CI073: Where Have I been? Updates & Invitations



I just sort of went into this existential crisis of — What is The Creative Impostor? Why do I need this show?

It has been a while since I have released an episode here for you. My last episode was this past summer with the fabulous Matt Marr. It was a really good one.

And now… I have to tell you something really strange has happened or is happening, which is that I did not plan to take a hiatus with this show.

In fact over on my other podcast, Podcast Envy, all about how to craft a show that matters, I have recently advised podcasters that if they are going to take a hiatus from their show, they should tell their listeners. They should announce it. They should set some expectations so that you’re not just leaving your listeners hanging and I did NOT do that myself.

Truth be told, I have been feeling guilty about it ever since I dispensed that oh so sage advice so I decided to come here just to check in and say hi. I haven’t forgotten you. I haven’t abandoned you. And I’m so so so happy and grateful that you have not abandoned me either and I know this because for some reason even though I have not released a new episode since summer, I have over a thousand downloads of The Creative Impostor per month since then — amazing!!!

Read on for more…

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You’re invited to be part of a year-end gratitude experiment!

If you feel grateful for podcasts or podcasting, I would love for you to be a part of my upcoming December episode. Send me a short audio clip (3min or less) with a story and/or post on Instagram about how you appreciate making or listening to podcasts using #podcastgratitude. Be sure to tag me @andreaklunder so I see it!

To share the audio clip, message me directly andrea [at] thecreativeimpostor.com by November 25th and I’ll give you instructions.

Dreaming of Podcasting?

CURRENT PODCASTERS! I’m looking for you IF…

  • you are wanting to connect with other podcasters in a constructive, supportive way
  • you are happily podcasting along but feel like there’s something you’re missing
  • you want to grow your show in meaningful ways to make more of an impact

I’m developing an exclusive community circle of podcasters featuring monthly master classes, office hours with me, special guests and more! Founding members will have the opportunity to shape the program custom for you.

Launching January 2019. Sign up by December 21, 2018.

PODCASTERS TO BE! I’m looking for you IF…

  • you are planning to launch your podcast in 2019
  • you want to shortcut your learning curve and get it out sooner than later
  • you value having your show sound and look professional from the beginning so you can grow from a solid foundation

Let’s launch your show together as part of an intimate group in the Podcast Envy Launch Pod — the hands on attention of my private 1×1 launch service for a fraction of the cost!

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So where HAVE I been and why the hiatus and what can you do if you miss me?

I’m here. I haven’t disappeared.

I’m producing Podcast Envy. If you are interested in the topic of podcasting specifically, there’s some really good stuff happening over on that show and you should definitely subscribe. I’m also over at Power Your Story and while it’s not me, it’s my high school student mentees who are producing that show and we have a ton of new content in the pipeline.

And I’ve been over at Key Change: Creating Opera For All Voices with the Santa Fe Opera. This is an integrated podcasting-opera-storytelling experience all about an initiative through the community outreach and education department at the Santa Fe Opera called Opera For All Voices, which is all about commissioning new works centered around diversity and inclusion and having the conversation about what diversity and inclusion means in the opera world and just in the arts world in the United States in general.

What does American Opera mean?

What does contemporary opera mean?

What does it look like?

What does it sound like?

What kinds of stories are we telling?

Who is telling those stories?

The first season is out now and where are in the depths of editing season 2, which will be coming out this spring. So there’s been a lot of work going on at The Creative Impostor STUDIOS and that is the primary reason for the hiatus on The Creative Impostor PODCAST.

The other reason became clear to me when I went on hiatus unexpectedly was that I am getting bored. 

I mean not with the idea of The Creative Impostor, nor the brand, nor podcasting in general, but just the format. I mean, I’ve been doing it for a few years. I have some great interviews. I love doing interviews. I love doing the solo episodes. But now that I’m doing interviews over on Podcast Envy, it kind of feels like why do I have two shows? And in fact, I’ve been working with a business coach who is Robyn Conley Downs of the Feel Good Effect podcast (one of the podcasts that I edit.)

And Robyn actually said to me in a coaching, “Why do you have two shows? Do you need to have two shows? Maybe you should just focus on one.”

At first I was like, “NO! I can’t I can’t only have one. I can’t let go The Creative Impostor. That’s my baby. That’s my first show. I love that show and I have more listeners on that show!”

