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

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Stand Tall and Learn to Speak so People Will Listen | Julian Treasure clip

Our posture heavily influences how we speak. Sound and communication expert, Julian Treasure, discusses how we can get the most out of our voices when we speak.

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Why architects need to use their ears - Julian Treasure

Because of poor acoustics, students in classrooms miss 50 percent of what their teachers say and patients in hospitals have trouble sleeping because they continually feel stressed. Julian Treasure sounds a call to action for designers to pay attention to the invisible architecture of sound.

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TED Video Summary (English): How To Speak So That People Want To Listen

This is an English summary (with Chinese subtitles) of Julian Treasure's popular Ted Talk, How to Speak so That People Want To Listen.
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How To Talk So People Listen - Make People Remember You

How to talk so people listen. This video will focus on how to speak with authority and influence. Having people listen to you makes it easy to get the things you want.

Here are 3 ways to develop more charisma.
1. Smile when you talk. Emotions are contagious, so let people catch something positive from you. People treat you differently when you smile. And the message comes across differently when you’re smiling than when you’re not.

2. Be curious and interested in others. The way to find out things about people is to ask questions. Most people like talking about themselves. And they will respond positively to someone who gives them the opportunity to talk.

3. Encourage and support others. People don’t want criticism, they crave support and affirmation.

Body Language
The goal of your body language should be to convey that you are important and open, interesting and interested.

Here are 5 ways to make that happen:
1. Fill the space around you.
2. Lean towards whomever you’re speaking to. You show interest in the other person by leaning in slightly.
3. No fidgeting. You want to keep unnecessary movements to a minimum

4. Slow down. Confident and commanding personalities tend to have slower motions. Nervous and harried people rush around.

5. Practice mirroring. This is something that can happen naturally when two people talking are really in sync.

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SECRETS For Powerful SPEAKING And LISTENING Revealed | Interview with JULIAN TREASURE (W/ SUBTITLES)

Learn the secrets for speaking and listening. Julian Treasure, a five-time TED speaker talks about How to speak so that people want to listen. Speaking and Active listening is the quintessential skill of modern times. Learn it to progress further into the life!

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How To Use Your Voice So People Listen | Lisa Nichols

There’s a voice inside all of us that is roaring to be heard, and we have a responsibility to use that voice. Lisa shares her personal story in how she got stuck in the limiting story of herself for 15 years, and how she managed to break free and discover her true voice. This presentation will give you the power to do the same.

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A presentation about Julian Treasure's TED video on How to speak so that people want to listen

The author gives short information about Julian Treasure's speech who demonstrates some useful vocal exercises and shares tips on how to speak with empathy.

Julian Treasure: Why architects need to use their ears

Because of poor acoustics, students in classrooms miss 50 percent of what their teachers say and patients in hospitals have trouble sleeping because they continually feel stressed. Julian Treasure sounds a call to action for designers to pay attention to the invisible architecture of sound.


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Julian Treasure is a sought-after and top-rated international speaker. Collectively his five TED talks on various aspects of sound and communication have been viewed an estimated 20 million times. His latest talk, How to speak so that people want to listen, is in the rare group that has over 9 million views on TED.com alone, putting it in the top 25 TED talks of all time.

Julian’s book Sound Business is the seminal work on creating intentional, effective business sound, now in its second edition and also published in Japanese. He has been widely featured as a sound and communication expert in the world’s media, including TIME Magazine; The Economist; The Times; TV and radio in the UK, US, Canada, Australia and Netherlands, as well as many international trade and business magazines and websites.

Julian is founder and chairman of The Sound Agency, a UK-based consultancy that asks and answers the question: “How does your brand sound?”. TSA helps clients such as Harrods, Nokia, BP, Marks & Spencer, Helm Bank (Colombia), Waldorf Astoria and many major shopping malls across Europe to grow their business by optimising the sounds they make. The agency specialises in creating effective and appropriate organic soundscapes for branded spaces.

