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Body language, the power is in the palm of your hands | Allan Pease | TEDxMacquarieUniversity

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Never miss a talk! SUBSCRIBE to the TEDx channel: http://bit.ly/1FAg8hB Allan Pease is an Honorary Professor of Psychology at ULIM International University, who researches and studies selling relationships and human communication. He teaches simple, field-tested skills and techniques that get results. And he delivers his message in a humorous way, which motivates people to want to use. Allan's own experience and record in the field of selling, motivating and training is equalled by few others. He is a born achiever, starting his career at the age of 10. Globally known as "Mr Body Language", his programs are used by businesses and governments to teach powerful relationship skills. His messages are relevant to any area of life that involves winning people over and getting them to like you, co-operate, follow you or say 'yes'. For more information on Allan Pease, click on the link below: https://www.facebook.com/AllanandBarbaraPease In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Stephen L. Dean (1 day ago)
Spinning ball mind control imagery.
v k (2 days ago)
great talk
Slashed Nutts (3 days ago)
A hand shake is a person's character right there. A limp soft slippery fish style effort is not a good start.
ELLA 4562 (6 days ago)
Can I ask does this guy seem a little sexist
Dustin Wray (7 days ago)
At first I thought this was a 1987 Running Man Remaster. He looks like Richard Dawson.
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Chris Bier (9 days ago)
With the palms thing he didn't use the exact same words each time though
George Andrews (9 days ago)
Body language, the power is in the palm of your hands: "Self love" huh? :o)
lotfi mouelhi (14 days ago)
Master Trump talking,"shaking (down) and muscling"
RannDell D'VanDell (23 days ago)
ok...sure....alright...whatever...now go back to selling used cars.
Tomasz_AVT (23 days ago)
Allan and his lovely SO are so knowledgeable and they can transfer this knowledge in so approachable way! :)
Mens Felk (29 days ago)
very INTeressting
Hoang Viet Nguyen (1 month ago)
This is a good talk. The guy had a great sense of humor, straight direction for his listeners and the topic was very informative and helpful which could help people to have a better understanding, a better way of socially interacting. ^^
Did he start off calling everyone dummies?
Joe McCarthy (1 month ago)
Very good TEDx
princess étoile (1 month ago)
Fantastic 👍🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
Abalam de Paimon (1 month ago)
The most important thing about this body language talk is that it is 90% intuitive. We pick up on gestures, body statue, expression and mimic by nature, and if you just force yourself to do certain moves or behaviours, it will likely feel awkward to the recipient because it doesn't mirror the instinctive perception. It's why you can tell if someone is phony instantly. You might train do act a certain way in some respects, but your overall output of information will not match up. This is why a normal sane person wants to barf up their last meal listenting to a PC speech by any politician. They're so trained in body language and posture, they blindly repeat the "positive" outputs body wise, while not being aligned with what they're actually saying... While someone being genuinly truthful will gain favor.
geoopa (1 month ago)
Pretty boring talk really. Body language is so misinterpreted.
Caubalth (1 month ago)
10:22 that second raw extreme right guy is NOT havin' it..
Curtis Foster (1 month ago)
What did I just watch? The perfect speech? Masterful.
Peter Kontor (1 month ago)
Bravo!
Azaz Jan (1 month ago)
It feels like he's using the placebo effect
Rebok Fleetfoot (1 month ago)
body language is BS, the baseline is impossible to establish within a margin of error, and even if you could there are no behaviour metrics that apply to the individual, they apply the the statistical public, which is not about a real person
Ana Costa (1 month ago)
terrific
Stuart Woodland (1 month ago)
Fantastic talk. Strong simple techniques.
Lamya Amer (1 month ago)
I love his accent :)
Kasper (1 month ago)
11:20 tf, all girls are so cute .
Abhinav Raizada (2 months ago)
Intelligent man..like it !!
