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

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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 how to speak with empathy, he offers his vision for a sonorous world of listening and understanding. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at http://www.ted.com/translate Follow TED news on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tednews Like TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TED Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDtalksDirector
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GameCrunch (10 hours ago)
So close to that sweet ad revenue
Wee Joe (12 hours ago)
Carl Rogers person centred therapy uses these skills, basically be congruent and stop facetiousness.......try empathising with the person as much as possible..........if someone doesn’t listen or want to listen, try some quiet then listen to their pish 😂
j pugh (1 day ago)
his voice is very dull
wesen (1 day ago)
That is really amazing, Good job!
Aquib Khan (2 days ago)
Weeeeawwww amazing
Drew Blanche (2 days ago)
What about eye 👁 contact? I’m horrible at it. 🙄
Flávio Peralta (2 days ago)
muito bom,veja choque elétrico mudou minha vida https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9SYKLWEoxF0&t=9s
Lucius Dark (2 days ago)
So boring and dull I couldn't watch more than 3 minutes. I like people that get to the point, convey the facts quickly, and not butter people up, use fake positivity, or try to inject humor they don't have. This man wastes time.
@8:49 My new ring tone.
ZenoDiac (3 days ago)
R S (3 days ago)
Donkeys everywhere.
nameunselected (3 days ago)
I think you need one of two things 1) the voice of James earl jones or Morgan freeman 2) an accent.
Herman Helmich (3 days ago)
Things we need to avoid And every time he mentions one i think Trump
kate williams (3 days ago)
This speech in this video is adapted as a chapter in my 11 th standard English textbook..😅😅
OQ Critic (3 days ago)
so annoying
Jayhob Ackluhammad (4 days ago)
this guy's got some good points
Digu Narwade (4 days ago)
marc def (4 days ago)
Great Zinedine Zidane!
Irene Perez (4 days ago)
How to speak on a way people want to listen? Fill 9:58 minutes of NOTHING and make it look helpful. "Be honest, be yourself and love the others" No way ! Genius! How has NOBODY thought that before Give this idiot a medal.
GamingTV (4 days ago)
tying someone to a chair by force, then gagging them always works for me, wait, did i say that out loud?
Dennis Espin Guizado (4 days ago)
its very interesting how many time you just do not realize the power of having a good speaking.
CHEIF HAWK (5 days ago)
It's very meaningfull for everyone and it imprives speaking and bodylanguage skills also Keep it up guys.......
Jay Em (5 days ago)
Listening to Anthony Hopkins voice at a slightly faster speed, great talk Sir Julian!
maria etorma (6 days ago)
His shinny shimmering splendor isn't he😂😂😂 but good bit👌
ImViision (6 days ago)
1v1 me irl
John x (6 days ago)
Nothing here you didn’t already know if you had anything that resembled an upbringing.
Therese Ward (7 days ago)
My daughter speaks so quietly to her children 12/16 years old that they have become excellent listeners. She looks at them intently - when they are not listening she will follow her words with silence. I then hear this from my grandchildren- What! I am listening. My daughter says - What did you hear? (I love that because she uses silence when she sees a puzzled look- a look of disagreement- a look of frustration) She guides the conversation until she is understood then she says - Come and see me when ... is done. My grandchildren know this means when ... is done - it will be there turn to speak and be understood. I love to be at their house. It has the sweetest atmosphere.
kiran sharma (7 days ago)
quality content
Dev Guy (8 days ago)
bailing this guy is boring af
Marty Garcia (8 days ago)
Khayla Buscaino (8 days ago)
I'm a voice major student, and I love how he emphasized the importance and use of our very own instrument as a way to enhance our communication with others 😍 Thank You. I've learned a lot. ❤️
Victor Ferry (9 days ago)
Too bad that negativity and judging are deadly sins, I cannot say that this talk is empty.
Satya Boddeti (9 days ago)
Great message... Thank you sir. 👏👏👏🤗🤗
Phuơng Danh (10 days ago)
AllSortsVideo (10 days ago)
Great content I am amazed how steady his pores are from his face to his scalp :)
Darius Iko (10 days ago)
A tutorial like this is great, I got new inspiration from this video. But in reality the listener may be worse, especially the headstrong one and it also depends on how influencing is your authority. At the end of the day when no alternative way, you have to use "soft" threatening way to influence others. Imagine that as a small peasant you try to ask Donald Trump to stop the trade war and make the world peace just by not interfering other countries by harmful way and see what is his response...... Every person still has their own selfishness...
g 2920 (10 days ago)
Im so HAPPY to see im not the only one that believes the words we speak are so IMPORTANT !!!! ❤LOVE IT!!
