The Discipline of Finishing: Conor Neill at TEDxUniversidaddeNavarra

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  • Wilkong
    Wilkong 12 дней назад

    16:15 "Anybody can run for fifteen minutes." Hold my beer...

  • Charlene
    Charlene 19 дней назад

    Thank you !

  • Bernard S
    Bernard S 19 дней назад

    Thank you so much... So practical and helpful. I see this change me a lot from this moment

  • Jose Mamani
    Jose Mamani 20 дней назад

    Gracias!

  • Brume Jabs
    Brume Jabs 25 дней назад

    Excellent content. He spoke very slowly at times but there is no question that I have learned a lot from this video. Make good decisions and don't be fixated on the finish line.

  • Vipul Bhardwaj
    Vipul Bhardwaj 28 дней назад

    He deserved a standing ovation

  • Marc Green
    Marc Green Месяц назад

    Enjoyed this talk very much. I watched it years ago and the (only) one thing that stuck with me from back then was to focus only on the next step when things get hard. That has been helpful over the years, even though I had forgotten where I learned it. Hearing this talk again has now opened the greater message for me and I am committed to living by this. Thank you!

  • Ashim Saha
    Ashim Saha Месяц назад

    Nicely elaborated and structuring some of the old known phrases like "Practice in front of the mirror", "Practice makes perfect", "One at a time" etc... thoroughly enjoyed

  • Big B
    Big B Месяц назад

    What a powerful question. Love it! Now ask yourself... WHY would you bet on them. Them emulate that criteria in your own life, and bet on YOURSELF! FEK YEAAAH! ❤️

  • bish80
    bish80 Месяц назад

    Great Talk. I actually used the marshmallow section to teach my kids about public speaking and timing while telling a story, he has a good cadence in speaking.

  • suhas kataria
    suhas kataria Месяц назад

    Fantastic video. Presented brilliantly. Conor, with the help of the marshmallow example, you have really put things in the right perspective. Awesome. Keep going. Thank you.

  • James Gagnier
    James Gagnier 2 месяца назад

    Eat the chocolate. It's great for you!

  • Pure Fate
    Pure Fate 2 месяца назад

    Number 1 patience Number 2 Healthy 3 Hungry

  • ASMR étoile
    ASMR étoile 2 месяца назад

    Good talk 🙏🥰

  • Thiago Lucas
    Thiago Lucas 2 месяца назад

    Just a little thing I'd like to add. When they say delay gratification or don't eat the marshmallow, it means to act in a way that aligns with you and your purpose, not whatever inclination you have in a given moment. Please don't use it as a rationalization to basically postpone your life, that's most likely just a different recipe for a life full of regrets.

  • LemonScissors
    LemonScissors 2 месяца назад

    One day after watching this I stopped to buy a huge bag of marshmellows before coming home.

  • Tim Woods
    Tim Woods 2 месяца назад

    oh oh oh, I love this talk. Inspiring all the way.

  • Becky Hanson
    Becky Hanson 2 месяца назад

    What kind of environment did the the 3 yr olds come from? So many questions!

    • bish80
      bish80 Месяц назад

      Stanford University employees kids from daycare

  • Nicole G
    Nicole G 2 месяца назад

    Tastiest looking marshmallow EVER.

  • Neto Reyna
    Neto Reyna 2 месяца назад

    Nice. Very Powerful, especially when you digest everything at the end. Totally seeking forward to writing each day.

  • Neto Reyna
    Neto Reyna 2 месяца назад

    Nice. Very Powerful, especially when you digest everything at the end. Totally seeking forward to writing each day.

  • Dalia M
    Dalia M 2 месяца назад

    I bet this guy makes clickbait for a living..... Soooooo muuuuch suspeeence!! *eyeroll*

  • bes1batch1976
    bes1batch1976 2 месяца назад

    Speaker said that anybody in some way shape and form can claimhe has more intelligence energy and integrity can say he us a better person a human arrogance in the grand scheme of things humans are no better than rats coz rats have integrity energy and intelligence maybe rats may claim that they are also better than humans

  • Straw Bale Gardens
    Straw Bale Gardens 2 месяца назад

    This is one of the best TEDx talks I’ve heard. Great delivery, great message, and valuable messages. Well done my friend.

