Elizabeth Gilbert: Success, Failure and the Drive to Keep Creating

February 02, 2015

I have been following Elizabeth Gilbert for a number of years and I find her TED talks on creativity really motivating. At various times in my own creative process I have achieved both success and failure but somehow I still continue to create. This is what Elizabeth is speaking about in her most recent TED Talk… Hope you enjoy.

I am off to San Francisco for a meeting tomorrow. I’m sure I will capture some photos along the way so please feel free to follow along on instagram. You can find me @redlinedesign.

Have a great Monday and I would love to hear your thoughts on the drive to keep creating!

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