Julian now draws on his 10 years of experience in optimising sound for brands to deliver memorable and transformative keynotes and workshops on personal communication and sound branding. His topics include: the hidden effects of sound and noise on us all; how to improve your conscious listening; how to master powerful speaking (including public speaking); how to optimise sound for a brand or business; and how to design sound environments for health, productivity and better relationships. His talks can transform business communication effectiveness, yet they also profoundly engage audiences at a personal level. The innovative use of sound in his talks makes them visceral and potent experiences that are always very highly rated by delegates.

Julian’s vision is to make the world sound beautiful, by helping individuals to make and receive sound consciously, and companies to discover that good sound is good business – which is fortunately true, as The Sound Agency has shown. TSA has installed innovative generative soundscapes in Harrods’ new Toy Kingdom (winning the Gold Audio Branding Award in 2012 for this work), made the front page of the Wall Street Journal with a crime-reducing urban soundscape in Lancaster, California, and has proved that sound can increase retail sales, customer satisfaction and brand value. The agency is now the undisputed world leader in assessing and transforming sound in shopping malls.

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TED's secret to great public speaking | Chris Anderson

There's no single formula for a great talk, but there is a secret ingredient that all the best ones have in common. TED Curator Chris Anderson shares this secret — along with four ways to make it work for you. Do you have what it takes to share an idea worth spreading?

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TED - Como falar de um jeito que as pessoas queiram ouvir

Já teve aquela sensação de estar falando mas ninguém estar ouvindo? Aqui está Julian Treasure para ajudar. Nesta útil conversa, o especialista em som demonstra o passo-a-passo de uma palestra poderosa - de convenientes exercícios vocais a dicas de como falar com empatia. Uma conversa que pode ajudar o mundo a soar mais bonito.

Speak So People Listen: Julian Treasure

Join Julian Treasure, one of the top TED speakers of all time, to learn the seven deadly sins of speaking, and which one leaders commit most often.

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5 ways to listen better | Julian Treasure

In our louder and louder world, says sound expert Julian Treasure, We are losing our listening. In this short, fascinating talk, Treasure shares five ways to re-tune your ears for conscious listening -- to other people and the world around you.

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How to speak so that people want to listen | Julian Treasure (TED Talk Summary)

This is a quick summary of Julian Treasure's talk done in 2014 where he talks about the importance of avoiding habits that will make people NOT want to listen to you and how to make your speech more pleasant.

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7 Deadly sins of speaking:
1. Gossip - Speaking ill of somebody not present
2. Judging - Very hard to listen to somebody if you know you're being judged
3. Negativity - Not enjoyable to listen to negative things
4. Complaining - The simple spread of misery
5. Excuses - Nobody appreciates someone who can't take responsibility for their actions
6. Exaggeration - Cheapens language and can feel like outright lying sometimes
7. Dogmatism - Confusion of facts with opinions. Being bombarded with opinions is something no one is interested in unless they happen to have the same opinions

HAIL
Honesty - Be simple and straight
Authenticity - Be yourself
Integrity - Be your word
Love - Wish people well

Register - Difference in speaking from your nose, throat or chest. Most people who speak from their nose are considered annoying while speaking from the throat is the norm. Speaking from the chest indicates power and authority

Timbre - This is the way your voice feels - smooth, rich, shrill. It can make a voice sexy or soothing. While we would agree Vin Diesel and Morgan Freeman have deep voices, they have very different timbres

Prosody - The variation in intonation in your speech. Nobody likes NO variation in intonation cause you sound monotone like a robot. Too predictable prosity (like upspeak) can be annoying

Pace - You can show excitement by speaking quickly or slow down to show seriousness. You can also insert bits of silence which are very powerful

Pitch - (Different from register) Usually raising your pitch indicates arousal - anger, excitement etc.

Volume - Control of this is very important. You can get really excited or you can lower your volume to get people to listen closely. Keeping your volume loud at all times is a bit jarring, so control of this is important.

Julian also talks about some great warm ups you can use before you go to speak, so make sure to check out the full 10 minute talk here:


Full talk description:
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.

How to Speak so That People Want to Listen: Julian Treasure

How to Speak so That People Want to Listen-
Five-time TED speaker Julian Treasure shares the secrets of effective communication and explores the benefits of spoken vs. digital conversations.

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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.

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