Finding your Element

Finding your Element

How to Discover your Talents and Passions and Transform your Life

Downloadable Audiobook - 2013
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Sir Ken Robinson's groundbreaking book The Element introduced listeners to a new concept of self-fulfillment through the convergence of natural talents and personal passions. The Element has inspired people all over the world and has created for Robinson an intensely devoted following. Now comes the long-awaited companion, the practical guide that helps people find their own Element. Among the questions that this new book answers are: - How do I find out what my talents and passions are?- What if I love something I'm not good at?- What if I'm good at something I don't love?- What if I can't make a living from my Element?- How do I do help my children find their Element? Finding Your Element comes at a critical time, as concerns about the economy, education, and the environment continue to grow. The need to connect to our personal talents and passions has never been greater. As Robinson writes in his introduction, wherever you are, whatever you do, and no matter how old you are, if you're searching for your Element, this book is for you.
Publisher: [United States] : Tantor Audio : Made available through hoopla, 2013
Edition: Unabridged
ISBN: 9781452691718
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 audio file (7hr., 29 min.)) : digital
Additional Contributors: Aronica, Lou
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May 13, 2019

The book opens by talking about the author’s first book, which I haven’t read, but I gather the author thinks that I should have read. The overly enunciated British accent by the reader further closed the deal. Didn’t get past the first 30 minutes. I feel like I have saved myself several hours of irritation.

Sep 02, 2017

Wonderful book... very well and clearly read by the author himself... it was a bit difficult to follow through on all of the exercises and end of chapter questions in this audiobook version, but that should easily be overcome in the printed version. A book everyone from fourteen to sixtyfour can benefit from - but only if one does the exercises and questions.


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