The way we think about creativity changed hundreds of years ago. How?
Ever notice that we tend to treat creative people as not only unimaginably talented but also as fragile and unstable? Elizabeth Gilbert, author of "Eat, Pray, Love," knows this all too well. And she's got a few ideas about how we ought to be doing things instead.
At 1:02, hear some of the hilarious (and discouraging) things people have said to her since her book made it big. Stick around to 6:18 to hear about the neat way ancient Greeks and Romans thought about creativity. And for the kicker — when the Renaissance hit and everything went bonkers — skip on over to 7:52.