fast. I'm 17 years old and a pretty fast rider.(Sounds like I am a total dumbass writing this). I also learn the way a bike behaves quite fast. Sadly, I cannot show anybody my skills on the racetrack because I do not have the money to participate in races. I need sponsors but I can't find any because I don't participate in beginner races. Any tips welcome. I'd never study in school because I didn't want the pressure or attention of a straight A student. I'm a very bright person and if I had the energy for it, I could study almost anything and pass with flying colours but I don't. I got average grades and passed with room to spare. At work, I just do my thing and slack off for the rest of the day. I don't do extra work to show off nor do I do so little that it attracts attention. I do the perfect amount of work every day and fly by unnoticed.
People. I can read people like a book. I sorta can feel the vibe they give off and just know how they're feeling. It's weird but I guess I'm just really aware of people. I help most of my friends through their problems because I can tell easily when something is off or they're bothered. Like if someone walked up to me I could tell their mood within 5 seconds of talking to them or seeing them.
Public speaking. I really do not have a problem getting up in front of people and doing whatever, like a class presentation or something. I did music basically my whole life, so being on stage was nothing big. Helps a lot in college because I have presentations all the time, and it naturally just makes you more confident. IDK just never had a problem with it.