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Success, failure and the drive to keep creating | Elizabeth Gilbert




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Elizabeth Gilbert was once an “unpublished diner waitress,” devastated by rejection letters. And yet, in the wake of the success of ‘Eat, Pray, Love,’ she found herself identifying strongly with her former self. With beautiful insight, Gilbert reflects on why success can be as disorienting as failure and offers a simple — though hard — way to carry on, regardless of outcomes.

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  • It was beautiful.


  • I have started learning English for 6 years because a stupid reason but now i consider it is my life. When i began i learned it with my passion, i didn't understand why during a long time i didn't know '' I learn english for what''. Fortunately, now i found my purpose and i promise i 'll make my dream come true. Thanks for reading. My grammar is wrong some places and i hope you will help me to correct it


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  • Sorry for my English but in my country, if you wanna be a rich man, you can never have a chance to do what you really want to do because your living situation decide everything . You have to do things that making money immediatly. Cause im just a poor boy, but im love paitting and i do it since i was a child. The reaction i got from people is spiting & despising. She so lucky to live in a country that every skill or field are equally appreciated.


  • Brillant speech which inspire me learn & love English more than ever before


  • Yes, what we love and we can do that is our home, also that makes us live life as we want not what other want


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  • Lessons learned. Do not give up. Always go back home meaning to that one thing that you love more than yourself


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  • Thank you for such an inspiring talk
    It made me think about what I'm really keen on and move forward my dream despite difficulties


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  • She said everything i needed to hear today i was totally gonna try add my two cents here I’m the comment section but as i was trying to make clear what i wanted to write in my head the really talented lady in this video done went and said everything i wanted to.


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  • I totally understand her meaning even though the event scale was different in my life.

    I studied more than 5 years from elementary school kid to enter special purpose high school and finally got in.
    but I suddenly felt lost in both way.

    First way was success.
    Especially by other people’s view.
    All the adult who I met at that time said “you are such a great,smart kid”.
    Even though I felt nothing special point from me than before.
    They just started to recognize me as a successful person.
    Actually that was very stressful and unthankful care.

    And the other way was failure.
    I got most terrible score in the first mid exam.
    And at that time I felt huge struggle between two gaps.

    I took one year off from my school and finally quit it.
    And for the long time I kept asked myself why I decided to get in that school.

    And the answer was just simple.
    Because I loved “Language”.
    (That was a special purpose high school for Language)

    When I felt lost and very depressed Language was the only thing that I did everyday without anyone’s care.

    So I started to study again and also found the job called “International Interpreter”
    And now I’m on a way to move on.

    The only regret I have is the fact that rebounding time was too long.

    But I also feel thanks to God cuz during that time I grew up and realized about life.

    But I really wish to do not face this time again😂

    I’m sure that this struggling will come again as a different form one day in a future but now I got an wisdom and power to face it.

    Thanks to God and also to her who helps me to realize what I faced during last few years.

    Thanks.


  • Love this talk! This is very inspiring. <3 <3 We shouldn't be afraid of failing. Instead, we should focus on doing what truly makes us happy, and everything's gonna be okay.


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  • Oh, how refreshing! She's such an amazing speaker -and writer, and overall creative force.


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  • Thank you. I know i am going to listen to this many many times. God bless