But from a business perspective, the show doesn’t really make that much sense anymore because my business has become specifically about supporting other podcasters and organizations and individuals who WANT to podcast.

And so I just sort of went into this existential crisis of what is The Creative Impostor? Why do I have it? Why do I need this show? What is different about it than Podcast Envy?

And I also have been thinking for a long time now that I’ve done a lot of interviews and I feel really comfortable and confident in this format and most podcasts that we listen to our either solo produced shows co-hosted shows or interview shows…

I keep thinking what else is possible with the medium of podcasting.

What else is possible in audio? I mean, yeah, we also have. Narrative fiction podcasts like Gimlet’s Homecoming and narrative nonfiction podcasts like Serial, but there has to be something else — some kind of experimental immersive audio experience.

I don’t know exactly what it is yet, but I want to do something really different.

I want to be more creative to be honest. So that’s where I’m going with this. More is coming. But I don’t know what and I don’t know. 

In the meantime, here are a few ways that I would love to connect with you:

  1. Email me. Send me an email and let me know why you listen to the show. So no like formal survey or anything. Just email me. Why do you listen to the show? What do you love most about it or what do you get out of it? So that I can make sure that my new content direction is aligned with what you love and what you want and with you.
  2. Join my Facebook Community where we create social support for content creators with inspiring prompts, opportunities for you to share your work, talk about money and more.
  3. If you are thinking of starting your own podcast, consider doing it together with me and a few friends in the Podcast Envy Launch Pod starting January 2019.
  4. If you already HAVE a podcast and are ready to grow in a meaningful way and make connections, consider the VIP Circle.

Happy birthday to me this week Wednesday! I hope to hear from you ASAP for #podcastgratitude.  I’d love to see you for real, for real via Zoom meeting in either the Launch Pod or the VIP Circle in January of 2019.

Connect with Andrea

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Email or Voice (send me a question to answer on the show!)
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Oh HEY! I’m on LinkedIn now… dropping pro podcasting tips, insights, and stories. Connect with me there and let me know you’re a Creative Impostor listener.

Julie Neale, Mother’s Quest, on Social Impact and Podcasting

A “for purpose” venture to support mothers sparks a social solidarity movement.

I met Julie Neale a couple years ago at Podcast Movement and we became instant friends. A devoted mom on a mission to create a meaningful life for herself alongside and integrated with her role as mother, she supports other mom’s to live what she calls an E.P.I.C. life. 

E = ENGAGED

You are mindfully engaged with your children and family.

P = PASSIONATE

You are passionate & purposeful, making a difference beyond your family.

I = INVESTED

You are invested in yourself.

C = CONNECTED

You are connected to a strong support network so you are in community on the journey.

Read on for more…

Subscribe to Podcast Envy (it’s free!)

Get featured on Podcast Envy

You’re invited to be part of a year-end gratitude experiment! 

If you feel grateful for podcasts or podcasting, I would love for you to be a part of my upcoming December episode. Send me a short audio clip (3min or less) with a story and/or post on Instagram about how you appreciate making or listening to podcasts using #podcastgratitude. Be sure to tag me @andreaklunder so I see it!

To share the audio clip, message me directly andrea [at] thecreativeimpostor.com and I’ll give you instructions.

Featured Podcast Angel

CURRENT PODCASTERS! I’m looking for you IF…

  • you are wanting to connect with other podcasters in a constructive, supportive way
  • you are happily podcasting along but feel like there’s something you’re missing
  • you want to grow your show in meaningful ways to make more of an impact

I’m developing an exclusive community circle of podcasters featuring monthly master classes, office hours with me, special guests and more! Founding members will have the opportunity to shape the program custom for you.

Launching January 2019. Sign up by December 21, 2018.

PODCASTERS TO BE! I’m looking for you IF…

  • you are planning to launch your podcast in 2019
  • you want to shortcut your learning curve and get it out sooner than later
  • you value having your show sound and look professional from the beginning so you can grow from a solid foundation

Let’s launch your show together as part of an intimate group in the Podcast Envy Launch Pod — the hands on attention of my private 1×1 launch service for a fraction of the cost!