Lorenzo Passero (2 months ago)
I wanted to point out that Rome was founded in the 8th century BC. So, it is evident that Roman age started much later than 4,000 years ago, when early Greek civilization didn't exist. Around 2000 BC Minoan society was flourishing, the first palaces in Crete were being built, Sumerians were overwhelmed by the Assyrians and Middle Kingdom in Egypt was starting to fall. In that far far age, the Italian peninsula was inhabited by tribes living in small villages. Thus, stating that Roman civilization already existed 4000 years ago is highly incorrect and shouldn't appear in an informative video. For what concerns the rest of the video, nice topic! It was very interesting.
Logan Nagle (2 months ago)
Great talk I'm going to use this. Thanks so much
KingVon G (2 months ago)
Okay 👌
bloede dh'oine (2 months ago)
I never knew there was such a thing as an Australian cockney accent... Caussie? Auckney?
Chino Hu (2 months ago)
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tiz bit (2 months ago)
I've always made it a point in my life not to use body language or hand motions so I dont use any of them ;d tho I think when I'm on a sugar high or drunk I'm open handed palm up
Joanna Marie Dyguazo (2 months ago)
he ends it, with me wanting more. haha short yet very informative talk! :)
Fausta Castaneda (2 months ago)
🤝
madeline levy (2 months ago)
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Dink le (2 months ago)
I wonder if people like this ever consider jumping off a bridge with all the nonsense they talk about? Do they ever feel bad?
Lee Hailey (2 months ago)
I love this man
Yep Ok (2 months ago)
I don't use my hands AT ALL when I talk.
hansel kane (2 months ago)
oh, I get it !!! So the most dominant position is a pointing index finger with palm facing down. Time to be a leader then
Vineesh Vs (2 months ago)
Vow. Never thought about it. Thanks Mr. Allan Pease
Karim Sinan (2 months ago)
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Karim Sinan (2 months ago)
i felt really forever alone for the first activity
Jake Goedert (2 months ago)
this is one of my favorite ted talks, palms down
Crono Square (2 months ago)
There are also indirect ways to come to this observation - for instance, if, in general, you strive for equal relationships with people, learning to interact in this way will be something you figure out through trial, error, and feeling out how each interaction (and considering how the actions of others feel). Part of me wants to say, however, that if your intent and how you really feel contradicts your body language, it will eventually become apparent. On the other hand, maybe it's possible that mimicking the correct body language can also change your attitude sincerely. Difficult to say for sure.
DoMiNo (2 months ago)
🤝Thank you😊 I enjoyed watching this. I also agreed with what he said.. I will pay attention to my body language meow.. His hands did make me feel a certain way when he pointed it out & used them open or dominate... I love absorbing stuff like this Thank you👉 Sir🤝 ...
Justin England (3 months ago)
Amazing insight
carly lawrence (3 months ago)
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UncleWhatIsThat (3 months ago)
*now if we go back 4 thousand years to the roman era* ...
kamlesh malviya (3 months ago)
Made my day... 🙏
commonconservative (3 months ago)
and that is how to hyperspread germs
Ibad Bayramov (3 months ago)
Why he sounds like David Bowie :D
Imperialx Warlord (3 months ago)
Did he say “4000 years to the Roman era”? Bruh...even if the Aeneid is to be believed and the Romans are descendants of the Trojans you’d still be talking about miss them by a thousand years.
LAW Fanitra (3 months ago)
😍😍
indymyhealzor (3 months ago)
@0:25 I wanna grab some of the dummy- participants
Catalin Neaga (3 months ago)
Allan is a legend
gus (3 months ago)
5am from the bar how I’m here? Idk but i like it.
#Sallu Michael# (3 months ago)
He is faster than eminem
YJN Malinin (3 months ago)
Massachusetts is best
YJN Malinin (3 months ago)
Just cool men He win in all time and read trust
philomena phanthagia (3 months ago)
Good talk: teaching U how 2 become an xperb liar (both x and su). But what use is it in a interNET verse?
David Krane (4 months ago)
This guy looks like his wallet is as bloated as his belly.
I am Jason (4 months ago)
This is why trump is a good business man.
