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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I loved his speech"he made it so fun 2speak with love&respect always"&how if everyone does this it can become the norm again in Society"It helped me 2realize that just because my faith in Jesus&his word always taught me2 be encouraging everywhere I go"but there are many people in the world that have 2taught how 2communicate positively"
the content is good. but it doesn't give a hint about what topics that people have to say so they don't sound boring in a conversation. especially for those who have a social anxiety who's afraid to bring up any topic.
trying to speak so you want to listen, heh. -- first know the 7 ego payoffs.
And the 14 harmonic strengths each is an Awareness* and an Action!
9. Humor* - Integrity! (Integrity is a spontaneous interaction.)
a harmonic wavelength with
6. Empathy* - Caring without pity or sympathy
I is also for Humor - Integrity is the Action of Humor
(Humor is the Awareness of Integrity)
Integrity is a spontaneous interaction - as Toast Masters suggests,
Any great speaker spends half the time defining the terms used.
Integrity "be your word" ?? well I'd suggest changing that to be funny,
And the harmonic of Humor is Empathy == "someone you can trust"
the most lovable quality one can have? a caring person - "wish them well"
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I suspect this Q-ball is genius enough to grok me. no offense, such a beautiful head.
Fascination to see a new synergistic complete process, which I didn't see in my 30-year education How do you know it's the real deal and not some arbitrary list?
Everything is vibration, with a freq, amp and wavelength.
1 is a harmonic with 7, 2-6, 3-5,
and 4th is the core negative speak - whining - (poor me, the 2nd payoff).
this seems a real synergy specific to speaking, when a person's box should be temporarily shut down.
1,2,3,4,5,6,7 the magick number
when in the correct harmonic order, 2nd is always the most profound,
4th is the core,
5th is the lock and key --- here we see "excuses" (a lock&key thing),
and judging - the most profound neg stink one can utter.
I am he as you are he as you are me
And we are all together
See how they run like pigs from a gun
See how they fly
What would the world be like if we were creating and consuming sound consciously and designing all our environments consciously for sound? That would be a world that would sound beautiful and one where understanding would be the norm.... except if you're deaf.
Awesome video Julian... great tips about gossiping, maligning, judging, negativity, making excuses, and blaming embroidering, lying, and dogmatism [confusion of facts and opinions] among the 7 deadly sins of speaking. Plus about the 4 major ways to speak greatly with the acronym HAIL: Honesty, Authenticity, Integrity, and Love is the hail storm of speaking and talking to others as you get attention and empathy. It's funny because all of these points are also found in the Christian Bible [the only real truth in the world] where you can find depth, power, and authority for life.
That was a wonderful talk! Thank you 😊 My dogs got a kick out of the warm ups; turned into 'doggie playtime' lol. I'm going to apply the new tools I learned from you in my communication and know I will see positive results 😃 thanks again!
I agree in most cases some maybe there being behind close doors cyber bullied so all facts are not present but good content, yes no reaction to any behavior is key just find a way to eliminate anyone doin so in your medias
10/18 (it's actually 10/19...lol)
Usually i am watching ted video related to technology, but today i choose this because i have an presentation on sunday. And also i'm a leader of the university's circle, so i have to prepare for many presentation. Actually first part was very familiar, but another inforamtion are very helpful to me, such as changing voice tone. Obviously, practice must be followed, but i am glad that there are ways to improve my skill.
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