I have fidgety hands and subsequently find it quite hard sometimes to solder small joints, and so I invented a soldering technique I like to call "Beading". It involves making a small ball of lead solder and then placing it on the joint. But there's more to it....I guess...
Step 1: Materials, Tools and other misc crap
'Nuff chit-chat, here it is.
Your usual soldering materials, whatever you're soldering/test pieces.
Usual soldering tools, small piece of metal or wood, about 3-4 inches wide and long.
Step 2: Make the Bead
Step 3: Using the Bead
Note: Something I always thought was cool was to put the soldering iron on the solder and see a wave of shininess coat the lead. :D