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“Many people spend their entire lives doing things they don’t really care for” and “endure their lives” says reknowned creativity expert Sir Ken Robinson in a talk for the School of Life on finding our purpose and following our passion. Robinson—who is known for speaking out against our highly standardized, one-size-fits-all education system that follows a “linear mode of production” and steers workers toward filling slots at companies so our economy can “beat China”—says the problem with this system is that humans are hard wired to use our imaginations and produce new things. When we find ourselves doing things we aren’t passionate about, we are, unsurprisingly, pretty miserable.
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