How to Magically Connect with Anyone | Brian Miller | TEDxManchesterHighSchool

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Magicians have mastered the art of understanding different perspectives
in order to create illusions and connect with the audience. Brian Miller
explains how he used that skill to create magic for a blind man. Then he
shares how you can use the same technique to make better, more
meaningful connections with people in your life, personally and
professionally.

Brian Miller is a private event magician, corporate keynote speaker, and
youth motivational speaker. For more than 10 years he has entertained
and spoken with thousands of audiences in over 25 states and
internationally.

Visit www.BrianMillerMagic.com for info on his work as a magician and
corporate keynote speaker.

Visit www.BrianMillerSpeaks.com for info on his work as a motivational
speaker for high schools and colleges.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

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  • HPPM

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    Good job man. Very simple concept most of us are too busy to understand and apply

  • Squidlord

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    i love the way he says thank you

  • Rob C

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    my volume literally doesnt go loud enough to hear anything.

  • Rahmat Panigoro

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    thanks for your talk. i love to make a relationship and this is a good learn.

  • denis daniel

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    You have no idea how helpful that was for me, so thank you.  It is one of the best talks.

  • Kevin Freckleton

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    Great

  • arda harman

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    Even the crowds claps are Louder than the speaker

  • Baljit Singh

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    Most beautiful ted talk i ever watched

  • Brent Yves

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    From an european point of view:
    it seems to me that he explains how (original) american capitalistic structures function:
    instead of speaking with each others they (people) only try to *sell* something to others,..!?
    His clothes and hat remember Robert de Niro in „Mean streets“ to me, without out the beard.

  • Rosemary Kriegel

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    What I have heard and try to practice is to make each person feel as if they are the only other person in the world while you are with them. People only remember what is said if they have an emotional connection to you. It does not matter that people agree, but it does matter how they feel when they walk away from their experience with you.

    Ever have that bad review where you felt empowered to do better compared to one in which you felt belittled like a little child or where you could never do enough correctly? Yes. It is all about perception and feelings that come as a result. Be the hero to inspire and not the zero who stands by and laughs.

  • Ex Nihilo

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    Teaching teenagers how to think of a perspective besides their own and then trying to get them to enjoy themselves. A herculean feat.

  • Kori Miller

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    Awesomeness in action!

  • Jeff Bruce

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    AWESOME, EH!!! same page~~~the best friend a person could hope for is an active listener. first and foremost~~~and a relative response is most helpful, eh~~~a sense of humor is the best medicine, when ok, ya

  • Marian Hervey

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    I could barely hear him. Turned it off after about 4 minutes.

  • Douchebag Dex

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    am i deaf or is everyone else straining to hear what he’s saying?

  • Michael Beswick

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    This talk was great. How could the audience not be impressed by that!?

  • The Gingerbread Man

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    This did not help my internet connection at all. With that being said, I enjoyed this talk very much.

  • Austin Ripley

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    Can’t hear it

  • Neer Joshi

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    awesome

  • CaptainClipy

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    This guy seems so charming.

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