Sir Ken Robinson’s TED Talks have been watched by more people than any other speaker in the conference’s history. Online, his three talks combined have gotten over 21 million views, but Robinson estimates that when you include event presentations, his 2006 “Schools Kill Creativity” talk has been watched by over 300 million people. No wonder he’s referred to “the sneezing baby panda of the TED ecosystem” on their website.
The educator and author sat down with TIME to discuss his new book Finding Your Element, which encourages individuals to seek out their passion and make sure it’s part of everyday life.
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