015: Comparison & Competition

Andrea Klunder Impostor Syndrome Comparison

“Think of it like Game of Thrones — Oh, look, that person has more power or influence than I do… great! I’ll just kill him.” ~Edwin Ruiz, on comparison & competition Since comparing ourselves to others always makes us feel bad, WHY do we do it?! This episode was inspired by my conversation in Episode 14 with travel blogger and creative entrepreneur, Read more & listen →

013: Toolkit: Yoga Nidra (Relaaaaax…)

“I didn’t know or understand what was happening or why — I was just doing downward dog and shoulder stand and feeling… better.” ~Andrea, on yoga practice What if you had a direct line to uncovering your life’s purpose? One of my favorite things to do in my life and work is to take potentially weird, esoteric or “out there” Read more & listen →

011: Resistance

“Where there is a Dream, there is Resistance. Thus: where we encounter Resistance, somewhere nearby is a Dream.” ~Steven Pressfield, The War of Art I have a huge impostor confession to make. This one was big and it’s embarrassing to admit to you… You should know that as I was recording it in my mini recording studio, in my bedroom closet, I Read more & listen →

010: Ask your inner wise person, Ellen Katz

“So I learned how to love me better. And that’s the way out of hell. How do I love me better? Not through words, not through platitudes, but through action.” ~Ellen “Radha” Katz  In this episode, I talk with psychotherapist and kirtan musician Ellen Katz about: the roots of impostor syndrome, how we connect with our “inner wise person”, the importance Read more & listen →

009: Travel, Service, Gratitude

“Even with limited resources, we really are in a position where we have the power to make positive change in the world around us.” ~Andrea Klunder, regarding a service project in El Salvador Post-Thanksgiving, are you still flexing that “gratitude muscle” or are you all thankful-ed out? This episode is inspired by my conversation with Kathryn Pisco of Unearth the World in Read more & listen →

005: Procrastination & Perfectionism

“If you don’t have 15 minutes a day to spend on your creative passion, you’re just making an excuse.” ~Michele Theberge My FAVORITE manifestation of impostor syndrome is procrastination. This episode is inspired by my conversation with Melissa Dinwiddie in Episode #4. Check out Melissa’s website here. AND hear my interview with her on Episode #4 of this podcast. Facebook * Read more & listen →

004: Feed Your Creative Hunger, Melissa Dinwiddie

“A women in love with her life is absolutely irresistible.” ~Melissa Dinwiddie Melissa Dinwiddie and I talk about changing the world by feeding your creative hunger! How to get unstuck, discover your true passion, get out of the comparison trap and there’s a SONG! Melissa’s Website: https://melissadinwiddie.com/ Facebook * Twitter * Pinterest * YouTube Creative Live Tara Gentile Todd Henry’s Facebook Group Read more & listen →

002: Focus on the What, Nikki Nigl

“I help women own their sh*t!” ~Nikki Nigl Nikki and I jam about how to know whether your success is real, anxiety attacks, creating a judgment free environment and creating the life you want even if you don’t know how. Nikki’s Website: www.NikkiNigl.com Facebook * Twitter * LinkedIn * Instagram     “Is my success real?” ~Nikki Nigl   Nikki is reading… Amy Poehler’s Read more & listen →

001: Impostor Syndrome, Do you have it?

Look, ma! I created a podcast! And here is the very first episode… Impostor syndrome. How does it show up for you – self-doubt, hesitation, procrastination, perfectionism, comparison, competition? Or a little gremlin voice in your head that says, “Who do you think you are? You can’t do THAT!”  The truth is you have something to share with the world Read more & listen →

Your voice matters.

I’ve spent the past two weeks without my voice. It comes in fits and starts — raspy, breathy, squeaky or barely audible. Though for a good 4 days, I couldn’t make a peep. Laryngitis. Every singer’s nightmare. It used to happen to me a lot when I was in high school. My friends would tease me jovially saying, “Andrea, do Read more & listen →