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Jay Acunzo
Unthinkable with Jay Acunzo
Stories to inspire creative work. Unlike other shows about creativity, we're on a journey to understand one concept: resonance. What does it take to create work so resonant, people take action? Travel the business world as we explore. I'm your host, Jay Acunzo. I'm an author, speaker, and showrunner formerly of Google, HubSpot, and ESPN. Today, I'm on a mission to help people make what matters most to their careers, companies, and communities. Thanks for listening!
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4.9 stars from 176 ratings
Jay is such a great storyteller! His content is bold, refreshing and has truly helped me embrace me being a creative. Thank you for your podcast as it helped me to realize that I am on the right track and that creating content that resonates with people is what makes what we do truly meaningful....Read full review »
Marybona0710 via Apple Podcasts · Philippines · 07/13/22
Unthinkable is the exact podcast I needed to begin my own “quest” into what makes memorable and meaningful learning. Jay’s podcast, and particularly the way he illustrates concepts, has led me to the conclusion that teaching and content creation are one and the same. Each episode is an example of...Read full review »
JennDoeve via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 11/03/21
Really powerful stuff.
I don't normally write podcast reviews on iTunes since I switched to Android but I resurrected my Apple ID for this review because I feel so strongly about this show. As a designer in a business world, I've always been weary of using the word "art" when it comes to business, but...Read full review »
Ryan_R.T. via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/02/21
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