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:

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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.

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:

Libsyn. THE industry standard for podcast hosting. Get your first month free with my promo code “envy” and I’ll get a little thank you toward my OWN hosting from Libsyn.

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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Website
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

Website
Instagram
Facebook 
Leave a review in Apple Podcasts
Listen on Spotify 

Connect with Sam Trump

Web
Instagram

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

Website
Facebook
Instagram
LinkedIn

Podcast 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!


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


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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.


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069: Flip the script, Robyn Conley Downs, Feel Good Effect, mindset, podcasting & what it really means to be healthy

“I had to be able to sit there in that uncomfortable place of this is not as good as I want it to be — and that’s okay.” ~Robyn Conley Downs

I discovered Robyn when she needed a podcast editor for her new show the Feel Good Effect. That was a year ago and since then, I have listened in detail to every single one of her episodes and she continues to amaze me with her big heart, inquisitive mind, business savvy, and seemingly superhuman ability to “do it all.”

As we discuss in this episode, there’s nothing superhuman about it and, in reality, there’s a give and take to everything. In fact, in terms of mindset, one of Robyn’s favorite sayings is “gentle is the new perfect.”

I love it and you’re going to love Robyn.


Take Robyn’s Wellness Personality Quiz!!!

“You have to be a beginner to start — there’s no way to bypass being a beginner.” ~Robyn Conley Downs

Connect with Robyn

Website
Feel Good Effect Podcast on Apple Podcasts
Feel Good Effect Podcast on Stitcher
Real Food Whole Life Community on Facebook
Instagram
Facebook 
Twitter
Pinterest

“It’s so good to point out that I did NOT wake up one day and say, ‘I know exactly what I want to do,’ and/or I didn’t say, ‘I know that I want to be the founder of a lifestyle wellness brand.'” ~Robyn Conley Downs

Resources & Links

Summer Self-Care Society — not too late to join by 5/31!!!
Key Change Podcast Trailer from The Santa Fe Opera and… me
Power Your Story — Created by my high school student podcast mentees
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!


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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065: A remedy for not enough

“She asked me how could I express gratitude. My first thought was “to whom?” But she meant… gratitude to mySELF.” ~Andrea Klunder

Pause, take a deep breath, lift your head, and look around…
 

I just released an episode in my new-ish podcast about the craft of podcasting, Podcast Envy, about downloads, numbers, stats, etc and you probably know already how I feel about using those metrics as a measure for success from my Creative Impostor episode 57: What do numbers have to do with success?

And I propose a question that applies to areas of life and work beyond podcasting, which is — if these numerical metrics were to disappear…

If you could not easily see how many followers you had on Facebook or Instagram, how many people liked your picture, or retweeted your post. If you had no idea how many people were subscribed to your email newsletter or opened it or unsubscribed. If you did not have a head count for the audience of your talk or your show… If you did not see an actual number…

… how would YOU measure success? How would you value your OWN work?

Sometimes I feel like my own numbers are too small. Like I’m working and working and working and no one notices or cares. Like I’ll never reach that critical mass of followers where suddenly the conversion statistics  come out to actual sales of services and I can actually earn a sustainable comfortable income off of the content I create and the work that I do.

And sometimes I feel like a fraud, teaching podcasting classes, encouraging hundreds of other people to create a podcast and being positioned as the “expert” or making recommendations on gear, equipment and software when certainly there are other people out there who know more in that department than I do.

And I keep putting myself out there despite those feelings.

And THEN what happens? Listen and find out…

Resources & Links

Connect with Andrea

Website
Facebook
Instagram

Podcast 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!


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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064: Stay in the room, Stacey Herrera, Sex, Money, Creativity, The Sensuality Project

“Self-consciousness is the assassin of authenticity.” ~Stacey Herrera

Stacey Herrera is the producer and host of the podcast The Sensuality Project. I love it, it makes me blush and it makes me think about topics we often don’t get to talk about in a constructive way. And I don’t mean just sex — but what the experience of being in this physical, sensual body is like; relationships; permission, consent and boundaries; social norms and prejudices; and so much more.

Stacey is facilitating a premium community JUST FOR these kinds of conversations amongst “sister friends”: The Sense & Sexability Society

 {This episode includes explicit language. Listener discretion advised.}

In this episode, we talk about:

  • The difference between sensuality and sexuality
  • Why it’s so important for us to normalize and talk about sex
  • The connection between sex, money and creativity
  • Our chakras (energy!) and our sexuality
  • Impostor syndrome manifesting as self-consciousness
  • Advice from Stacey!

