Elizabeth Gilbert: Your elusive creative genius

TED (conference)

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Do we all have creative minds?

Do we all can become artists?

Author Elizabeth Gilbert is confused by how our culture regards writers and other artists—as people on the brink who are too easily undone by their talent. In this talk from TED2009, Gilbert reframes how we think about creativity—that rather than there being “geniuses” among us, that all of us have a bit of genius within us.

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