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A Summary of The Element by Ken Robinson and Lou Aronica

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It is quite essential to state that the book includes a number of real-life examples that the authors have cited to justify their propositions regarding human talents and behaviors. The authors have cited varied examples of people who have been top achievers in a wide array of the field like visual art. Directing, dancing, singing, acting and writing and has gone on to prove that many individuals who were poor students in schools and colleges in terms of grades have later on become successful in diverse fields because they have been able to identify their passion and use their natural talents to follow their passion.   The author has also given real-life cases in which it is clearly proved that many individuals have achieved success and shone in different fields of work when they have revolted against the traditional and rigid constraints of education and society and chosen to follow their own dreams and passion.

The book includes the examples of real-life success stories of well-known figures in the world of creativity like Albert Einstein, Matt Groening, Meg Ryan, Mick Fleetwood, Gillian Lynne, Paul Samuelson, Debbie Allen, Bart Corner, Paul McCartney and many others.

The author justifies his views of how important it is to find the element within a human being with panache by making his theories rich with examples and anecdotes of the above-mentioned celebrities as well as by citing the example of his own success story. The author has also interviewed many of the well-known figures who have established themselves in the field of creativity and has included a number of interview excerpts in his strengths to justify how people can chive success as well as happiness by recognizing their passion and by realizing their capabilities.

There are engaging real-life incidents mentioned in the book which describe how many of the renowned personalities nearly missed out on discovering their potential and element and were steered in the right direction through a chance encounter, or a mentor or through the sole dedication to emerging as a successful person while going through extreme failure.  

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