“If you’re worried about what the other person is thinking, intimacy cannot happen… you have to be willing to be vulnerable.” ~Stacey Herrera

Connect with Stacey

Website
The Sensuality Project Podcast
The Sense & Sexability Society

Twitter
Facebook
Pinterest
Soundcloud
Tumblr
Youtube

“If I can’t receive in the physical realm, can I receive form the universe? Uh… no.” ~Stacey Herrera

Connect with Andrea

Website
Facebook
Instagram

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

Links and Resources

The Creative Impostor Magic page! Get a special gift from Andrea here.

Power Your Story — Created by my high school student podcast mentees!!!

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 Stacey

Stacey Herrera, The Sensuality Project

I’m Stacey, a native Angelino, who loves to talk.! And sex happens to be one of my favorite subjects. I am seeker and my default setting is optimistic.

I believe that deliciousness is about life, not taste.
I am not a size 2 and I don’t wear stilettos.
I believe that beauty is not a look, but a feeling.
I believe that sexy is not an article of clothing, but the embodiment of vivacity. And that sexy is also a subjective term that applies to everyone.
I also believe that every woman deserves a lover who makes her wet. That the work she does should make her nipples hard. And that she should be aroused by some aspect of her life on a daily basis.

But I know what it feels like to have a full plate. When there are not enough hours in a day to accommodate all the things that need to be done. There was a time when self-care was a conversation and not something I routinely practiced. Family, friends, work… people relied on me. And I got tired. Tired of trying to keep all the balls in the air. Tired of being spread so thin. Tired of being everything to everybody. Tired of being tired.

I was working  job that sucked the life out of me on a daily basis. I could not build my own business because I was too busy wearing a cape. I became resentful. Then I got sick. I stressed myself to the point of developing an illness that caused blindness in my left eye. 

I had to lose my sight in order to regain my vision.

But you don’t have to…

You CAN make different choices now. You CAN have it all without losing your sh*t. You CAN live a turned-on life without giving up the things and the people you love.

And I can help you do that… www.StaceyHerrera.com


This episode was mixed by Edwin R. Ruiz of Mondo Machine.
The Creative Impostor theme music was created by JoVia Armstrong.


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062: Commit to yourself, Jeannette Bridoux, Instagram growth boss, personal brand builder

“If you keep telling yourself you can’t do things, just stop it. Cut that inner critic out of your life and be more open to ‘I could do that.'” ~Jeannette Bridoux

Commit to yourself, your goals, your dreams, your purpose…

Spending time with Jeannette Bridoux is like a really good cup of afternoon coffee for my soul. Her energy, her bottomless well of fresh ideas and her laugh are contagious.

Jeannette is a connector who has been mastering social media, especially Instagram, and who even inspired me to experiment with Insta Stories on my profile at the most recent podcasting conference we attended together, Podfest!

In this episode, we talk about:

  • The origin of her personal brand “marketing bride”
  • Finding visuals that are interesting and not for everyone but a YES for the right people
  • Navigating the dilemma of creatives feeling awkward about marketing especially online
  • The trap of comparison in social media — (psst! the remedy to connect with your purpose so you don’t lose your uniqueness and creativity)
  • Giving your brand time to evolve — you don’t have to have it all figured out from the beginning!
  • Conscious media consumption, how ask what you need rather than mindlessly scrolling and how you use and feed your brain energy
  • Pros & cons of being a digital nomad
  • Mental health concerns for entrepreneurs — you don’t have to be depressed to seek out support for mental health!

Jeannette’s TOP Instagram tip: show your face!

 

“You are here for a purpose. That purpose can evolve over time… just go do it, and enjoy it along the way and focus on the impact that you wanna make in the world.” ~Jeannette Bridoux

Connect with Jeannette

Website
Instagram
LinkedIn
Facebook
Entrepreneurs Unveiled Podcast

FREE Guide to Personal Branding on Instagram

NEW! Boss Women Community (apply to be a featured guest blogger)

Connect with Andrea

Website
Facebook
Instagram

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

Links and Resources

The Creative Impostor Magic page! Get a special gift from Andrea here.