  • Jawallin
    Jawallin 2 месяца назад

    If you're stoned you fail this test everytime how about that

  • sa H
    sa H 2 месяца назад

    I suppose the analogy goes for marshmellows on a CHOCOLATE COOKIE WITH CHOCOLATE SAUCE AND SPRINKLES, too. lol

  • zhang yan lian
    zhang yan lian 2 месяца назад

    I like it

  • Tom Carroll
    Tom Carroll 3 месяца назад

    Very good talk...lots of reflect on. Thanks Conor!

  • Alexandre Cardoso
    Alexandre Cardoso 3 месяца назад

    I came home today thinking about exactly this fact, success and failure are the results of repeated decisions. Thanks to making me feel synchronized. Cheers

  • MadofaA
    MadofaA 3 месяца назад

    He distributed the marshmallows, and what did they all do? THEY PUT IT IN THEIR MOUTH AND ATE IT!!! AAARRRGHHH!!! They were not listening! hahahaha...

  • Gavin Creagh
    Gavin Creagh 3 месяца назад

    The only reason I stayed until the end was because of the challenge implied in the title. Very slow talk. Not very engaging

  • Carlos Silva
    Carlos Silva 3 месяца назад

    Too much repeating, sorry

  • Mary Kleinsorge
    Mary Kleinsorge 3 месяца назад

    This presentation is much more than the Discipline of Finishing. In fact, that one-step-at-a-time concept doesn't even show up until the last 5 minutes or so. This is one of those that you should take notes and then see how your decisions and life habits add up. One of the most valuable suggestions here is to write it down so you see where your TRUE attention is being spent or wasted. Thank you for sharing these pearls of wisdom with us.

  • Seun Malomo
    Seun Malomo 4 месяца назад

    Really inspiring

  • Tamás Simon
    Tamás Simon 4 месяца назад

    I sincerely admire you way of giving talks.It's a delight to listen to you from your first words to the last ones. And you know what? Your style is a very similar to my favourite speaker's style. Relaxed voice and pace, carefully choosen words, well structured ideas, presented in a captivating way. ... Thank you, for sharing with us your talks!

  • Jaideep Singh
    Jaideep Singh 4 месяца назад

    Awesome.Take a bow.

  • Hal Eloi
    Hal Eloi 5 месяцев назад

    This is great. Should be required study in schools. It would change it for better.

  • Jesus Christ
    Jesus Christ 5 месяцев назад

    9:04 lol those already staring at their phone lost it

  • elkammash
    elkammash 5 месяцев назад

    One of the best speeches in tedx

  • KanchoKomancho
    KanchoKomancho 5 месяцев назад

    This speech is like a long and heavy childbirth/delivery process

  • Murtaza Patel
    Murtaza Patel 5 месяцев назад

    I salute to Conor for his Beautiful, Inspiring, Wisdom words for improving our life towards betterment. Thank You and Bless You CONOR.

  • Rukshan Weerasinghe
    Rukshan Weerasinghe 6 месяцев назад

    It's really great......!

  • Bon Sheedy
    Bon Sheedy 6 месяцев назад

    Marshmallow test is not reputable. Look it up. All of the kids studied we're at a fancy school. Selection bias. It was repeated with 10x participants over socioeconomic differences etc. Etc. Not replicable.
    But look at how he backs it up.
    Read Taleb.

    • Bon Sheedy
      Bon Sheedy 6 месяцев назад

      D kahneman law of small numbers. The law dictates that researchers apply all the conditions to studies with large numbers, to results of small numbers.

  • John Turner
    John Turner 7 месяцев назад

    i said myself!!

  • Surya B
    Surya B 7 месяцев назад

    Awesome sir... thank you so much for your valuable concepts !!!!!

