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

  • Опубликовано:  3 года назад
  • 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.

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Комментарии: 3 499

  • dosmastrify
    dosmastrify 17 часов назад

    I think one that he completely missed is if you don't take yourself seriously nobody else will either. if you're always joking, then you're a joke. You can tell me that I'm wrong but you can't argue that this has been my life experience as a joker.

  • Umma Waza
    Umma Waza 21 час назад

    Amazing speech. I was listening this for an assignment but it actually also helped me in real life.

  • Dream you
    Dream you День назад


  • Najam Sheikh
    Najam Sheikh День назад

    Ironically, this man is not speaking well. I almost slept.

  • Janelle Fraser
    Janelle Fraser 2 дня назад

    Love the "7 deadly sins of speaking"! Thanks for sharing xo

  • vivek patel
    vivek patel 3 дня назад

    I would just say, be yourself.

  • axel larsen
    axel larsen 3 дня назад

    this was not worth it, a guy standing and claiming alot but gives nothing to support it, no examples no evidence, and man is he boring.

  • Sai Sowmika Cherukuri
    Sai Sowmika Cherukuri 3 дня назад

    What are the four main principles that we need to follow if we want our speech to be powerful?
    a) Honesty, Authenticity, Integrity, Love
    b) Basic, Fluent, Questionable, Vague

    ANS: a

  • 유악쓰
    유악쓰 3 дня назад

    I want to do it::;but I can't understand that meaning.....

  • Tuhin Bagh
    Tuhin Bagh 4 дня назад

    What about person with a stutter?

  • Rasmus Johansson
    Rasmus Johansson 4 дня назад

    Amazing, very well put together and good advice.

  • Mohammed Swalih
    Mohammed Swalih 4 дня назад

    I think I saw Tim Bradbury in the audience.........

  • Justin Burfitt
    Justin Burfitt 5 дней назад


  • SlyctonPodcasts
    SlyctonPodcasts 6 дней назад

    Do you guys in the comments, know some good videos for exercises with the voice? Apart of this video of course!

  • Colin Mikhail SINGSON [08M1]
    Colin Mikhail SINGSON [08M1] 6 дней назад

    Thank you for helping me with my class work

  • Erus Erus
    Erus Erus 6 дней назад

    We havnt las😂

    xWenDELL xBETTON 6 дней назад

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  • Soul Whisper
    Soul Whisper 6 дней назад

    Absolutely brilliant!

  • Hope Dox
    Hope Dox 6 дней назад

    Wonderful...great tools .. thank you

  • Sergio Jovino
    Sergio Jovino 7 дней назад


  • Daisy Han
    Daisy Han 7 дней назад

    i think the techniques he covered in this video is good for when you are giving important talks and you want the other to pay attention. gossiping and complaining and such are sometimes used as tools to bond with others and deepen relationships. speaking as a girl, i know gossiping definitely constituted a big portion to reason why i bonded with some of my closest girl friends.(not saying this is good, but this is how it's done for most people i think)

  • Simona Osoyska
    Simona Osoyska 7 дней назад


  • Andreas Patsalides
    Andreas Patsalides 7 дней назад

    Added to my list of things that we havent been told in school, and are very important for the society.

  • Zahid Hussaini
    Zahid Hussaini 8 дней назад

    Great 👌👌👍

  • rabbit uchiha
    rabbit uchiha 8 дней назад

    Strangely enough, he did not speak in a way that made me want to listen.

