TED Education: What could Joshua Bell do?

This post is a follow up to the TED-Education post yesterday: What Aristotle and Joshua Bell teach us about Persuasion.  If you haven’t already watched the lesson, you’ll need to as background to the material in this post.  You can watch it here on TED Education.

TED Education: What Aristotle and Joshua Bell teach us about Persuasion

TED Education: What Aristotle and Joshua Bell teach us about Persuasion


What could Joshua Bell do to get his music heard in the subway?

What could you do to improve the chance that someone listens to your ideas? How do you work on the Logos, Ethos and Pathos of your ideas that you will to share?

My answer is available in the 1:20 audio clip here on the blog:

What do you think?

How do you work on the Logos, Ethos and Pathos of your ideas?  Comments welcome here.

The original lesson is available at TED Education.

3 comments

  1. [...] TED-Education follow up – Practical guide to applying Ethos and Pathos [...]

  2. Conor, I can’t listes to audio the audioclip. Could you test if it works? Thanks.

    1. The link to the file on soundcloud is http://snd.sc/W6uDlW maybe that will work for you?

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