From Scientist to Artist. Von Selbstzweifel zu Selbstkenntnis. Von Frustration zu Inspiration. Diese Rede kann jeden inspirieren, der einen Ausgleich, ein Hobby, oder sogar einen Traumjob sucht. Jeden, der mehr Bedeutung in seinem Leben finden möchte.
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