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As a performer, Sir Ken Robinson seems more comedian than thinker. “Ten years ago people didn’t Tweet, did they?” He asked the crowd, pausing for effect. “If they did, they were discouraged.”
He’s funny, but his ideas are better.
A man of poise (the cadence and distinction of his English accent help here), Robinson pushes a profoundly simple idea: We are all capable of much more than we imagine, but it takes those around us to release our potential.
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