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Julie pulled me on board for this ambitious heartfelt initiative she founded that year called Women Podcasters in Solidarity — a collective of women podcasters who have made a pledge to build awareness and funds for social justice through their podcasting platforms. This is a twice-yearly, ongoing initiative with the first focus being on Anti-Racism and the Movement for Black Lives, and the second on Gun Safety with an Intersectional Lens (you can join now for the new season here).

I’m planning to contribute a series of episodes my high school podcasting students produced about gun control with Dion McGill of the Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence for Power Your Story.

In this episode of Podcast Envy, we talk about social justice, gun violence, the origin story of Mother’s Quest, how Julie produces her podcast, and finding joyful moments.

Resources

5 Questions You Haven’t Asked About Your Podcast (FREE)
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About Julie Neal & Mother’s Quest

Mother’s Quest Founder, Julie Neale honors both the meaning and the mess of life and parenthood and believes our children and youth challenge us to grow into our best selves. She is on a mission to live a truly E.P.I.C. life and, through her example, inspire her children to do the same.

Her “for-purpose” venture, Mother’s Quest, provides inspiration, coaching and community so that mothers, and those who work with young people, can connect to support and resources, fulfill their unique purpose, and live their E.P.I.C. lives.

After a 20-year career as a leader in youth-serving non-profit organizations, Julie turned her focus to coaching, training at the Coaches Training Institute, and facilitating a process known as “reflection” for youth development professionals.

Through this and her parenting experience, she realized that mothers, and those who mother, need an opportunity to reflect on their own growth, dreams, and plans and created Mother’s Quest to champion them.

With calm and care, she masterfully taps into her own curiosity and intuition, to help her clients slow down from the busyness of life and work, reflect on what matters, clarify a future vision, and move into action.

She writes about the transformative experience of parenting in her own life at mothersquest.com and in the Mother’s Quest Facebook community and hosts the Mother’s Quest Podcast, which launched in December 2106, recently releasing its 50th episode.

In the fall of 2017, she founded the Women Podcasters in Solidarity Initiative, to raise awareness and dollars for social justice issues through the power of podcasting. The first season focused on anti-racism and police accountability.  The episodes of those who contributed, including three from Mother’s Quest, can be found at www.womenpodcastersinsolidarity.com.

A fall 2018 season is focused on gun safety with new episodes to be released in January 2019.

Julie received her Masters in City Planning, Community Development from UC Berkeley and a BA in Communication Studies from UCLA, where she met her husband. She currently lives with her husband and two boys in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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When she’s not wrestling with her kindergartener or driving her teen to basketball practice, you can find her squeezing in ten minutes of yoga and meditation (believing something is better than nothing!) and staying up way too late to watch a double-hitter of the Handmaids Tale and Super Soul Sunday.

Connect with Julie

Mother’s Quest
Women Podcasters in Solidarity
Facebook @MothersQuest
Instagram @MothersQuestPod

Connect with Andrea

My favorite hashtags #podcastenvy #podcastboss

Email or Voice (send me a question to answer on the show!)
Facebook Group The Creative Impostor
Facebook Page @andreaklunder.creative
Instagram: @andreaklunder

Oh HEY! I’m on LinkedIn now… dropping pro podcasting tips, insights, and stories. Connect with me there and let me know you’re a Podcast Envy listener.

Shannon Crow, The Connected Yoga Teacher, on Social Impact and Podcasting

Shannon Crow from The Connected Yoga Teacher is with me on this episode to talk podcasting and social impact. Actually, she reached out to me originally to talk about impostor syndrome (one of my fave topics), so we cover that too!

Shannon Crow, The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast, Podcast Envy Episode 033, on Social Impact

I LOVE what Shannon is doing with her podcast, and even more so with her community of yoga teachers, the hub of which is her Facebook Group.

In fact, you may or may not know that before podcasting, my primary work was teaching yoga and meditation. I even owned and operated my own studio in Chicago for FIVE years and ultimately had to close because I just couldn’t find a way to make the business profitable and sustainable with the resources I had available.

My experience and observation is that yoga is TOUGH business model, and most of us teachers get into it because we have a passion for the practice, and for helping other people live healthier, more fulfilling lives. We get VERY little business or entrepreneurial training or guidance and then we bust our butts, struggling to make ends meet while running round teaching classes OR we make it a side hustle while holding down a full-time job or assortment of part-time jobs.

