Elizabeth Gilbert, the author of the best-selling memoir "Eat, Pray, Love" explores the concept of the elusive creative genius in her TED talk in 2009. In this inspiring and thought-provoking presentation, Gilbert challenges our perceptions of creativity and encourages us to embrace our unique creative processes. She shares her personal experiences as a writer and her struggles with the fear of creative failure and encourages us to embrace the idea that creativity is something that comes to us, not from us. She suggests that our creative genius is a force that we can access through dedication and hard work, but that we must also be willing to let go of the pressure to create something perfect.
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