How to speak up for yourself | Adam Galinsky

July 29, 2019 posted by

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32 Replies to “How to speak up for yourself | Adam Galinsky”

  1. Adriana Girdler says:

    Love this breakdown. So important to understand when and how we feel most powerful and how to express ourselves effectively. Cheers!

  2. Tina says:

    AMEN🙏 I've learned to keep quiet! Keep PEACE in my HEART❤ SHOW FAITH!
    KINDNESS to OTHERS👍👍👍

  3. Caramel Goddess says:

    💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞💞 Thank you!!!!

  4. Manon Martin says:

    Thank You Adam, from the bottom of my heart.

  5. Rigge Ton says:

    Got bored.. just get to the point..

  6. Agunnaya says:

    this was a solid ted talk, this should be a standard for all other ted talks

  7. Kelly Margerit says:

    It's not as simple as he says. Giving a child choice, it doesn't always work. Ask for advice? It doesn't always work either. And I don't like his voice.

  8. Sam Jones says:

    What do you do when you finally speak up but they don’t listen or change….what then?

  9. therobertnewsshow says:

    Very good!

  10. Rüdiger von Hagen-Croitz says:

    This guy knows NOTHING about women and their power in society. What a mangina …
    Rest is old hat.

  11. Elvis Van says:

    🌆10PM Mar 11 2019~

  12. Zetsuke4 says:

    Greta speech, very helpful

  13. Katherine Baim says:

    I really enjoyed your talk! thank you

  14. Leon Chen says:

    Speaking up Means
    1. Pushing one’s interests
    2. Expressing an opinion
    3. Making an ambitious ask

    We need to speck up within the "Range" to be rewarded
    "Range" determined by Power
    Avoid
    1. Lower-Power double bind(unnoticed or rejected)
    2. Self-promotion double bind

    Expand range by:
    1. Speak for others, MAMA BEAR Effect
    2. Perspective-taking: understand other
    3. Signal flexibility: provide options
    4. Gain Allies: get social support
    5. Ask for advise
    6. Show Passion

  15. Pink Kiss says:

    Useful. Going to work on expanding my range of acceptable behavior. Time to hit the books.

  16. Jon-Michael Basile says:

    Why is this all about gender?

  17. Lavender Violet says:

    I used to be a doormat, for this, I loathe my former "friends" and wish much suffering upon each of them.

  18. Eudaemonia lyceum says:

    Lot of post modern verbiage. Just because you have the power to do something doesn't give you the excuse to abuse it

  19. Dan Mechanic says:

    beeker from the muppets

  20. Solomon Case says:

    If you close your eyes this guy sounds like an older Chris Griffin

  21. Rok Podlogar says:

    wow, talk about neuroticism. a day without "enough" breast milk. c'mon man. kids in africa go without enough food for weeks. geez.

  22. Ron Si says:

    This guy needs to come out of the closet. That poor wife

  23. julie doll says:

    With Bullying there is rarely evidence and people are too scared to be your strong allies. Sometimes you just have face being a pariah because it's a lot more dignified than a whipping boy.

  24. Neuton Tablet says:

    Brad Keselowski's older, smarter brother?

  25. Franco Landra says:

    Excellent video – thank you for publishing it.

  26. CBing71 says:

    This is by far the best TEDTalk I’ve ever heard.

  27. Cheeze berries says:

    Timestamps for the lazy?

  28. Pozitiv Privet says:

    Спасибо большое дядечка

  29. Peter E. says:

    How to be a Beta male

  30. nedra francis says:

    This is not helpful

  31. Seth Escalante says:

    This is very clear and helpful, thank you for this! ❤

  32. yena kim says:

    I don’t wanna see Indians in this video. They suck.

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