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

  • Dipublikasikan tanggal 27 Jun 2014
  • 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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  • IG
    IG 9 jam yang lalu

    I love this. I am dreaming of making a silence cafe where everyone would just shut up and enjoy their body, breath and food...

  • Alex Dobre
    Alex Dobre 9 jam yang lalu

    About the "pace". I work in this research institute for cancers and I have a colleague who worked more than me in this job. Every time I ask her a question I regret that moment because takes so much time to explain it. And she is looking into my eyes and it is like she is trying to understand if what is she saying makes any sense. Normally you get the point after 10 words but NO she is still trying to explain to me with 2, 3 examples. By the time she is done, I am in my tea break.

  • Άννα Κατσαρή
    Άννα Κατσαρή 10 jam yang lalu


  • Rafiqul islam
    Rafiqul islam 14 jam yang lalu

    The ted talk worth watching again & again.Awesome

  • Karl JIMENEZ
    Karl JIMENEZ 19 jam yang lalu +1

    one of the few ted talks i find really useful

  • Raj Vardhan
    Raj Vardhan Hari Yang lalu

    At 1:27 the guy sleeping 😂

  • Ay Samuel
    Ay Samuel Hari Yang lalu +1

    Sorry I'm not warming my voice

  • Жан Жара
    Жан Жара Hari Yang lalu

    Ответ на сабж видео - по русски блять!

  • Pruthvik A
    Pruthvik A Hari Yang lalu

    Man the climax

  • Kristina H
    Kristina H Hari Yang lalu

    Excellent and relevant.

  • Amin Asghar
    Amin Asghar Hari Yang lalu +1

    8:49....i know you will click on it again 😂😂

  • Thank You
    Thank You Hari Yang lalu

    Put them in danger while you control the danger to them, suddenly they become really good listeners. Amazing!

  • Plane Walker
    Plane Walker Hari Yang lalu +1

    Me : read title, watch the views.
    "well sir, I don't know what your gonna say but it works."

  • Karyn Grinstead
    Karyn Grinstead 2 hari yang lalu

    A foot = 6”. Lmao

  • Kai Monarch
    Kai Monarch 2 hari yang lalu

    “His To Speak So People Will Listen,”. Stfu stop ignoring me

  • Krypton 114
    Krypton 114 2 hari yang lalu

    Respect. Stopped video just under 10 minutes

  • HunderNaut
    HunderNaut 2 hari yang lalu

    8:11 i love how this guy made an entire crowd act like theyre autistic

  • Shilpi Das Chohan
    Shilpi Das Chohan 2 hari yang lalu

    Julian Treasure has simply addressed the matter of human voice, voicing and sound precisely to the point. I am a voice artist and I must say that he is certainly a genious.

    • Gaf Fatsy
      Gaf Fatsy Hari Yang lalu

      I agree, it's fascinating the different depths and textures of the human voice

  • 3 hari yang lalu

    Speaking is a two way communication system. Their reaction to your words should be impactful enough to cause a response by those listening!! Although virtual, a common live action response by "mobs" of people , will have a "believed in", positive virtual mob mentality efffect. Groovism is the belief system that is prepared to broadcast The One. is currently broadcasting various Grooves on IDclips, soon to be streaming 24/7 from around the world!

  • Raeigne Vindric
    Raeigne Vindric 3 hari yang lalu

    I would need this when I'm talking.

  • Keserovic Slobodan
    Keserovic Slobodan 3 hari yang lalu


  • Musab Aksakal
    Musab Aksakal 4 hari yang lalu +1

    Can't achieve the ultimate effect of people always wanting to listen to you, not until you've reached Speech skill level 100.

  • Sylvex Dragonskin
    Sylvex Dragonskin 4 hari yang lalu +1

    Dogmatism is the nr 1 that is used by the grand majority of people.

  • Robert O
    Robert O 4 hari yang lalu

    Be attractive

  • Siinestro
    Siinestro 4 hari yang lalu

    Seemed like he took a list straight from the bible at first.

  • HayesByeGrey
    HayesByeGrey 4 hari yang lalu

    Even after this video and taking note, no one still wants to listen to me 🤪

  • Ütopyacı Cibranist
    Ütopyacı Cibranist 4 hari yang lalu

    Tam aydınlanıyorken birde baktım ki altyazı kaybolmuş..

  • Hardadeep Biswas
    Hardadeep Biswas 5 hari yang lalu

    Lord Voldermort

  • kernow trebartha
    kernow trebartha 5 hari yang lalu +1 won't find poLIEticians adhering to that idea...

  • St. Tropez Var
    St. Tropez Var 5 hari yang lalu

    When u hold gun in your hand everybody will listen u very carefully. Try it, it really works.

  • T T
    T T 6 hari yang lalu +1


    KIHYUN IS A VOCAL GOD 6 hari yang lalu

    I'm having flashbacks when I was in high school and everytime I spoke the whole class would become suddenly quiet. It felt pretty good.
    I was probably saying sth moronic but who cares they listened to me ol

  • Melissa5575
    Melissa5575 6 hari yang lalu

    Excellent 👍🏻

  • cansu soylu
    cansu soylu 7 hari yang lalu

    I wanted to speak from deep down

  • Prickle Dickle
    Prickle Dickle 7 hari yang lalu

    What a nice dude

  • Craig Abbott
    Craig Abbott 7 hari yang lalu +2

    Jokes on you , no one listens to anyone.