Tina S (10 days ago)
How to speak so that people want to listen. Simply , speak the truth> when somebody speaks only the truth many people listen if they like it or not. When the truth is against somebody people should also listen because they must make certain improvements in their behavior. Most importantly the only one requirement from our Creators is "always speak the truth". When people lie other people suffer. but those people who lie suffer most. Why? Because our nature provided us with a conscious mind and with judging tools so that we can tell the right from wrong. So Yes, we must be judgmental. We have this ability to judge and I imply here judging accurately and correctly and not lying. About negativity, just analyse the english language and you get a very good idea about not only negativity but contradictory meanings. two examples: the word understand is made of two words. "Under and stand" It implies here that you must not understand but to stand under. the word off course meaning to be on the wrong path. I know why. Do you? And by the way your name is Treasure. Complaining . the society should be organized in such a manner so that people can complain about other people's behavior and some officials to take action. like North Korea. Lying . who are the lyers of the world??????And why. I know who and I know why. Do you under stand ? Mr. Treasure????????
Sia Tsatoumas (10 days ago)
A lot of people listen to speak their mind. They wait until you finish to have their say but don't truly take in what you said and understand it.
Todd Walker (11 days ago)
I couldn't stand to listen to this guy. He should add "boring" to his list.
Deepveer Forever (11 days ago)
كتير تعجبني
It's Lady Hamilton IT (12 days ago)
omg I love his accent
Jakub Grubski (12 days ago)
im new with talking
Sayyar Awais (14 days ago)
This guy is real thug life
Hannes Öhman (14 days ago)
Seven sins, Trump uses all of them..
' Bert (15 days ago)
Heh heh. He said pitch indicates arousal. I’ve found that to be true. 😁
Øystein (15 days ago)
And still the US elected Donald Trump even though he makes all of these sins.
Owen Su (15 days ago)
the key point is at the end of this speech,so important,and we all need to practice it.Superb speech~(thumb up)
Tương tác nhé
Hanniffy Dinn (16 days ago)
Great minds discuss ideas. Average minds discuss events. Small minds discuss people. Eleanor Roosevelt.
SAGAR KHANDEKAR (17 days ago)
Its really hard to listen to him ...boring technique bro
do g (17 days ago)
Pisica Asia (17 days ago)
You're a treasure.
Steven Galindo (17 days ago)
this is good stuff.
Juan Jose (17 days ago)
Some good info but he is not a great speaker. He needs to sexulize his voice to really get people listening. Works with men and women and unfortunatly he has zero of it.
Ivar Kich (17 days ago)
Rrrrrr - it's mission impossible for a native English speaker... except Scottish, of course. :)
Himani Pendharkar (17 days ago)
Pourbakhshihamed Hamed (18 days ago)
ayanforever (19 days ago)
8:15 me during a presentation
이용은 (19 days ago)
I want to do the warm up.But I don't like to talk alot because I'm a shy guy. The information was good and I'll try to use this when I announce infront of my class.
Michael Hrisca (19 days ago)
What a load of cheesy cheap rubbish
Muzik Red (19 days ago)
ÇETO was here ?
Bong Me (20 days ago)
I have stopped to listen at the deadly sins. Tho I have to say if I have to be so thoughtful when I speak I will remain silent. And I haven't learnt to speak so people listen
Dét (20 days ago)
drkita (20 days ago)
Doesn’t Trump do all the sins of speaking?
Death The Great (20 days ago)
why am i learning voice warming exercises from wilson fisk
نذل Pakistan (22 days ago)
भाईयो और बहनों 😂😂
Fadii Salahat (23 days ago)
Tiu Arunchai Phantha (23 days ago)
i love this
Md. Rahman (23 days ago)
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thechangingtimes (23 days ago)
What if people can’t stand the truth? (TRUMP Voters, cult members, incompetent CEO’s, etc...) What if people and even entire societies have built their ENTIRE existence around dogmatism? (Religion) What if people are actually more popular and actually move higher up in an organization by engaging in occasional gossiping? (This is a researched fact). What if complaining actually releases stress and decreases cortisol levels? (Also another TED talk). What if it isn’t words, but actions that determine whether or not people will “listen” to you? What if there were TED talks that offered almost no research to back up their claims, but instead had people making absurd animal noises because of mindless group-think? What if the pulp-TED talks people came up with were nothing more than marketing stunts to gain views /clickbait to further their business interests and “consulting” speaker fees? Hmmmm... what if? https://everipedia.org/wiki/lang_en/julian-treasure/
Danny Nichols (19 days ago)
You're right, cult members certainly do not like the truth! A lot of what you say is food for thought bro
Danny Roman (21 days ago)
What if you're the one who is broke.
