Remarkable Stories about Using Constraints to Create Better Work

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This week, we wonder what happens when you embrace constraints, rather than fight for “creative freedom” (and we explore what the heck “creative freedom” even means).

Stories today from First Round Capital (one of the premier venture capital firms in tech, with investments in Uber, Warby Parker, Blue Apron, Square, and more) and Soviet Visuals, a remarkable side project from a former Russian ballerina and current Facebook employee revealing something special about constraints.

What might happen if you embraced or even sought out constraints in your work, instead of fought them?

It’s Unthinkable.

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Jay is an award-winning podcaster and dynamic keynote speaker. Before creating Unthinkable, he was a digital media strategist at Google and head of content at HubSpot. He’s built content marketing strategies from scratch for startups and produced attention-grabbing documentaries for brands. His work has been cited in places ranging from Harvard Business School to the Washington Post.

Today, Jay hosts shows and works with teams who aspire to be the exceptions to all the noise in their niche.

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