Shannon saw this gap and decided to do something about it. She’s hoping that what she can do to create a support network and resources for yoga teachers to have more sustainable business practices will ripple out to help so many more people through the classes and sessions those teachers hold.

Shannon Crow is definitely a podcaster using this platform to make a positive social impact. Whether you’re into yoga or not, there’s a lot you can learn from her. Listen to the episode to find out how she does it!

Featured Podcast Angel

CURRENT PODCASTERS! I’m looking for you IF…

  • you are wanting to connect with other podcasters in a constructive, supportive way
  • you are happily podcasting along but feel like there’s something you’re missing
  • you want to grow your show in meaningful ways to make more of an impact

I’m developing an exclusive community circle of podcasters featuring monthly master classes, office hours with me, special guests and more! Founding members will have the opportunity to shape the program custom for you.

So get on my VIP Circle list (no obligation to join) to be invited and have a chance to help me create a unique experience to support you in your podcasting mission.

Launching January 2019. Sign up by December 21, 2018.

A halloween gift for you!

This month, October 2018, over on my LinkedIn, I’m sharing podcasting tips, practices and fun all around a Halloween theme and I’m kicking it off with a Tarot Card spread for your Podcast Content Marketing Plan.

This is a nod to the nostalgic defining moment of my childhood when I won (or at least placed) in a costume contest at the public library for my gypsy fortune teller look. No tarot cards are NOT fortune telling but I didn’t know any better when I was 9!

So if YOU want to get the spread either to DIY with your own tarot or oracle deck OR you want me to do a 3-card reading for you and YOUR show, click the button below and drop your email there for me and you’ll get instructions and a super brief questionnaire in case you want me to pull cards for you.

Resources

5 Questions You Haven’t Asked About Your Podcast (FREE)
I mean, you want to make a show that matters right? You’ve got a message, a passion, a purpose. How can you make sure it’s landing? These questions from your Podcast Boss (me) will help!Get the questions!

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My favorite hashtags #podcastenvy #podcastboss

Oh HEY! I’m on LinkedIn now… dropping pro podcasting tips, insights, and stories. Connect with me there and let me know you’re a Podcast Envy listener.

Our Guest

The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast

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About Shannon

Shannon Crow is the host of The Connected Yoga Teacher podcast and a consultant for yoga teachers. She shares what she has learned (and continues to learn) as a yoga entrepreneur.

Shannon is passionate about this work so that yoga teachers have more time and energy to share the yoga that lights them up.

She became a yoga teacher in 2006 and continues to teach weekly group and private classes in Owen Sound, Ontario, with a specialty in Yoga for Pelvic Health.

Shannon is dedicated to helping yoga teachers define their niche and thrive at marketing. She thrives in a community that is playful, diverse, and supportive. This is what inspired her to create The Connected Yoga Teacher Facebook group.

Shannon offers in person and online teacher training. She is the co-founder of the MamaNurture Prenatal Yoga School and developed the Yoga for Pelvic Health Teacher Training.

In her spare time, Shannon can be found hiking or skiing on the Bruce Peninsula with her partner, Shawn and her three children. She enjoys time outside in the vegetable garden in the summer or skiing in the winter.

Shannon loves the quiet of morning with her tea, yoga mat and journal. She likes to laugh, visit with friends and family and ask a lot of questions.

Hey Andrea… Ask Me Anything recorded LIVE at Southgate Media Group Podcast Marathon 2018

How do you know whether the idea you have for a podcast is actually interesting to anyone else?

How do you grow an audience?

How do you make money from podcasting?

What keeps you going when it starts to feel like too much?

The answers to these questions in this week’s Ask Me Anything recorded LIVE at the Southgate Media Group Podcast Marathon 2018!!!

Thank you for your questions:

Ashley Lana Scott (future podcaster)

Queen Quaymo of the Queen Quaymo Podcast

Donna Harris of Constantly Under Construction

A halloween gift for you!

This month, October 2018, over on my LinkedIn, I’m sharing podcasting tips, practices and fun all around a Halloween theme and I’m kicking it off with a Tarot Card spread for your Podcast Content Marketing Plan.

This is a nod to the nostalgic defining moment of my childhood when I won (or at least placed) in a costume contest at the public library for my gypsy fortune teller look. No tarot cards are NOT fortune telling but I didn’t know any better when I was 9!

