Julian Treasure: How to speak so that people want to listen

Julian Treasure: How to speak so that people want to listen

Have you ever felt like you’re talking, but nobody is listening? Here’s Julian Treasure to help you fix that. As the sound expert demonstrates some useful vocal exercises and shares tips on…
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25 Responses

  1. Vinay Seth says:

    1:24 The guy sleeping lol!

  2. FarmerBenny says:

    GREAT TALK YO

  3. Mike Marshall says:

    I think many folks can benefit from this…

  4. jplb96 says:

    People always listen to me and yet I fall into all 7.

  5. darja25 says:

    I wish this was actually true. But in my humble experience to many people I
    come off as a boring individual simply because I refuse to gossip yet love
    to talk about things that matter. Most people like trivial talks, they can
    only connect to one another by bad mouthing someone. I have a sister who
    isn’t a bad person,but man does she love to gossip and talk about stupid,
    irrelevant things. And yep: she has tons of friends and acquaintances.Which
    is not something that I can say for me. But I don’t expect the whole world
    to like me..i’m just surprised how undervalued some values are nowadays. 

  6. Talley Jordan seu says:

    I felt like the video went for 2 to 3 minutes. Came to the realization that
    it was 9:59 minutes long…. This man wasn’t lying.
    

  7. Kathleen Williams says:

    So basically this was nothing more than a verbal essay on one minuscule
    aspect of common sense.

  8. Loy Machedo says:

    Is this seriously worth being having on TED? Absolute Amateur Stuff. 

  9. Swaggi Baggi says:

    Funny part is that this guy was so boring, I didn’t even want to hear him
    tell me how to talk so that people would listen to my public speeches.

  10. Classes and Careers says:

    Talk so that others will listen–Powerful Advice!

  11. GP K says:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eIho2S0ZahI

    #TheSevenDeadlySinsOfSpeaking: Gossiping, judging, negativity, complaining,
    excuses, exaggeration and confusion of facts with opinions.
    HAIL: Honesty, Authenticity, Standing in your own truth and Love.

  12. Chanel Sumpter says:

    He is so polished!

  13. Kevin Gomez says:

    got a presentation coming up gonna utilize these warm-up exercises 7:56 lol

  14. Dinh Ta says:

    Check out this video on YouTube:

  15. Emilio Neophytou says:

    The irony of this talk is that I’m on minute in and bored already 

  16. Monica liliana Hilgert says:

    Echa un vistazo a este vídeo en YouTube:

  17. Alexandre Peixoto says:

    Some amazing tips on how to speak so that people will listen!

  18. Nick Collins says:

    This talk was really disguised as an example on how to troll a sold out
    auditorium of people who cannot think for themselves

  19. Eliana Corina says:

    #speech

  20. Mark Bunds says:

    The vocal exercises may seem a bit silly, but these “warm-ups” make an
    audible difference when you deliver a speech. They also, for some reason,
    help (me, anyway) overcome some of the pre-performance jitters. It works in
    the theater, and just as well in the conference room or auditorium.

  21. Andrea Roll says:

    What about “don’t state the obvious” as another rule wich would make this
    whole talk useless?

  22. Andy J says:

    The four agreements….right? Same thing. Don’t be a noodle. Got it. 

  23. Chinta Tira says:

    Pak Ahok, God be with you,,,,KOl 3:23,,, segala jerih payahmu tidak
    sia-sia, berdirilah tetap dalam kebenaran:) bagi setiap kami generasi muda
    Bapak adalah contoh yang patut di teladani, berdiri bagi bangsa ini dan
    mentransformasikan bangsa ini, with God all things are possible,,,

  24. Damian Louden says:

    Wouldn’t it be ironic if this Ted talk was incredibly boring. lol

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