The Element

The Element

How Finding your Passion Changes Everything

Downloadable Audiobook - 2009
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The element is the point at which natural talent meets personal passion. When people arrive at the Element, they feel most themselves, most inspired, and achieve at their highest levels.
Publisher: Old Saybrook : Tantor Media, 2009
ISBN: 9781400190607
Characteristics: 1 sound file : digital

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1aa
Dec 04, 2014

An extended essay with numerous examples elucidating its subtitle.

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brycebridges
Jul 31, 2014

Reading Sir Ken is an enlightening experience. His ideas are simple but powerful but listening to him is inspirational. This is one fine book full of the kind of ideas that will help anyone discover a truer version (and more personal version) of quality of life.

Astjc52 Aug 21, 2012

Awesome read! Plan to review my notes from this book often.

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lilwordworm
Apr 06, 2011

Funny, insightful and uplifting. The concept of finding one's true passion and its relations to success is not new, but this book presents it exceptionally well. I especially enjoyed his emphasis on creativity, which is often underplayed, if not stifled in our society. Real life examples from economist and cartoonist alike make it tangible and easy to relate to. Highly recommended.

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davidwees
Mar 06, 2011

This is a really important read. Sir Ken Robinson does an excellent job of explaining why some people are lost, and others are thriving in our society. My wife and I both loved reading this book.

Strongly recommend it.

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bookwrangler12
Feb 24, 2011

This touches on areas I hadn't expected and had a profound effect. I'd recommend the audio version as his sense of humor really comes through. Not necessarily groundbreaking concepts, but the information is presented in a way that had tremendous impact and made me looking at creativity, public education, and one's life purpose in a new way. Potentially life-changing.

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gpatterson May 17, 2011

"History is full of examples of people who didn't discover their real creative abilities until they discovered the media in which they thought best. In my experience, one of the main reasons that so many other people think they're not creative is that they simply haven't found their medium."

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