  • Akriti Tiwari
    Akriti Tiwari 7 месяцев назад

    Thanku sir for u informed me habits I must inculcate to be a better human in my life...thanku once again...respect👍:)

  • Jeff Bechtel
    Jeff Bechtel 7 месяцев назад

    I think this talk is VERY good! The information is intelligently organized and very nicely presented. I think it is important though, during the initial presentation of the marshmallow test, and the statements about people who DONT have this ability, it should be iterated/reiterated that it is entirely possible to acquire these skills. Pre-determinism applies in this case to people who won't control themselves, or are naive to the whole notion. I get that the test ( a brilliant one ) exists as a barometer of general behavior and assessment of circumstances and decision making in this area.
    The fact that people ( totally my misunderstanding ) are solely predetermined to a life of failure is a potentially dangerous one. I know this is a silly thing to feel I have to mention, but it honestly had me going for a bit/ feeling pretty bad about things, before I had a chance to re-watch the video and think more about it :) I wish Connor much success and thanks for this valuable public service

  • MrOliverTube
    MrOliverTube 7 месяцев назад

    whoever you are...this went deep....very deep...thank you for this eye opener...I´m gonna work this out

  • Heribertus Binawan
    Heribertus Binawan 7 месяцев назад

    interesting that you mentioned the WB first criteria right after the third

  • J V
    J V 7 месяцев назад

    I wonder what psychological scars the kids in the marshmallow test have now as adults? "Sorry kids but rest assured you are helping to improve mankind".

  • m A rad
    m A rad 7 месяцев назад

    Just amazing... Thank you (y)

  • David H
    David H 7 месяцев назад

    So let me get this right, horses have climbed Everest? The swimmer would be better if he new that you take your breath on a stroke and not between and the runner only ever runs for 15 minutes, because anyone can run for 15 minutes. With that logic I want this guy to jump out of a plane and not open his parachute until he is 3m from the ground. So what if the chute doesn't open? Well anyone can jump 3m...who would you bet on?

  • BlackPanther X
    BlackPanther X 7 месяцев назад

    Amazing

  • jeyton
    jeyton 7 месяцев назад

    Sooooo slooooooooooow...... good content though

  • Eduardo Barbosa
    Eduardo Barbosa 7 месяцев назад

    What a great talk!

  • SHAMANTHA KRISHNA K G
    SHAMANTHA KRISHNA K G 7 месяцев назад

    This was an ultimate gem.I give you an extra advice that is watch this video daily.

  • Pritam Sinha
    Pritam Sinha 7 месяцев назад

    Whenever I listen to any ted talk, I'd always read the comments. When I like the talk, there is always someone who's gotten a better insight from that talk and cared enough to share it in the comments. When I don't like a talk, I check if there's someone who has a different view. May be I will learn something from him/her.
    I noticed that for this particular talk, people are taking a polarizing view. One group says He's so good because he was teaching us how to pass the marshmallow test and those who doesn't get that are idiots. The other one says that he's too slow and his talk can be summarised in a few line.
    I believe he's a very bad speaker and presenter. And I tell every one of you to watch his video without skipping a single second of it.
    Just because his presentation skills are bad doesn't mean you should lose out the gems of life advices he's offering.
    And those who still are not convinced, it's better than watching funny cat videos at least, which you procrastination junkies will be doing anyways. 😂😂

  • an binh
    an binh 8 месяцев назад

    Great!

  • Yahia Ali
    Yahia Ali 8 месяцев назад

    ترجمة وراها

  • Nicole M
    Nicole M 8 месяцев назад

    interesting..

  • Dennis Easyd
    Dennis Easyd 8 месяцев назад +1

    The mashmellow test was kind of disproved & defintitly not THE ONE TEST

  • Oufensou Abdou
    Oufensou Abdou 8 месяцев назад

    THANK YOU

  • Rebecca Smith
    Rebecca Smith 8 месяцев назад

    Your examples are so potent and say so much. Thank you.
    Estoy aquí para mí. One step towards what is important to me at a time. 👣🌀🌿✨

  • S B
    S B 9 месяцев назад

    Monkeys should not be referred to in a derogatory manner.

