TED Talk Tuesday: Your Elusive Creative Genius by Elizabeth Gilbert

Why Should You Watch This?

Creativity can come from a different variety of sources. The most difficult is when an idea comes to us at a spontaneous time and there’s no way to record it, draw it, or write it down. Elizabeth Gilbert talks about how no one person is a genius, but that we all in fact have our own genius.

Who is Elizabeth Gilbert?

Elizabeth Gilbert is a professional writer and bestselling author, well known for her internationally acclaimed memoir-turned-film Eat, Pray, Love. She has been a journalist for a variety of magazines such as GQ, Allure, and The New York Times.


http://www.elizabethgilbert.com/

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One comment on “TED Talk Tuesday: Your Elusive Creative Genius by Elizabeth Gilbert
  1. […] variety of magazines such as GQ, Allure, and The New York Times. You can view the previously chosen TED Talk here, where she talks about finding your creative […]

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