Elizabeth Gilbert, the author of Eat, Pray, Love, in which a divorced woman finds herself through a world journey, gave this speech to the famed TED conference. She entitled it "a different way to think about creative genius" and it's very entertaining and somewhat enlightening, too. She has a site here. If the movie is half as good as her speaking then it will be a treat.
For those who might not have found TED yet, he's not a man, the letters stand for Technology, Entertainment, Design, and these conferences, held each year in Palm Springs, Long Beach and Oxford, England, carry the title, "Ideas Worth Spreading." The speakers are inspirational figures from all walks of life and the podcasts are free on their site with many fascinating speakers. Well worth a visit.