  • Денис Честный
    Денис Честный 8 hari yang lalu +1

    Стать каким-т тама известным
    Выйти на сцену
    И заставить толпу

    Как смысл жизни

    • Aniruddh Singh
      Aniruddh Singh 6 hari yang lalu

      Umm yea, ...good.. whatever it is👍👍👍👍👍

  • steven grimes
    steven grimes 8 hari yang lalu

    Ace !!!

  • rui sentieiro
    rui sentieiro 8 hari yang lalu

    i don't like anyone who thinks of themselves as a "CURE".Let´s get real ,between you and me,you on said 7 were the things,important to your business.i didn't ear the ones that define a human being,Stupidity and Assuming, i guess you choose the one's that suits you best.but please,keep your "theories to improve moi même".seems like youtube is making some people's dreams,that.there wouldn't be enough "internet signal" if all the guys i know that are speech influencers,were online ;)

  • Optimezer
    Optimezer 8 hari yang lalu

    This video shows us , as you watch carefully and see clearly in the record or something like that , normal people , crowds or audiences do not do in daily lifes strange and unusual things like mostly crazy people do , if a believe or a trust figure or factor dominate the people it does not matter whether they educated or uneducated people do strange and unusual things, this called hiypnotised or motivated behaviour of herds in a period of time

  • Tuan Pham
    Tuan Pham 8 hari yang lalu

    there is one guy just sleeping through the whole thing 😂

    • Future rich
      Future rich 3 hari yang lalu

      Bạn là ng việt hả.

  • Roger DArcy
    Roger DArcy 8 hari yang lalu

    defimation and eulogy

  • Knott Reel
    Knott Reel 9 hari yang lalu +1

    It's fun watching otherwise smart people making idiotic sounds?

  • Matthew Brown
    Matthew Brown 9 hari yang lalu +2

    I have worked as a Key Note Speaker since 2004. I learn from each group as in I have a feel within the first few minutes. People respond to memorable speeches when you add humour & memorable / related stories

  • Nischay Sharma
    Nischay Sharma 9 hari yang lalu +3

    Came here to know the trick

  • Brigham Harden
    Brigham Harden 9 hari yang lalu

    HAIL to you many returns ever be with you.
    I learn alot and I am REAL
    Reality driven
    Empathically capable
    As I am created I literally am who I am
    Loving unconditionally, starting with myself
    Be real and be hailed.

  • Lyn
    Lyn 9 hari yang lalu

    Do that before you speak. Might try these things in front of my boss just before i speak to him just so he can be sure im defently not weird at all 😅

  • lis
    lis 9 hari yang lalu +3

    He speaks rather well. So poise and confident.

  • DJ Shock Africa
    DJ Shock Africa 9 hari yang lalu +4

    I can't believe how much I got out of this! Valuable learning, thank you so much!

  • h
    h 9 hari yang lalu +6

    Use your smartphone microphone
    Listen your voice
    Practice on it.

  • Pablo Porfirio
    Pablo Porfirio 10 hari yang lalu +1

    His Seven Deadly Sins are what got Trump into the Whitehouse.

  • Philippe Cantoria
    Philippe Cantoria 10 hari yang lalu


  • Major merc
    Major merc 10 hari yang lalu +1

    Why are you here in comment section ?

  • DeadlyLeprechaun
    DeadlyLeprechaun 10 hari yang lalu +1

    This is the dumbest thing I’ve ever watched haha

  • ysireesh1
    ysireesh1 11 hari yang lalu +1

    This talk explains the state of the liberal left. They're becoming increasingly irrelevant because of how negative they've become.

  • giang linh
    giang linh 11 hari yang lalu

    1:25 sleeping while he was talking?? Seriously?? So why did you come there??🙂 This is such a disrespect🙂

  • Werisson Mota
    Werisson Mota 11 hari yang lalu

    Great talk! It makes us reflect on the bad habits that make our speech not understood or given due importance to it. You can conclude that for people to understand and want to hear what you have to say will depend on how you speak, how the message is conveyed. I also liked the part where he teaches little tricks to get a clearer and more eloquent speech.

  • Madu Matos
    Madu Matos 12 hari yang lalu +2

    The way he expresses himself and makes us reflect on things we do daily without realizing it, which he calls "deadly sins of speech" such as negativity, excuses, and lying, is perfect. He explains how speech can change and impact the world. How to talk in a way that people want to hear is a real art, based on pitch, volume, pitch, prosody ... sensational!

  • Caren Grilo
    Caren Grilo 12 hari yang lalu

    The video is amazing because it shows how we can empower ourselves from something natural that is our voice. My favorite part is when the speaker shows the tools to make an eloquent talk, it's simple things that make all the difference in a speech.
    In addition, I learned that silence is also important and part of speech. This video teaches and encourages people to boost their voices and be amazed at their strength.

  • Mo Nguyen
    Mo Nguyen 12 hari yang lalu

    Why do most people mention about british accent? Accent can not decide who u r. Stop overestimating british and stop underestimating urselves.