Power Your Story — Created by my high school student podcast mentees!!!

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 Jeannette Bridoux

Before I was MarketingBride or running my own business, I was Marketing specialist for a SaaS startup where I wore ALL the hats – marketing strategy, onboarding, social media marketing, customer support…

Eventhough it was totally stressful, it was also exciting and I learned a lot.

After coaching over 100 entrepreneurs on personal branding & marketing at a startup in Chicago, I knew it was time to branch off and do what I love on my terms.

So after working my 9-5, I built my business and my brand online.

Fast forward a few months later…

I quit my full-time job to run my Instagram growth business full-time, launched an Instagram Course & spoke internationally while traveling the world.

I’m a location independent entrepreneur on a mission to help you commit to your dreams & build your brand on your own terms.


This episode was mixed by Edwin R. Ruiz of Mondo Machine.
The Creative Impostor theme music was created by JoVia Armstrong.


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051: Take a risk, solve a problem, learn something new, Nikki Ricks, FemiNest

“Failure is okay, and you learn so much from failure… you would never know that unless you actually took the risk.” ~Nikki Ricks

You don’t have to do this alone…

Nikki and I discovered each other at a creative women’s mentoring brunch, but we didn’t actually meet… until she reached out to me after the fact and NOW we are huge fans of each other and THAT is exactly what Nikki does — make connections.

Another thing she does really well is business branding and reinvention — which she just did! In the episode, you’re going to hear me talking about Gab Lab, and all of it is true but between our conversation and now, she has rebranded her creative coaching business to FemiNest and, well…  it’s a perfect new iteration of Nikki and everything she empowers her coaching clients to do.

Connect with Nikki

Website
Facebook
Instagram
Pinterest

Connect with Andrea

Facebook
Instagram
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 Nikki Ricks

“Running a business is almost like athletics, where it’s 90% mental and 10% technical.” ~Nikki Ricks

Nikki is a business coach for creative women-owned businesses.

After earning a bachelor’s degree in communications and master’s degree in urban planning, she was working at a Chicago architecture firm when she had her first daughter. Nikki wanted a more flexible way to work, which sparked the idea of creating a coworking space with in-house childcare. As she researched the market and held events at local coworking and play spaces, her favorite part of the business was meeting more of Chicago’s incredible, inspirational, powerful professional women and talking to them about their work.

She has been helping women get organized since implementing the rotating recess snack with her first-grade girl gang and overhauling friends’ rooms on play dates.

Now Nikki works at FemiNest, where her goal is to help build scalable businesses straight from the brains of female entrepreneurs. In her free time she mentors at 1871 and 2112. She loves goals, business models, to-do lists, brainstorming, efficiency, and getting you a freaking paycheck.


This episode was mixed by Edwin R. Ruiz of Mondo Machine.
The Creative Impostor theme music was created by JoVia Armstrong.


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050: Decide to create your own happiness, Katy Flatau, Mindful-U

“Sometimes you need to stop looking over the edge of the cliff and look around and notice ‘oh yeah, we’re all here together.’ There’s power in that feeling of community.” ~Katy Flatau

Career change and life balance coach Katy Flatau and I talk about how to plan for a career change EVEN IF you are successful, EVEN IF your job isn’t horrible, but when you feel there’s something missing. She shares her own journey from corporate sales job to entrepreneur, feeling like an impostor and how she corrects for that daily through community and connection. We also talk about money, becoming a coach and the nitty gritty of co-founding, partnering and then parting ways on Mindful-U.

Connect with Katy

Website
Facebook
Instagram
Twitter
Pinterest

Connect with Andrea

Facebook
Instagram
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 Katy Flatau

Katy Flatau is Founder and CEO of Mindful-U, LLC. A Certified Life Coach (CPC) since 2010, Katy spent 15 years in corporate America, focusing on advertising research & award-winning account management. Her commitment to helping professionals find a mindful balance in both their work and personal lives comes from her own experience of industry and career-shifting mergers & acquisitions, several rounds of corporate layoffs, 3 re-locations and many years of business travel to over 50 U.S. markets. She knows that an individual armed with the tools to skillfully manage change & stress is much more likely to be both an asset to their organizations and able to experience a higher level of satisfaction in their personal lives.


This episode was mixed by Edwin R. Ruiz of Mondo Machine.
The Creative Impostor theme music was created by JoVia Armstrong.


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