And...don't sneeze. Or even breathe on them. Seriously!
I'm "OCD-Me" about lots of things. So, when I get ready to plant I'll take a paper plate, or sheet of paper with the edges bent upwards to work over...if some seeds spill the safety net hopefully catches them. I'll take a small, say postcard-sized sheet of paper, crease it in the middle and (try to) bump out the amount of seeds I want to plant to a pot (or cell). I'll then slowly move the creased paper with the seeds on it over the surface of the pot as I lightly tap the paper...hopefully to scatter the seeds out. It mostly works...sometimes it doesn't and you end up with a clump of seedlings. It helps, though. Pouring only a few seeds on small sheet of paper gives me kind of a safeguard against accidentally dumping way more seeds than I want to in a pot and moving it slowly helps keep me from dumping all of those seeds one spot in the pot.
Evenwind is definitely not over-exaggerating the smallness of the seeds. I seriously got some seeds from a guy where I thought he had forgot to put the seeds in the envelope...I thought about it a second and grabbed a magnifying glass and SHAZAMMM!!!!!! there they were...incredibly small!!!! Those were burmannii seeds...some orchid seeds (from what I understand) are even smaller than those!!!!