So if YOU want to get the spread either to DIY with your own tarot or oracle deck OR you want me to do a 3-card reading for you and YOUR show, click the button below and drop your email there for me and you’ll get instructions and a super brief questionnaire in case you want me to pull cards for you.

Resources

5 Questions You Haven’t Asked About Your Podcast (FREE)
I mean, you want to make a show that matters right? You’ve got a message, a passion, a purpose. How can you make sure it’s landing? These questions from your Podcast Boss (me) will help!

Podcast Boss Interview Setup Guide (Premium)
Get a handy PDF of our dual recording setup for online interviews using Ecamm Call Recorder for Skype AND and the Zoom H4n Pro recorder.

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Connect

Email or Voice (send me a question to answer on the show!)
Facebook Group The Creative Impostor
Facebook Page @andreaklunder.creative
Instagram: @andreaklunder

My favorite hashtags #podcastenvy #podcastboss

Oh HEY! I’m on LinkedIn now… dropping pro podcasting tips, insights, and stories. Connect with me there and let me know you’re a Podcast Envy listener.

Podcasting for Nonprofit Organizations

Does your nonprofit organization need a podcast?

What do you need to know?

How do you get started and how do you know if it’s working?

This episode features stories and advice from The Gifted Life, My Ocean, rePROs Fight Back, and Democracy Works, four podcasts created by nonprofit organizations that are making a social impact in our world.

EVEN IF YOU ARE NOT FROM A NONPROFIT ORG, you will still get so much value from considering alternative ways to measure success and impact as a podcaster beyond numbers, stats and downloads.

Upcoming Podcast Envy Class

3 Elements Your Podcast is Missing @ Next Door Chicago
Wednesday 9/26 from 6:30-8:00pm

It’s FREE! Can’t make it? Not in Chicago? Get on the Podcast Envy VIP list and then reply back to the email you get from me and ask for the free launch webinar.

Featured Podcast Angel

Podcast Envy Launch Pod  – If you’ve been waiting for the right time to launch YOUR podcast, the time is now.  Become a part of this group launch ready for January 2019. We begin our process October 2018 – so wait no more!

OR get priority registration for Pod 2 starting in January for launch in March.

Learn more & get on the priority list: http://bit.ly/launchpodenvy

Our Guests

The Gifted Life

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Episodes Mentioned: 086: Let’s Talk About the Donation of Organs in Hispanic Culture and 087: A Living Donor Shares Her Story

Register as a Donor: https://www.donatelife.net/

Democracy Works

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My Ocean

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rePROs Fight Back

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Also Mentioned

Key Change: Creating Opera for All Voices

Produced by The Creative Impostor Studios (me!) for the Santa Fe Opera

Resources

5 Questions You Haven’t Asked About Your Podcast (FREE)
I mean, you want to make a show that matters right? You’ve got a message, a passion, a purpose. How can you make sure it’s landing? These questions from your Podcast Boss (me) will help!

Podcast Boss Interview Setup Guide (Premium)
Get a handy PDF of our dual recording setup for online interviews using Ecamm Call Recorder for Skype AND and the Zoom H4n Pro recorder.

Subscribe

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Connect

Email or Voice (send me a question to answer on the show!)
Facebook Group The Creative Impostor
Facebook Page @andreaklunder.creative
Instagram: @andreaklunder

My favorite hashtags #podcastenvy #podcastboss

Oh HEY! I’m on LinkedIn now… dropping pro podcasting tips, insights, and stories. Connect with me there and let me know you’re a Podcast Envy listener.

Beth O’Connor, The Rural Health Voice, on Social Impact & Podcasting

What if your boss or board member approached you with the idea, task, or strong suggestion to start a podcast for your organization and you had no idea where to begin? 

Well that’s essentially what happened with Beth O’Connor of the Virginia Rural Health Association. And now, she’s on her way to launching The Rural Health Voice on behalf of her nonprofit! 

Find out how she’s doing it, where the money is coming from, and what was holding her back in the beginning. 

Upcoming Podcast Envy Class:

3 Elements Your Podcast is Missing @ Next Door Chicago
Wednesday 9/26 from 6:30-8:00pm

It’s FREE! Can’t make it? Not in Chicago? Get on the Podcast Envy VIP list and then reply back to the email you get from me and ask for the free launch webinar.