  • Sunil B N
    Sunil B N 8 дней назад

    this person's voice sounds like Lord Varys! :D

  • Darryl
    Darryl 8 дней назад

    Lol he said...Wwweeeeeeeee aaaaaahhhhh weeeeeeeee aaaah 😂😂😂😂

  • R U Bn?
    R U Bn? 8 дней назад

    My life has been an opposite experience of this. I'm quite natural in the HAIL principles, if I may say so myself. I've found them important almost throughout my life, but for some reasons, people just don't listen to me. I think it's because my voice sucks, my face is not pleasant and/or I am too eager of a talker. Love to talk. Either one or a combination of all of them.
    Sometimes I think I'm TOO honest, TOO authentic and TOO loving so that people think I'm faking it to get praised..but that may be a consequence of their prejudice already against me from the former things. I've seen more beautiful people with better voice that act and talk like me, being listened too attentively & even praised for the things I have been negatively judged for or just tignored...
    I think the HAIL works, but only as an extra shift, not as the prime factor.
    I'll leave you with my favorite quote:
    "The greatest trick of the devil would be to reveal his identity and talk about peace." (If you don't get it, it's a bit like "It's not the message that counts, but the messenger.")

  • Modus Pwnens
    Modus Pwnens 9 дней назад

    Eh. This sounds very privileged and white. Not impressed.

  • victor bruno
    victor bruno 9 дней назад

    What a trash of video!

  • Ho Nguyen
    Ho Nguyen 10 дней назад

    so true

  • Anas ABOUZID
    Anas ABOUZID 10 дней назад

    intersteing idea thank you

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  • Aaron Klever
    Aaron Klever 11 дней назад

    All trying to understand the world intellectualy, try to get some practical knowledge, thank me later

  • TanerHD
    TanerHD 12 дней назад

    Hail=Hitler are in Luxemburg... xD

  • Secret crush on glam
    Secret crush on glam 12 дней назад

    I can't roll my R

  • ucnhtmenow1
    ucnhtmenow1 12 дней назад

    I've been bothered a lot lately with people using their opinions as fact. I was once told to only believe 50% of what you see, 30% of things you read and 0% of what you hear. Even when you do your "own research", still question everything. The source your researching may not be 100% credible because their source may not have been 100% factual.

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  • mistax2k
    mistax2k 13 дней назад

    What I find interesting about this talk is that comedians and entertainers don't avoid the 7 sins, they actually rely on the 7 sins. Most comedy is based on the 7 sins. And the best comedians in the world are able to capture many people's interest. People pay to listen to their words and routines.

  • nghitrieu
    nghitrieu 13 дней назад

    The video is about how to get people to listen while in 1:25 the dude is asleep lol.

  • Carl Kane
    Carl Kane 13 дней назад


    WOODSTOCK'S WORLD 13 дней назад

    Great TED talk! Good simplified explanation of speaking with purpose and positive demeanor

  • Kenneth Morris
    Kenneth Morris 14 дней назад

    Strange that 62,984,825 people in the USA don't fit the human instinct to turn off from blatant pathological lying and arrogance though, and contrary to what is being said in the video, seem to thrive on BS.

  • danieltus
    danieltus 14 дней назад

    There's a dude sleeping @1:23... How ironic...

  • Hazem soleman
    Hazem soleman 15 дней назад

    1:25 that guy ain't listenin

  • mikey24199
    mikey24199 15 дней назад

    I disagree I give speeches on a weekly basis and I've realized enthusiasm and comedy mixed with interaction of the people your talking to keeps the whole audience alive.

  • Altaf Hussain
    Altaf Hussain 15 дней назад

    Video doesn't match with the title mentioned... :@ :@.
    Should've been 7 deadly sins to avoid about talking/speaking.

  • patrik pärson
    patrik pärson 16 дней назад


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  • Vazha Beridze
    Vazha Beridze 17 дней назад

    6:40 dude really knows his job :D

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    Gaabinubat Rafinulifilit 17 дней назад


  • NamelessPoster
    NamelessPoster 17 дней назад

    I stopped listening after 20 secs. Dull and stupid.

