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

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

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 Follow TED news on Twitter: Like TED on Facebook: Subscribe to our channel:

Comments to the video: How to speak so that people want to listen | Julian Treasure

Questions 4 hours ago
Awesome Video Sharing
louise allan 11 hours ago
Omg I'm a complainer glad to have saw this video
Natalia Panic 13 hours ago
Thank you.
abdi mohamed 16 hours ago
my name is Abdi this is exciting and we are learning a lot from you, I am humanitarian aid worker in Somalia
Max Power 1 day ago
Shout at them!!
Mario Arellano 1 day ago
Is that guy with glasses at 1:25 sleeping?
Mario Arellano 1 day ago
Is that guy with glasses at 1:25 sleeping?
Martin Crosbie 1 day ago
BT always said “it’s good to talk” nothing mentioned about the 7 deadly sins in their small print.
edward kent 1 day ago
it is totally impossible to take anybody serious with a dress sense like that..
Richard Nan 1 day ago
I am a Chinese.I want make friends with some foreigners.(中西文化交流)
Stephen Yeung 2 days ago
Top notch, delivered flawlessly.
Emil Y 2 days ago
This should be a TED talk, on how to talk on a stage for 10 minutes and say basically nothing at all.
R Erpi 3 days ago
Please people look beyond all this Ted Talks. Most of them are fraud. Every video you watch they present ideas and they gave you recommendations on different topics without saying how they reached the stated conclusion. What studies are they talking about. Also notice how they all have been to terrific accidents or similar tragic situations. They are big liars. They are in this for the money and they do not care about you people. They do not care to teach you anything that can help you improve your life.
indravenidotk 3 days ago
I am hoping to get to Kailash next year. A spiritual journey of my own. Any contribution will be much appreciated
Hazy x Erma 4 days ago
I just want to play with my lips all day now. That was powerful.
Alex Wolf 4 days ago
He is an absolute Treasure isn’t he😚
Wasi Khan 4 days ago
this guy's a treasure
karan gor 4 days ago
Guys this is our english chapter. So just listening this to get this remembered!😅
Stitch The Potterhead 5 days ago
I have no idea what straight means.
Reuben Cole 5 days ago
So so hard to stop complaining
Tomasz Pelczar 5 days ago
Currently, it depends on the group plus place, interesting as overall can be for instance Hillary Clinton, Vladimir Putin, Michael Jordan, Pele, Wayne Gretzky, Angela Merkel, Elizabeth of England, Diego Maradona, Silvio Berlusconi, Ch. Branson, Bill Gates, Warren Buffet, Carlos Slim Helu, sir Tim Berners Lee, Dr. Dre, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Meryl Streep, Javier Sotomayor etc.
Joost Cornelissen 6 days ago
Contribution path become ynmlug note bad statistics ground ride fun.
jin6bai 6 days ago
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Alexander Munin 7 days ago
Speak German and you're fine.
BEATS FOR WEIRDOS 7 days ago
Sound Energy?
Hamza Tariq 8 days ago
Amazing crowd control
Garrett Walker 8 days ago
1:12 ТретЬе*
k westfield 8 days ago
At 1:25, I found a sleeping guy
ⵔⵓⴽⴰⵜⴽⴰⵜ 9 days ago
Or you could pack a gun.
s b 9 days ago
He helps me falling asleep.
Amit Singh 10 days ago
watch my short film. Panacea
Philip 11 days ago
Falsetto is only useful if you're one of the Bee Gees.
DMMDwrestler 11 days ago
Horrible advice
Owden 9 days ago
And your reason is.?
X T 11 days ago
I agree on some but disagree that I vote for politician with lower voice. I vote for people with a sound mind not because of how they sound like
Amin Samnani 11 days ago
Such an amazing voice he has
Bob Dunn 12 days ago
Wonderful TED talk and informative, 2 points: apply the 7 'sins' filter to Trump et al and no sound would be heard (now there's a thought). without the 7 sins, there would be little humour left.
David Cable 12 days ago
Just came to comment that I’m not going to watch your video.
The Doofus Channel 12 days ago
Clearly dogmatism works I mean look at the POTUS hallo?
Stanislav Didenko 12 days ago
I ate three cheeseburgers while watching this. Nice speed I have.
Binu Jasim 12 days ago
You don't need this much jargon. If people think that they can benefit from listening to you, they will listen to you. Otherwise not. It is that simple
Bhavani Nagesh 13 days ago
Actually I have improved a lot by this video
Boanerges the Anti-Catholic 13 days ago
I absolutely abhor repetitive prosody.
w47willrise ? 13 days ago
Blamethrower is severely amazing
The Greatest Hits Music 13 days ago
Who else lost interest in what he was saying after like 2 minutes?
ThePartarar 13 days ago
I watched the first two minutes, and decided a comment about the irony of the video’s title was time better spent.
IIX- Shadow 13 days ago
its sad someone has to say this out loud.
ravindra sapkal 14 days ago
great
LloydTheHuman 14 days ago
Wait. vsauce??
Stephen Aspinall 15 days ago
Oh là là! Clichés, slogans and acronyms! I'm all wet.
CharlyKnowsBetterTV 15 days ago
Das Video feier ich ! ! wieder mal ON POINT
INDICELT 15 days ago
Very good:)
Hilal Busra Bayir 15 days ago
Did anyone else notice the guy is sleeping like a baby at 1:25?!! And the main idea of the video is how to speak effectively 😒
Kristine Willems 15 days ago
From the start you put the emphasis on all the negativity. Just start being positive from the first second on, please.
Arif Khan 15 days ago
Nice lecture on the meaning of life. Pitch and voice also volume
Sandeep Pamidamarri 16 days ago