Featured Podcast Angel:

Beth’s best advice if YOU are suffering from paralysis by analysis or the dreaded impostor syndrome? Talk to other podcasters!

That’s part of why I’m offering a Podcast Envy Launch Pod this fall! If you’ve been waiting for the right time to launch YOUR podcast, the time is now.  Become a part of this group launch ready for January 2019. We begin our process October 2018 – so wait no more.

Learn more & get on the priority list!

Resources:

5 Questions You Haven’t Asked About Your Podcast (FREE)
I mean, you want to make a show that matters right? You’ve got a message, a passion, a purpose. How can you make sure it’s landing? These questions from your Podcast Boss (me) will help!

Podcast Boss Interview Setup Guide (Premium)
Get a handy PDF of our dual recording setup for online interviews using Ecamm Call Recorder for Skype AND and the Zoom H4n Pro recorder.

Subscribe to Podcast Envy for Free:

Apple Podcasts
Google Podcasts
Spotify
Stitcher

Connect:

Email or Voice (send me a question to answer on the show!)
Facebook Group The Creative Impostor
Facebook Page @andreaklunder.creative
Instagram: @andreaklunder

My favorite hashtags #podcastenvy #podcastboss

Oh HEY! I’m on LinkedIn now… dropping pro podcasting tips, insights, and stories. Connect with me there and let me know you’re a Podcast Envy listener.

Our Guest:

The Rural Health Voice (launching late fall 2018)

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About Virginia Rural Health Association

The Virginia Rural Health Association (VRHA) is a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization working for the 2.5 million people who call rural Virginia their home.

VRHA Mission

Our mission is to improve the health of rural Virginians through education, advocacy, and fostering cooperative partnerships.

VRHA Provides

Education
VRHA holds an annual conference and other events which allows attendees to acquire tools and resources which will help them in their jobs and communities.

Advocacy
VRHA works with elected officials at the local, state and federal levels to help them understand how the decisions they make affects the quality of health care provided in rural Virginia.

Information
VRHA produces the Weekly Update, an e-newsletter which allows VRHA members to stay informed about state and national rural health issues.

PE022: Dave Jackson, School of Podcasting, on Impostor Syndrome and Podcasters Hall of Fame

What if you were happily podcasting along since pre-iPhone era, and suddenly got the call that you were being inducted into the Academy of Podcasters Hall of Fame at Podcast Movement, the biggest industry conference of the year?

Today I’m talking with Dave Jackson, host of School of Podcasting, stranger to no one who has been involved in this industry for long, coach to many, and creator of a new podcast about every 5 minutes.

This episode is part of the “impostor syndrome” crossover series between my two shows, The Creative Impostor and Podcast Envy… enjoy!

Featured Podcast Angel:

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Resources:

5 Questions You Haven’t Asked About Your Podcast
I mean, you want to make a show that matters right? You’ve got a message, a passion, a purpose. How can you make sure it’s landing? These questions from your Podcast Boss (me) will help!

Podcast Boss Interview Setup Guide
Get a handy PDF of our dual recording setup for online interviews using Ecamm Call Recorder for Skype AND and the Zoom H4n Pro recorder.

Connect:

http://www.podcastenvy.com

Email or Voice (send me a question to answer on the show!)
Facebook Group The Creative Impostor
Facebook Page @andreaklunder.creative
Instagram: @andreaklunder
My favorite hashtags #podcastenvy #podcastboss

Oh HEY! I’m on LinkedIn now… dropping tons of pro podcasting tips, insights, and stories. Connect with me there and let me know you’re a Podcast Envy listener.

Subscribe:

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Our Guest!

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School of Podcasting Podcast

About Dave Jackson

Dave Jackson is an award-winning podcaster who has been podcasting since 2005. He is an inductee of the Academy of Podcasters Hall oF Fame.

He is a featured/keynote speaker at events, author of the book More Podcast Money, and served as the Director of Podcasting for the New Media Expo.

He was featured in the Documentary The Messengers: A Podcast Documentary available on Amazon. He is best known for founding the School of Podcasting and helping thousands of podcasters launch successful podcasts. He has started over 20 podcasts and has over 3 million downloads.

071: Power Your Story, Sam Trump, Sam Kirk, Jenny Q on Music, Art, Social Impact

Announcing Power Your Story Season 3, a podcast produced by my students from the Podcast Tech mentoring program at a high school in Chicago!