  • carlos hernandez
    carlos hernandez 9 месяцев назад

    50% of people probably didn’t get to the end of this video lol

  • DESCENDANTS OF ATLANTIS
    DESCENDANTS OF ATLANTIS 9 месяцев назад

    i couldnt even finish the video

  • Claudio Llocclla
    Claudio Llocclla 9 месяцев назад

    Brillante speech

  • SuperMassivePancake
    SuperMassivePancake 9 месяцев назад

    I feel like I'm currently attempting to rewire my brain through watching Ted videos, I guess it's ironic that I'm trying to learn how to be more productive and creative by spending the best part of a day watching videos on RU-clip. This was a great watch though and I definitely feel like I'm going to use the methods he talked about. Hopefully I can start using my time more productively.

  • Fraud Samaritan
    Fraud Samaritan 9 месяцев назад

    First five minutes ....
    Okay. This is good.
    Next five minutes ....
    This is great.
    Next five minutes .....
    Oh my. This is the best ted talk I've seen.
    Next five minutes....
    I'm having a mindgasm.
    Next minute....
    Put it into action.

  • Phoenix One
    Phoenix One 9 месяцев назад

    A REPLY TO ONE COMMENT TO -Leoselios 778, he comments and I quote: "The characteristics under scrutiny here are patience and virtue" SORRY BUT NO. YOU CAN'T APPLY PATIENCE WHEN MOST PEOPLE DON'T KNOW WHAT THEY'RE WAITING FOR OR EVEN WHY. AND VIRTUE ITS ONLY ACHIEVED AT THE END OF THE JOURNEY WHEN ONLY WHAT'S SIGNIFICANT HAS BEEN ACCOMPLISHED. THE POINT HERE IS THAT BY FOCUSING ON THE PRESENT MOMENT, WHAT BECOMES KEY AS THE ONLY RELEVANT ISSUE IS NOT TRYING TO ACHIEVE THAT GOAL, (achieving our goals is a given) BUT ENJOYING, LEARNING AND EMPOWERING OURSELVES BY BEING IN THE MOMENT AS OUR JOURNEY PROGRESSES, NOT "THINKING" WHAT THE END RESULT WILL BE. WE LEARN THAT, NO MATTER WHAT WE PLAN, WE ALWAYS END UP WHERE WE THOUGHT WE NEVER BE. THE DIFFERENCE IS MAKING THE RIGHT DECISIONS IN THE PRESENT MOMENT. THE REAL JOY IS SAVORING THE JOURNEY AS WE LIVE, THEN, THE END RESULT WILL ALWAYS BE SWEET, REGARDLESS OR WHERE WE END UP. PEACE.

  • Phoenix One
    Phoenix One 9 месяцев назад

    I KNOW A LOT OF PEOPLE WON'T BE ABLE TO FIGURE OUT THIS SIMPLE CONCEPT, WHICH IS REALLY THE REAL MEANING OF ALL, -YES- ALL OF THE CONCEPTS IN THIS MOTIVATIONAL PRESENTATIONS, EMPOWERING OF ONE SELF, LEARNED BEHAVIOR, FOCUS, TIME MANAGEMENT, ACHIEVING SUCCESS, ETC... THIS SIMPLE CONCEPT THAT SIMPLIFIES ALL OF THE ABOVE IN NINE WORDS AND CHANGES OUR LIVES AND HELP US ACHIEVE THE MOST THAT THIS GIVEN LIFE-EXPERIENCE THAT WE LIVE IS THIS:
    "THE POINT OF POWER IS IN THE PRESENT MOMENT" SO FORGET THE PAST, JUST USE IT AS FEEDBACK OF WHAT WAS DONE AND DON'T LOOK AT IT AS A MISTAKE BUT AS A SPRINGBOARD FOR THE EXPERIENCES LEARNED THAT HAS SHAPED YOUR LIFE INTO WHAT YOU ARE TODAY, NOT AS A WASTE OF TIME BUT AS ACCUMULATED KNOWLEDGE YOU CAN USE TO COMPARE YOUR POSITION IN THE PRESENT. ALSO, FORGET THE FUTURE WHICH DOESN'T EXIST YET, IT WILL ONLY BE WHAT YOU MAKE OF IT BY FOCUSING IN "THE PRESENT MOMENT" AND EMPOWER YOURSELVES.