Excellent talk
axiom 16 days ago
10 seconds in and I already want to turn this off 😑😑😑😑😑😑😑
Kumud Bothra 16 days ago
did nt find it interesting.
shourya singh 17 days ago
Give up 1. Gossip 2. Judging 3.negativity 4.complaining 5.excuses Thanks me later
ABEL MOHAMED NGATCHOU 17 days ago
ANY ONR TO YOU NEED TO BE FROM WHAT AND FROM WERE,,,,,,??? THIS WHY BLACK CONFUSE WORD IN THE WORLD. CONSTRUCTING DARK FOR THE LIVING RIGHT ABUS.
jacksoncrate 17 days ago
Fantastic thank u
LONGJAM MANGAL 18 days ago
Ur words and suggestive are very forceful and useful in my life.thank u sir for ur valuable roses
penyou 18 days ago
Don't mind me. I'm just going through the hundreds of videos in my watch later playlist.
madhusudan parajuli 19 days ago
wow nice one
Hitesh Khatodiya 19 days ago
really most better one in ted talks for me i always appericiate these talks bcz they inspire me for my future.
Syed Abdul Hannan 19 days ago
amazing
good boi 19 days ago
Imagine listening their warmup as your ringtone
Terius Zúñiga 20 days ago
Next please make one that states. How to make titles for TedTalks so that people want to actually watch it.
Terry Cohen 20 days ago
Donald Trump broke everyone of his rules - and where did it get him? Oh yeah.
Toby Swolley 20 days ago
Oh and for everyone who use to do all 7. Througout times of my life I did as well to get people away. And knowing how each 7 truly work. You can avoid most personalities in others you don't like by using their trigger point. It's a crude but effective sociology/psychological methodology
Toby Swolley 20 days ago
I do want to say. I have crossed a person in my life that once taught me 2 very important aspects of this subject. 1). The hole ends when you put the shovel down 2). Always teach with a compliment. You can get almost everyone to listen with empathy, and connectivity.which A Lot of people have issues with connectivity.
Ashish Prasad 20 days ago
1:24 that man is listening to him fondly.
Er Wars 20 days ago
I think my neighbour saw me doing the warm up. Time to move
Artful Highlights 20 days ago
النبي محمد قال الكلام هادا من 1500 سته
Satyajeet Giram 20 days ago
👌👌👌👌👌👌👌
Kevin Yeoh 21 days ago
His head is brighter than my future.
defne cet 21 days ago
Okay,well, everything aside, his fucking accent though *-*
Mela Soomarie 21 days ago
i complain alot.this vid was very informative
gambart2002 22 days ago
very stupid video, all those points are essential survival tools.
Dionisis Makrigiannis 2 days ago
exadurating is not,and the rest surely are but they're beneficial only when done in a small degree
Owen Menning 22 days ago
Darn, now everyone knows.
Davey Thacher 22 days ago
The irony here is epic.speech policing that becomes thought policing. Typical political correctness, but wait he is not a millennial. I mean you want to talk about disrespecting language.how about limiting its value in reverence of subjective emotions. I mean we could make a video about people listening just as we could making a video about talking. When someone listens through emotions they do not think but rather feel. What is really going on here is telling people to shut up or think about it like this. Think of a world where no one talks or thinks critically. Where no one approaches anything that which is uncomfortable.what would change in this world? What problems would we solve? This whole speech was from the platform of opinion, and not a fact.so really it is quite hypocritical. Who are the people that are objectively stated to which the video is a guide to? Are all people the same? Who is the chairman of language? While I understand the purpose of these points and generally agree with them.I also recognize that they are made and presented in a careless and reckless manner to which is somewhat contradictory to the subject, message, and audience.
Kila Morgan 23 days ago
AMAZING GENTLEMAN!!!!
hoi bai 23 days ago
Why can't school be like this.
Gerard O'Dwyer 24 days ago
i like  Juilan Tresure   i  love  this  Ted talk  i want  to do  a Ted talk  on stage  creating  an d Delever my  Message  about  Eqarlity
JustACuriousApe 24 days ago
Plot twist: everyone walked out of this talk.
the big round donut 25 days ago
Did he make a seven deadly sins reference
Krazy Krank 25 days ago
Wached this video on 29 December 2017 and liked
Marco Aurélio Lima do Nascimento Junior 25 days ago
It's cool because he's talking is really good
[ Young Lakai ] 25 days ago
3:58 wow clearly his teaching is right. Look at their faces!
jean moreno 25 days ago
I have found the opposite of this to be true. Fake people get lots of attention.
Yogesh Nayyar 25 days ago
Really nice video
Dark Forest 26 days ago
7 deadly sins of speaking which corrupted politicians use all the time to win their campaigns. Unfortunately.
Kumara Datta Sharma Regilla 26 days ago
excellent explanation.👏👏👏
Francis Muiruri 26 days ago
You learn something new every day i just did.
Nasser Moneera 27 days ago
I've been watching this before every important day
John Robinson 27 days ago
Is Trump listening? lol
Destiny emeka 28 days ago
This guy board me to death.
Kakarotto 28 days ago
damn, he knows how to speak
Andrew Korvin 28 days ago
What about a 8 - being a crushing bore.?
Fu Sensei 29 days ago
Those. stock. photos.
Sarmad Saad 15 قناة خاصة بالاسلامية 29 days ago
I love ted talk, it is important. But you can to learn English language with Ted Talks to listen Video, Thanks Ted for everything, this Video & other i loved, It is all think awesome, Thanks Ted for everything
Bella 10 days ago
LMAO this guy thinks Ted is a dude