    KUNAL JAIN 18 дней назад

    The Title of this #tedtalk should be What to speak instead of how to speak and his final 8th deadly reminder should be to keep your away from those who commits these deadly 7 sins. irrespective good reminder points for all of us

  • Josh James
    Josh James 18 дней назад

    audience looks like a cult

  • John K Lindgren
    John K Lindgren 20 дней назад

    BTW. Why are all these Dudes, Blokes, especially the Brits BALD? Is it the Global Warming? Great Britain's insularity? Why? Bangkok-Johnnie, again

  • thabile ndima
    thabile ndima 20 дней назад

    Maverlous speech

  • A__ 9251
    A__ 9251 20 дней назад

    I watched it before three weeks almost and 😊👍🏻 it’s nice 👍🏻

  • Kira Wiesinger
    Kira Wiesinger 20 дней назад

    It's October 1st today

    • Jaime Lannister
      Jaime Lannister 20 дней назад

      Yeah indeed. That really caught me off guard, haha.

    3RB ANIMATION 20 дней назад +1

    the best time to sleep is in ted talks 1:23 xD

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  • Sky High
    Sky High 22 дня назад

    I am retired and now volunteer as a public speaker in a historic building. Before I retired I was in aviation safety counseling. I had to speak to pilots about safety. I have been speaking in public for well over 40 years. Today my historic tours are my pride and joy. I use about 90% of what was just said. I do not do the voice exercises because I work at the information desk between tours, so I am constantly speaking. One thing I think most people don't do is to break the talk into segments add a little humor into the talk. Time yourself, don't go on and on, most peoples attention span is about 20 minutes. Ask if there are any questions at the end of the talk not during the talk. I ask after each segment.

  • Shaily Shah
    Shaily Shah 22 дня назад

    I have this whole speech as chp in my English textbook.
    I just came up to see how he made those sounds

  • 1n20DnD
    1n20DnD 23 дня назад

    One of the best Ted Talks I've watched/ heard.

  • Stockton Saaief
    Stockton Saaief 23 дня назад

    I'll go with Silence.

  • Jeffcat101
    Jeffcat101 23 дня назад

    Somebody in the audience was sleeping at 1:25

    BITMASTER2000 23 дня назад +1

    Watching a video called "How to speak so that people want to listen". But after 20 seconds, I lost interest

  • Aiden Klassen
    Aiden Klassen 24 дня назад

    Doing ted talks at school so need help on how to do one

  • Guguji Ge
    Guguji Ge 24 дня назад

    Has anybody ever thought that most of human conversations are based on the seven sins he talked about? People are able to share their feelings through complaining and negativity. Allowing them to establish rapport and finally create some sort of bond. People need to know that they're not alone. Not to mention the fact that most people with mental health issues such as depression don't share their problems and negativity, leaving them feeling a sense of isolation. Like the seven human sins, all the "sins" he mentioned are what makes up our everyday conversations and are necessary. The world he envisions would be a monotone world where praise becomes a language and everybody completely hide or lie about all their own personal problems which may not be fake, doing so contradicts his "sins". Thus concluding that, although Mr. Treasure does present an reality which sounds good in theory, it would simply not work. Making his ideals a reality would mean that we would have to change human nature.

  • Drew Conway
    Drew Conway 25 дней назад

    I was so interested in this until the irritating acronym came out. 😒

  • LearnEnglishESL
    LearnEnglishESL 25 дней назад

    Good Advice. Thank you.... "One word may be likened unto fire, another unto light, and the influence which both exert is manifest in the world. Therefore an enlightened man of wisdom should primarily speak with words as mild as milk, that the children of men may be nurtured and edified thereby and may attain the ultimate goal of human existence which is the station of true understanding and nobility." ~Baha'u'llah, Baha'i Faith

  • Key dox
    Key dox 25 дней назад


  • נצח ישראל
    נצח ישראל 26 дней назад


  • Svilen Konac
    Svilen Konac 26 дней назад

    Definitely he can't be politician!

  • Encho Pramatarov
    Encho Pramatarov 27 дней назад

    It was all fine until 8:05 when it looked like the guy was talking to a bunch of monkeys.