Today I’m giving you a first-hand sneak peek of Season 3 of our student-produced podcast, Power Your Story.

Featured Interview Clips

  1. Musician Sam Trump with Mark and Nate
  2. Artists Sam Kirk and Jenny Q with Alfred and Justus

Musical transitions (Power Your Story theme music) by DJ Sparkz.


Connect With Power Your Story

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Facebook 
Leave a review in Apple Podcasts
Listen on Spotify 

Connect with Sam Trump

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Connect with Sam Kirk & Jenny Q

IamSamKirk.com
Quirklyn.com
Provoke Culture
Instagram – Sam
Instagram – Jenny

Resources & Links

Las Puertas del Paseo Boricua
Watch the micro-doc about the doors on Humboldt Park, featuring Sam Kirk & Jenny Q, produced and directed by Edwin R. Ruiz (our audio engineer)

Check out my interview on Conversations with a Wounded Healer with Sarah Buino

Podcast Movement 2018
(I’m speaking there Wednesday @ 11am!!!)

Power Your Story Podcast
(This is what my talk is about.)

My podcast about craft of podcasting Podcast Envy
The Creative Impostor Magic page – Get a special gift from Andrea here.

Connect with Andrea

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Podcast Envy: Podcast Launch, Craft & Coaching Services
Chicago Women’s Creative Collective

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070: Do one thing that’s completely different, Monica Rivera, You Wanna Do What?! the Podcast

“But everyone keeps saying just find your passion — find that one thing and follow your bliss and I thought well… I have a bunch of passions, so which passion are we talking about? And that’s why I kept feeling really stuck in that decision of needing to pick one thing.” ~Monica Rivera

 

I’m obsessed with podcasts and I always want MORE so there’s this thing I do once a week in the She Podcasts Facebook Group on Wednesdays. I scroll through a VERY long thread of new podcast episodes by other women podcasters and pick a few I’ve never heard of to check out.

Most of the time, I decide they’re not for me but every once in a while, a show really stands out and I fall in love.

That’s what happened with Monica’s podcast: You Wanna Do What?!

When I first heard it, I thought, “I want to to be friends with this woman.”

Her show feels so motivating without feeling coachy or preachy or overwhelming. And I’m so happy to be getting to know her and introduce her to you!

2 stories that stand out in this interview:

1) How Monica got into podcasting

2) How she was inspired by her grandmother not to wait to try new things


Listen to Monica’s podcast You Wanna Do What?!
I love episode 045: Are You Really Living? 

“I am comparing myself to myself… what I think I should be doing versus what I am doing, which I think is the worst kind because you’re with yourself all the time. So you’re constantly almost at war if you let yourself be.” ~Monica Rivera

Connect with Monica

Website

Instagram

Facebook 

Twitter

“And some days honestly, I just have to sit in that space and let me feel it and just kind of go through it of kind of beating myself up a little bit and then the next day hoping that it gets better, but I never try to force myself out of something that I’m feeling.” ~Monica Rivera

Resources & Links

Podcast Movement 2018
(I’m speaking there Wednesday @ 11am!!!)

Power Your Story Podcast
(This is what my talk is about.)

My podcast about craft of podcasting Podcast Envy
The Creative Impostor Magic page – Get a special gift from Andrea here.

Connect with Andrea

Website
Facebook
InstagramPodcast Envy: Podcast Launch, Craft & Coaching Services
Chicago Women’s Creative Collective

Support the Creative Impostor

Andrea’s Patreon Page — where you can support the show, get cool gifts from me and can become an active participant in the creative community!

Free Audio Book & 30 day trial membership with Audible.com — support The Creative Impostor when you sign up!

About Monica Rivera

Monica Rivera is a first-generation Latina from NYC who is a marketing professional by day and podcaster by passion. She is the Creator & Host of You Wanna Do What?! The Podcast.

Her signature approach gives professionals, parents– and everyone in between– permission to pursue their personal goals and check off their bucket list items through interviews with extraordinary guests, relatable personal stories, and practical solutions.

Monica has been featured on websites such as Thrive Global and Like a Boss Girls. 


This episode was NOT mixed by Edwin R. Ruiz of Mondo Machine.
The Creative Impostor theme music was created by JoVia Armstrong.


I’d LOVE to hear from you!

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