Fernand El Helou (24 days ago)
1:26 the guy is asleep
Shay Ó Laoghaire (24 days ago)
Hail! And well met, traveller
GOVIND GAHLOT (24 days ago)
Larry Burks (25 days ago)
Well done speech.
Bipin Konjengbam (25 days ago)
This is great.. I am weak in speaking..it help me speaks well..
Reshma Bacorisen (25 days ago)
Daniel Plus (25 days ago)
Saif Khan (26 days ago)
In short... Don't speak
ELCAPO Leoncaramio2 (27 days ago)
He looks like agent 47
Angharad (28 days ago)
U just wanna make sure ur future employer doesn’t catch you doing those warm up exercises ... might make u appear a bit strange lol
BROTHERS CHANNEL (29 days ago)
RektByMusic Hellberg (30 days ago)
Guy at 5:55 who fell asleep fucking perfect
Escape (1 month ago)
his head is smoother than my relationship
Tony Darbyshire (1 month ago)
I’ve only recently found TED. TED is good TED is. Thanks to Julian for sharing his brilliant talent in the ten minute video on how to get listened to and to deliver a message brilliantly well. I’m off to practice my We-awes now. As well as HAIL I must try to avoid the things we can all do if we’re not too careful. Great video. Made my day. 👍
Adrianne Angus (1 month ago)
I believe with my determination to communicate effectively, I will follow these! Claps for this great presentation 👏👏👏👏
grimble (1 month ago)
Very few people have something to say that I have not heard too many times already. It is the biggest problem. Another teacher, teaching me something they've copied and pasted from someone else. I stopped listening to this speech at 7:37.
GamalAbd (1 month ago)
I like the information in the video.
Leiden June (1 month ago)
But in the culture where I live people always want to listen to gossips.
I hate anine but Im a weeb
Abul Answar (1 month ago)
Ankush Sharma (1 month ago)
Anger can be controlled by just feel same pich u want listen👍
Timor Shah (1 month ago)
the best is for me Silence ,,
abou ghita (1 month ago)
rahul cc (1 month ago)
Best ever ❤️
Kyle Kingston (1 month ago)
Hi, 3:56
Ridge Briar (1 month ago)
H A I L = Honesty, Authenticity, Integrity and Love - things all missing in our current POTUS - YET enough people listened to his words, to believe he should be in the Oval Office. Go Figure. That's certainly goes against just about everything Julian said.
Matt Brown (1 month ago)
There’s no such thing as “your” truth. There’s the truth and the lie.
Matt Brown (1 month ago)
Ridge Briar So can you answer the question I asked or not?
Ridge Briar (1 month ago)
+Matt Brown YOU dodged this comment ... reading comprehension is not your strong suit. You honestly debate and evaluate - like a 12 year old. END - OF - DISCUSSION
Matt Brown (1 month ago)
Ridge Briar No I asked you is it true that 911 happened on September 11 2001. You dodged the question and went on a rant about your reasons for distinguishing truth and fact (which there are none). You dodged the question because you know that the answer would dismantle your tirade.
Ridge Briar (1 month ago)
Matt Brown (1 month ago)
Ridge Briar Why can’t you answer the question I asked?
Daniel Ying (1 month ago)
Nice talk. However, can't help but think about how this guys was already ahead of the game with such a cool accent and all. LOL.
fionae gaml (1 month ago)
7 Donts- 1) Gossip, 2) judging, 3) negativity 4) complaining, 5) dogmatism 6) lying, 7) excuses
greg james (1 month ago)
From your point of view, might I ponder; If in fact people have two ears and only one mouth but are several times over wanting to speak more effectively than to listen more often . . . Might it therefore be reasonable that people would prefer to blather on & on whether another wants to hear it than to just listen and determine when it's time to go to listen to someone who actually knows what they're talking about is better to be heard?

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