    3M views 27 дней назад +1

    How to speak huh ?
    Don't speak what you want to say
    Speak what listner wants to hear
    Is that simple

  • Roy Ryan
    Roy Ryan 28 дней назад

    Beauty ❤

  • Philip Alu
    Philip Alu 28 дней назад

    Please tell your listeners something that they don't know...inspiration n truth of what is truly around them...
    We are better people it's that we don't recognize our gifts to do anything and communicate those THINGS

  • Expose The unexposed
    Expose The unexposed 28 дней назад

    Thats what islam already told us to do since more than 1400 years ago

  • Alex Tol, van
    Alex Tol, van 29 дней назад

    After 44 seconds I stopped watching. Every word is memorised, there is no spontaneous enthusiasm. Maybe his technique works for others, but obviously not for everyone

  • Darth Acaelus
    Darth Acaelus 29 дней назад

    You're already wrong

  • Philip A Covington
    Philip A Covington 29 дней назад

    great talk!

  • moimoi tomoi
    moimoi tomoi 29 дней назад


  • Boon Wiley
    Boon Wiley Месяц назад


  • dazzerstar
    dazzerstar Месяц назад

    it all sounds plausible , but if you are surrounded by arseholes a lot whether it be at work or in company then its not as easy as he is saying.

  • Name
    Name Месяц назад

    Ted talks is fucking stupid god damn possible its a big psyop

  • Yelu C
    Yelu C Месяц назад +1

    Ok I just did this. If you change your voice you can feel more confident and you breathe better.

  • Nathaniel Radan
    Nathaniel Radan Месяц назад

    u gota pay for that..

  • Nathaniel Radan
    Nathaniel Radan Месяц назад

    "ti rester roster rone.. is it rly a fun Feeling is it Enlightening"

  • Ngát Bì
    Ngát Bì Месяц назад

    hay quá

  • Drabhand SPR
    Drabhand SPR Месяц назад

    I stopped talking ill of people in my late teens after a chat with an older friend who would always preface mentioning another person who wasn't present with "our good friend". Even to this day in adulthood I find some folk don't seem to trust me because I won't trade slanderous stories. I feel off kilter when confronted with negative gossip, a feeling I'm happy to have cultivated.

  • jason harvote
    jason harvote Месяц назад

    This guy must not be good just reading the name of video nearly puts me to sleep because its boring and stupid topic lol.

    • ZigSputnik
      ZigSputnik Месяц назад

      Have you looked at it? Why don't you just watch the video and have a think about what he says. And then consider the way you are using language.

    • jason harvote
      jason harvote Месяц назад

      ZigSputnik ok what exactly am i supposed to find at time link you posted that aint retarded and boring?

    • ZigSputnik
      ZigSputnik Месяц назад

      So you couldn't even be bothered to click that 2:35 link? And you can tell from a title that something is boring and retarded? I think you need to consider that those two words may well apply to you.

  • Anooj Bose
    Anooj Bose Месяц назад

    His sound and way of talk is impressive... But he has to more improve his gestures and hand positions

  • Aiskys montrey
    Aiskys montrey Месяц назад

    I have a tendency to talk to quietly that's why no one listens to me

  • sxc673
    sxc673 Месяц назад

    What was this guy saying? I dozed off.

  • Ryan Embry
    Ryan Embry Месяц назад

    he talk real good. bigly

  • Vandee Digitalis
    Vandee Digitalis Месяц назад

    gossip, judging, negativity, complaining, excuses, lying, dogmatism, ---all of these traits these horrible human traits have exploded and increased exponentially since technology and cannot be stopped or helped as long as the computers and other energy stuff is destroyed completely. Everyone has to lie no matter what and no one has all of the facts at a given moment therfor no one listens unless money is involved.VD

  • Vandee Digitalis
    Vandee Digitalis Месяц назад +1

    How to make people listen. It cant be done as long as they own and use a smart phone. VD