Great host. Found this podcast on Financial Samurai / Sam Dogen’s Buy This Not That episode. Awesome conversation and great host. Subscribed!
This is my favorite podcast - not only is it filled with a diverse array of people who give great advice but it is incredibly practical as well. Srini is a real, authentic dude.
I remember when Srini started this podcast over 10 years ago. I am blown away with Srini’s consistency and longevity. He has a great way of interviewing his guests with ease. Srini is a pro. The diversity of guests and topics is great. And I’m looking forward to chatting, as a fellow Portfolio Penguin author! -Sam, Financial Samurai
Just wanted to say that I really enjoyed listening to the episode. I listen to a lot of podcasts, but I really like your podcast because you find ways to relate to your guests and you’re open about your own experiences. There’s something very genuine about you which comes across in your podcasts. Thank you so much for having Anne as a guest on your show.
I’ll preface this review by saying that The Unmistakeable Creative is the only podcast I have consistently listened to for years without talking a break. Most podcasts start to bore me, or I grow out of the content, but not this one. These conversations are smart and interesting mostly because Srini never interrupts and the guests are from all walks of life, art and business.
Great to hear other creatives talk about the ups and downs of their journey. Helps keep me grounded and focused on what's important while doing work I care about.
As a creative person, it can feel isolating to move through a world like ours. This podcast has been a great resource of information for those who have a creative perspective. It played a role in my own move from an academic career to doing what I truly love to do and making money at it.
Just listened to the episode with Hillary Weiss and got so much out of it. Thought-provoking, intelligent exploration of getting clarity on what makes you unique and the importance of focus.
I've been listening to Srinivas's podcast since my friend Gladys Ato was a guest (check out her awesome interview!). He's never disappointed in the value and inspiration he continues to bring to the table with his interviews - smart questions, allowing space for his expert guests to share their answers, and always giving me a golden nugget takeaway (or five). If you're looking for authentic, actionable tips and advice, I highly recommend The Unmistakable Creative.
As an artist starting out this podcast gave great information on the aspects of business and buyers I never thought of but are so important! Applicable to any business owner. Time spent listening was well worth it!
Loved listening to interview with Ashley stahl @schulmanArt host of the inspiration place podcast
It’s refreshing, inspiring, real, down-to-earth, and honest. I freaking love the host, his questions are on point, he’s vulnerable, and he asks exactly what Im curious to know about the guest. Good job 👍
yes there’s a lot of inspirational content here but what i enjoy most is the grounded nature of the host and conversations. as a solopreneur in the trenches i wish there were more shows like this
Hello Srini. I just wanted to reach out and tell you how much your work means to me. I started listening to you years ago when my marriage fell apart and I was a single mom, working full time at an ad agency while going to grad school. Your conversations were what got me excited to contribute to the world in ways that I didn’t realize before. I always appreciate your honesty and approach. Thanks for putting your voice out there. We are listening. And we need to hear it.
If you are a creative needing inspiration this podcast is for you! The host, Srini, has such a way with mining for valuable nuggets of wisdom from his insightful guests. Each episode sparks new ideas for me and gives me confidence to move forward with my creative ventures. Love it SO much!
I walk away from each episode inspired and curious. Interesting guests, informative interviews and great takeaways that have helped me both creatively and in business.
Sometimes tapping in to that creative side can be the last thing you want to do after a long work week, but when I listen to this show, I get inspired, and find the desire to push towards my creative goals. While the guests can be wildly different, and speak on different topics, you can always learn something that you can then take and incorporate into whatever it is you are trying to do. Worth every minute.
I’ve been a listener of Srinivas and the Unmistakable Creative Podcast for years. The guests are phenomenal and the dialogue is fantastic!! I ALWAYS take away nuggets of wisdom that I’ve applied in my business and my life. If you’re not a current listener you should... no... you MUST subscribe right now. This podcast is a game changer and you’ll be happy you subscribed. Oh... and if you’re like me looking for more... check out Srinivas books as well. Inspiring and informative filled with stories that will help guide you on your own “Unmistakable Creative” journey!
I was recently introduced to Srinivas Rao’s - The Unmistakable Creative podcast and after listening to my first episode by Lydia Denworth on the Science and Psychology of Friendship, I am completely hooked on it. I make it a point to spend my valuable 1-2 hrs listening to it daily, current and past episodes - this is almost a master class for my self-reflection and re installation! Srinivas has innate talent and ingenuity to make every episode genuine and humane. He has a gift of asking relevant, poignant, imperative and thought provoking questions and he has a methodical process of capturing essence of each conversation. The flow and narrative for exchange of information is deeply captivating! His guest and topics are very diverse and multidimensional in nature. Srinivas very pragmatically and meticulously peels each layer of conversation while balancing getting deeper insights into their personal experiences and social connections. Moreover, by doing this he opens the door for questions around fundamentals of life and thought provoking conversations for his readership. His personal experiences are very relatable and I have deep appreciation for his journey. It is always interesting to listen how he interweaves the wisdom offered by guests to his life experiences, which makes it relatable and generous. Thank you Srinivas! I would highly recommend listening to it regularly!
I really enjoy this podcast, Sirini interviews a huge variety of interesting and accomplished leaders. I really enjoyed the Laura Belgrey interview, she shared her winding path to success and it was very relatable. I highly recommend --
I’ve listened to Unmistakable Creative for over a year now, and it’s one of the few podcasts that have lasted me that long. I love the guests, I love Srini’s questions, the podcast length is good, and there’s not too many ads. Always makes me think about topics in a way I haven’t before, or hadn’t even thought about in the first place.
Srini expertly interviews a wide range of guests and together bring valuable & diverse perspectives to the table on every topic. The conversations are authentic, deep, and real, as are the insights provided. Well done!
Listened to my first episode (Tara Swart) and I’m officially a fan. Great job!!! You are a fantastic interviewer! Thank you.
Srinivas, host of The Unmistakable Creative Podcast, highlights all aspects of creativity, art and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!
I was introduced to this podcast several years ago, I tried to listen then, but for some reason, it didn’t stick. Last week I came across a post where Srini was discussing how the audience of one will be there every morning, and it intrigued me, so I decided to give the podcast another listen. I cannot tell express how much each of the episodes I’ve listened to have resonated with me on so many levels. I wanted to reach out and say thank you...for all that you share, all of the inspiration and for the incredible thought provoking questions you ask your guests.
Really enjoy this podcast - Srini's conversations with all manner of creative people and perspectives, along with his own unique story and cultural background. As traditional paradigms of employment, identity and aspirations are rapdily shifting, this podcast helps to give guidance and shed light on possibilities for those invividuals that don't easily fit into the square boxes of longstanding societal expectations or want to try something new - helpful inspiration for those of us that happen to be born on the Island of Misfit Toys. Strongly recommend it!