  • Andrew Pain
    Andrew Pain 9 месяцев назад

    Great talk: I like the comment that we actually over-estimate what we can achieve in a day and under-estimate what we could achieve in a year. neat

  • Edward Barraza
    Edward Barraza 10 месяцев назад

    I couldn't finish this video lol

  • American Made
    American Made 10 месяцев назад

    I was given the Marshmallow test. I ate it right after the Door closed and I am happy, and Life has been very very good to me in my 50 Years. Risk, Faith, and Patience.

  • Masud Saeedi Physiotherapy
    Masud Saeedi Physiotherapy 10 месяцев назад

    Watch in 1.5x

  • Liusila
    Liusila 10 месяцев назад

    Hate people who ramble with massive pauses.

  • apteryx01
    apteryx01 10 месяцев назад

    I gave up after five and a half minutes. He seemed to be rambling without a point. Does he ever get around to saying anything about the discipline of finishing?

  • Antoni Trad
    Antoni Trad 10 месяцев назад

    Outstanding speach! This question "who would you bet on?" was devastating for me when realised that I havent got slightest thought about myslef!

  • Chinenye Noshiri
    Chinenye Noshiri 10 месяцев назад

    Note to self. Don't stare at the marshmallow

  • Chinenye Noshiri
    Chinenye Noshiri 10 месяцев назад

    This was a really good one. I bet on me 😊.

  • Manish Kumar
    Manish Kumar 10 месяцев назад

    Figured out what I was doing wrong.... This video is truly a masterpiece for me .
    Thank you so much Mr. Neill.

  • Fionn Locke
    Fionn Locke 10 месяцев назад

    How very boring, Mr. Draw-it-out!

  • subramanyam k
    subramanyam k 10 месяцев назад

    Awesome... this is one of the best videos I have watched in recent times.. he just keeps the audience spellbound...

  • ActuMoto
    ActuMoto 10 месяцев назад

    Pinocchio

  • Cris CP
    Cris CP 10 месяцев назад

    Awesome speech, long time no see such an amazing one...speechless

  • Joy Dot
    Joy Dot 10 месяцев назад

    (:

  • wasserbesser ツ
    wasserbesser ツ 10 месяцев назад

    LISTEN on 1,5x for normal Talk! It's interesting, but don't waste your time on 1x.
    Better don't waste your time on youtube :D

  • gmy33
    gmy33 11 месяцев назад

    you dont have to talk slow to make an impression .. jeeez this guy makes everything he says important ... anyway nice that people like it ...

  • Adenah 1
    Adenah 1 11 месяцев назад

    so the child eat the marshmallow because he he had no concept of the next one but thought of the one marshmallow at that time, before lunch maybe.
    Kilian and the kids were both in the monent.☺

  • Love isHappiness
    Love isHappiness 11 месяцев назад

    This is a very good speaker and a passionate, intelligent, inspiring talk. I think what he is saying is to be true to yourself, your own values.

  • inkwell flood
    inkwell flood 11 месяцев назад

    Wow .

  • Trevor Keating
    Trevor Keating 11 месяцев назад

    The marshmallow hypothesis is a load of bull IMO

  • Sidra Firdous
    Sidra Firdous 11 месяцев назад +1

    When I clicked this video, I thought this was going to be the most boring lecture ever. Turned out one of the best and most inspirational lectures. I have even written stuff down. He was extremely well prepared and clear. Thanks a lot! :)

  • Y T
    Y T 11 месяцев назад

    That is a really interesting opening.

  • Peter Beeren
    Peter Beeren 11 месяцев назад +1

    Decision 1. Would you eat a marshmallow made of sugar and corn starch and repeat it over and over? The rest of the talk BRILLIANT Thank you!

  • Dflex of OHIO
    Dflex of OHIO 11 месяцев назад

    Why are those marshmallow soo long? lol

  • HarsHa Hossain
    HarsHa Hossain 11 месяцев назад

    but i dont have 1000 euros bro

  • sara alzamora
    sara alzamora 11 месяцев назад +1

    excelent speech the best one so far!!! really impressive and realistic!!!

  • Jler er
    Jler er 11 месяцев назад

    best speech.helped a lot.thank you for this speech.

  • Survivor of Childhood Sexual Abuse
    Survivor of Childhood Sexual Abuse 11 месяцев назад

    Thank you.