TED Talk Tuesday: Success, failure, and the drive to keep creating by Elizabeth Gilbert

Who doesn’t want to be successful? But what would happen if you already reach success, and but your definition of success isn’t the way you imagined it to be? Sometimes people who become successful can even be disoriented by success, almost as bad as failure can be! What does Elizabeth Gilbert mean? Watch this TED Talk if you need some motivation to keep going even after all of this hard work!

Elizabeth Gilbert is the world-famous known memoir author of Eat, Pray, Love which was adapted into a movie starring Julia Roberts as Elizabeth Gilbert. She has been a journalist for a 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 genius!

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.