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She Calls Me Out On National TV, But Watch What Happens Next

Last year I found myself on camera for a TV show – on one of the biggest stages I’d ever been on – in front of a live studio audience…

This clip is going to ‘inoculate’ you for life and have you ready should anyone ever try to embarrass you in front of others.

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446 Replies to “She Calls Me Out On National TV, But Watch What Happens Next”

  • Very very VERY powerful lesson right here, keeping the cools when being ‘attacked’ is a situation that not only requires preparation but a ggggreat amount of dicipline. I love how you broke this down and will be impatiently waiting for more!!!
    Thank you once more!!

  • This was unbelievable. I do not know how this show didn’t flourish with incredible drama like this. Side note: Giuliana’s reactions were priceless!

    I absolutely love this kind of content. I am the kind of person whose mind goes blank when I am in a situation like this. Beyond watching your genius response, it would be super helpful to give a few more examples *and* scripts of what you could say in that situation. Instead of simply pointing out that a boss or family member might do this to you, actually flush out a scenario *including* a classy and effective response. I know you’d never be able to cover all the infinite possibilities, but the more scripts you give, the easier it is to expound on those ourselves. You have a definite way with words–it’s an absolute gift–and those of us who are tongue-tied get immeasurable value out of hearing how you’d phrase things diplomatically. Love it. Thank you.

  • I need to learn how to do this. I would have interrupted her and found fault. I’m trying very hard in all my relationships to listen, not bite there heads off, and more thinking, respect to my children and family members. I’m starting to take steps back and really think before I say items. This helped me a lot because almost all my life people have found fault with me, and I feel like I have no feelings or such. The calming part and listening is getting a little better but I know I have some things I must learn.

  • This is awesome!! I always thought people who’s got some special talent or
    born ability can do this kind of things. Now, I got your brother’s guide on how you do this and read them all, but I still feel like, ” OK, so HOW do you prepare beforehand ? WHAT kind of things you have to think about to get yourself ready for any kind of adversity ? ” I’d appreciate if you could do a more in-depth training like this for people like me who think of themselves as less talented in this area.

    Thanks , xoxo

  • Hey Matt,

    I would comment on every post you do but everyone would sound pretty monotonous and boring to you because they would all read something like” Yes, Matt, I love this post! Thank you!” but today I wanted to say it anyway and also tell you that I MEAN IT SINCERELY. I LOVE your posts and I sincerely THANK YOU for posting them. You are making a tangible, significant and positive difference in my life (and that of many I have no doubt) every week. I have bought and read your book, I’ve bought and done your programme and I will certainly buy any new stuff you release. My love life is going great and so is my life in general but no matter how good life is, your clips will ALWAYS still help me because I will forever want to improve as a person so how could I ever stop listening to you (and your brother!) :)

    Thank you so much. I hope one day you’ll come to Cape Town and do a seminar here. I’d love to say thank you face to face.

    Bring on the 31st July for your new stuff and wishing you continued success for many many years to come!


  • Really great Matthew!! A very interesting breakdown of a difficult situation!! Wow!! Thanks!! Would love to see more like this.

  • Hi Matt,

    This kind of videos is amazing. I think it would be really great to get some lessons from you on how to deal with conflicts and “difficult” people. I’m sure you have plenty of knowledge on this topic.


  • Found myself in similar situation at work recently, found this video encouraging to stay calm,less emotional and get ready before another coming one.
    Thank you
    this setting of pause and explain is great job,thank you

  • Brilliant! As a teacher it’s useful to know how to deal with people trying to belittle someone. It’s great to have video examples of how to do things too. Thank you!

  • Thank you for this Matthew. I love this so much! “Always let them finish talking”… and “never try to prove something to someone” is what I got from this

  • Thank you for taking apart the details of the confrontation. Humans are such interesting animals & being prepared helps us deal better when the worst is being done to us or attempted . Here’s hoping I can follow your lead next time my boss confronts me!

    This reiterates the idea of whoever talks first loses- so by letting them finish talking you are letting them get it all out & hopefully building a succinct answer that can maintain everyone’s dignity & still drive the point home.

    Thank you so much for all you do- I am learning so much!

  • Hi Matt

    I just wanted to say that you dealt with that situation really well.
    I have a tendency to act now and think later so I would’ve probably told her where to go!
    Your response was professional and to the point, it showed me how I should deal with confrontation (something I try to avoid because of how I react to it!)
    Thanks for the video!!

  • Matthew, Thank you so much .. this is extremely beneficial to me .. I often have to deal with negative comments and arguments from family – I will be trying your techniques on them now. You really have so much profound insights and advice to offer.I really appreciate how you don’t just tell us things like “you need to have more self-confidence” but you actually tell us how to… that one was another … dare I say, life-changing lesson for me. Again, thank you so very much !

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