Subscribe for my new educational videos: 🤍bit.ly/utube-rhetorical Check out my TED talk (now over 2 million views): 🤍🤍youtube.com/watch?v=zXCiv4sc5eY "The Discipline of Finishing: Conor Neill at TEDxUniversidaddeNavarra" -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- I am Conor Neill. I teach. I share tips. I ask questions. I'm a member of EO, President of Vistage in Spain and teach at IESE Business School. Shout out if you've been there or done that ;-) on 🤍🤍facebook.com/rhetorical on 🤍twitter.com/conorneill on 🤍es.linkedin.com/in/conor I'd love you to subscribe. My best ideas for videos come from your questions. What is your struggle? Subscribe for my new educational videos: 🤍bit.ly/utube-rhetorical Watch this video and more in the "Develop Your Speaking Skills" Playlist: 🤍bit.ly/speakcourse I have been teaching Persuasive Communications on MBA courses at IESE Business School for 10 years. This is part of a collection of short lessons compiled from my courses and shared for use both as a support to my classes, and a way of sharing this valuable knowledge to a wider audience via these awesome digital tools ;-) Visit my channel for more videos: 🤍🤍youtube.com/user/rhetoricaljourney?feature=mhee Subscribe to receive new videos in your feed: 🤍bit.ly/utube-rhetorical 🤍🤍conorneill.com What are the first words of a speech? What should be the first sentence of a speech? How can you engage an audience from the first moment? There are 3 ways to start a speech.
I objectively disagree.
«There are currently seven billion people alive today and the Population Reference Bureau estimates that about 107 billion people have ever lived.»
His fact about how many people have ever lived and died though is not correct. Scientists estimate 109 billion people have died and there's only 8 billion alive today.
Everybody is concerned about the market going down but refusing to take advantage of it. The best decision I ever made in my life was investing in the crypto market. Trust me guys, it really pays a lot! 😊
Insane that the algorith show me this today
I didn’t know LinkedIn was that old
Great pieces of wisdom. Thought provoking, engaging, and effective. Obviously the comment about population is categorically untrue - current living pop. at the time of this recording was not more than the pop. that had lived. But the point of engaging one's attention from the get go works. Especially great for sales.
This was the Hut of the Elder Thich Thong Lac. His mind was always Unshakeable, peaceful, blissful and carefree even though He had no material at all. Today monks have pillows, mattresses, fans, air conditioners, ... A person is unconditionally happy, one is happy with conditions A, B, C... So which person is easy to last happiness forever? Whoever teaches you to enjoy desire, you believe; whoever teaches you to abandon desire, you slander. It is a pity for your life that even though you have read the scriptures, you do not understand anything about the Buddha's teachings.
*7% of all humans who have ever lived are alive today
Hard to believe this dude is 24 years old
Those ears are distracting
No substance. Just the usual bla bla bla. I dispose salespeople especially "realestates".
For most of your presentation I found myself wondering what the issue was with your nose. Deeply distracting.
Damn, what a load of bullshit.
Hilariously, the fact he gives is wrong. There have been roughly 117 billion humans who have been born on earth, which is considerably than 7.9 billion today. Says a lot about how easy it is to manipulate people!
I was a former US Navy instructor and when we were taught in school, we were given certain wickets to mentally meet before the lesson started. It was: self introduction, your experience, the relevance to the topic (also known as a WIFM: what's in it for me), and finally a canvassing question (by show of hands, how many people know XYX).
Our instructors were taught by civilian public speaking specialists like Conor. I'm pretty glad I got to experience the training first hand am now able to speak in front of many people without getting nervous.
Fun psychology fact: Did you know the reason why people get nervous when speaking in front of others is due to lack of confidence in their speaking ability as well as the topic they're speaking about? How do you mitigate this? It's easy: practice your speech in front of a mirror beforehand and have little cues on some note cards. Practice your notecards until you've memorized them. Prep yourself on the topic you're getting ready to speak about. Research as much as possible. I GUARANTEE if you do all those things I mentioned, you'll be 100000% better and won't be nervous.