Review the following TED Talk and summarize Sir Robinson's main points.
Discuss those points within the context of globalization (if relevant). Do his arguments have any connection to the notion of the transition to a "knowledge/creative economy?". Thanks
Sir Ken Robinson picked up from his last video, which was on climate crisis, to suggest another crisis which he refers to as the "human resource" crisis. People have not been able to make proper use of their talents which has led to crisis of human resources or a shortfall of talented people. He mentioned that he divided the people in the world into two groups - those who divide the world into two types and those who don't. There are people who don't enjoy what they do. They just keeping on doing it as a part of their lives but get no pleasure from it. There are other types of people who love what they do and couldn't imagine doing anything else. They realize that it gives them happiness and contentedness. This, however, is only true for a handful of people. Hence, we can say that majority of people are working for the sake of it. There are many explanations for this trend, the most common among them is education. Education takes ...
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