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TED Talk Elizabeth Gilbert: Your elusive creative genius

Elizabeth Gilbert is an American writer best known for her best selling novel and memoir Eat, Pray, Love published in 2006.   Eat, Pray, Love garnered Gilbert a great deal of critical acclaim, which lead to its adaption into film in 2010 starring Julia Roberts. Aside from her success with that novel, Gilbert has made a living as a freelance writer for national magazines and as an author of various novels and short story collections.

Gilbert uses the TED talk podium to address the ideas of success and genius. She takes a new approach to the two entities, saying that people are not geniuses, but all of us have genius within us.  The talk is filled with humor and biographical asides, which make it an entertaining watch!

Learn more about Elizabeth Gilbert by visiting her Official Website!

 

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