PoNCiAnO GaRCiA (4 months ago)
Did anybody see how he looked at the volunteer in disgust at 4:38 😂😂😂he must have hurt him when he gripped hard 😂😎
Bruce McKay (4 months ago)
Love the aircon.... 🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄
Wergrun (4 months ago)
Wow he's right, like with chimps offering their hands palm up to the leader who topics they're hand palm down
Matěj Černý (4 months ago)
0:53 pooooooor girl on the right bottom third from left -____________- :D
ahmed negm (4 months ago)
I had to rewatch this video because I waste the first time thinking how he looks like Robert De Niro.
kikii1 (4 months ago)
It's Killian from The Running Man!
Jennifer Rissetti (4 months ago)
me thinks a dingo ate his baybee
Maximus Morimus (4 months ago)
0:52 guy on the left.. Fail
Tjmaximum1 (4 months ago)
What is this guy on lol? * 2:20 second row from the front* He is in a hardcore daze... He must have got the hands lol.
inès κ (4 months ago)
amazing
Mog Wi (4 months ago)
When I give handies palm up I usually get paid more. Thanks Ted talks.
Chocobro (4 months ago)
Both the second and third were pointing. The second one was just pure index finger. It's harder to point with upward palms. This talk is just appealing to people who fall for the fallacy that whoever is more aggressive is the 'alpha'. If anything, it's just showing me how egomaniacs and controlling people function
OhnoItsFranc (4 months ago)
This guy and all his jokes, yowee
Jesus Castanares (4 months ago)
We aren't interested in narural science , psychology, food science, etc. We are interested in spiritual life and religion in our part.
Spongebob NoPants (4 months ago)
Why the power is in your hand? cuz of the middle finger
K. Ganesan Ganesan (5 months ago)
All end parts of body has commanding powers.
Bernie Stephens (5 months ago)
Love this, great presentation, very engaging and funny. Brilliant!!
The Amazing Grace (5 months ago)
Thank you for those kind words! 🌸💕🙏🏼❤️
The ABC Jug Band (5 months ago)
I saw Pease do the same talk on an Aussie midday talk show back in the 80s...I guess people haven’t changed.
Goodbread Johnson (5 months ago)
People that use these methods are seeking to manipulate others and claim undeserved power. Learn these cues and dismiss those that attempt to use them. Do not allow yourself to be manipulated by gestures of others. THINK!
Khan BaBa (5 months ago)
I freakin loved how he explained it, I could listen to him for hours and learn better then college lectures
Bram Goson (5 months ago)
this is my motivation teacher allan pease he is from ulim international university he talk is 100% he is a my professor
Hannibal Lincoln (5 months ago)
Finally a ted talk that was useful that I can use to pick up chicks!!!
heph estos (5 months ago)
What accent is that???
heph estos (5 months ago)
+Muppet Pyro thanks for the tip. Very distinctive accent. Cheers
Muppet Pyro (5 months ago)
Australia.
John R Longcroft-Neal (5 months ago)
Notice his major body language in that he is given a red disc to work from and he stands right at the front edge. A predominantly red tie helps booster his ‘presence’, compare with the Trump long red tie.
TheGamingIndian (5 months ago)
So this is the guy behind those networking books.
L T (5 months ago)
Done watching 6 tedx vids at 2 am. I am genius
Anton Teneberg (5 months ago)
feel bad for the Aisan Guy at the front lol
Pucklife38 (5 months ago)
10:21 guy on the right is not amused. it was a solid joke though.
Milorad Barajevic (5 months ago)
what does means washing hands after handshake(4:37)?
Yousif Hashim (5 months ago)
Phenomenal topic, simple but yet so profound. I really needed this. Thank you Allan Pease.
Dan Donovan (5 months ago)
Thank you, I now know and understand this more fully, and yes it makes so much sense..... Met many professionals in my career, and remembering our first meeting and my feelings. The scene was often set within the first few minutes, the handshake was fundamental to my initial perceptions of a person.
that new cool (5 months ago)
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Isaac Cripps (5 months ago)
It big lez
DantesPop (5 months ago)
Having been in the ARMY we were trained to do something he did not cover. That training still shows in how I speak and give presentations today. That it to use hand vertical, so there is no up or down. How is that perceived?

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