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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Use plain language.
Speak clear no mumbling.
Enjoy what your saying.
Dont beg for attention with your eyes, lose credibility.
No manipulation, not everyone is mind controlled easily.
Dont rabbit trail.
Do not get emotional.
Speak with questions and answers.
Only ask for advice if you're willing to take it. Otherwise you make people refuse to listen the next time you speak.
Hopelessness is catchier than hope.
Repeat important points at the end.
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bartakin it’s the ignorance of them wanting to know what’s right when all they know is wrong. I row the same boat as you, one day you’ll speak to people who truly understand. Until then continue speak the truth!
I sense a strong dictator vibe about that guy. Forced myself to watch til the end to judge and the last bit really confirms this. Yes, you can call it opinion, and you can also call it judging. And, I'm not giving arguments. But that's the very thing he does and it doesn't have mistruths in it, like, people will listen to you more if you're honest and nice than if you're loud and you gossip.
And that will make you a GREAT speaker! You have the drive and motivation. My experiences with public speaking is that I find the experience easier if I focus on one person at a time. Move throughout the room of people in the manner, it seems to "shrink" the size of the audience. Also, the more you speak the better you get! Knock em dead!
Called bullshit at 03:47. A lot of the stuff at the beginning made sense, and because it does an intelligent speaker would (not) do those things instinctively. Why would I care whether or not the ignorant and uncomprehending masses are listening when I speak? I might in fact care, carelessly like when I speak to a dog or cat or a small child but that's quite different from taking the notion that you can persuade people who are committed to not thinking to somehow do so by rhetoric or other jacking.
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