030: Invoke the spark of transformation, Sara Zalek of Butoh Chicago

“Whenever there’s a dare in my life, I say, “Oh yeah? You’re going to dare me? Then I’m going to show you that I can do it!” ~Sara Zalek, on creating the first Post-Butoh Festival in Chicago (after being told it could never work) We are in a moment… I discovered Sara Zalek’s work through my Edwin Ruiz (my audio engineer Read more & listen →

020: Edit your life, Sage Grayson

“You don’t need a makeover! If you make tiny tweaks to your life, what I like to call life edits, you can become the best version of yourself without having to destroy yourself.” ~Sage Grayson In this episode, I talk with Life Editor & Productivity Coach Sage Grayson all about how to edit your habits, routines, and mindset to balance your happiness at work 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 →

007: Money

“The purpose of being in business for myself is not just to make money, but to be a conduit through which money can be channeled as the energy needed to create beautiful things, to facilitate art, and to champion innovate expression and exploration that expands our collective consciousness.” ~A message from the universe for Andrea Klunder It turns out money Read more & listen →

006: Be a Soul Innovator, Alee Reina Hoffman

“You either get to do what you want OR you get to have money… that doesn’t have to be true.” ~Alee Reina Hoffman In this episode, Alee and I have a sometimes deep sometimes silly conversation about healing, the soul’s mission, money, entrepreneurship, authenticity and doing the work we were meant to do. She shares an energy healing session for all of 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 →

003: Identity

Andrea Klunder Impostor Syndrome Comparison

“When I was a kid, I knew exactly who I was… if there was something I wanted to do, I was pretty sure I could figure out a way to make that happen.” ~Andrea Klunder What does it say on your business card? What’s your title? Do you feel like that’s who you are? This episode is all about Identity and Read more & listen →

Podcast PreSeason 006: Audio Editing, Self-Compassion & Fresh Squeezed Lemonade on a Hot Day

If you haven’t already, please subscribe for access to the whole PreSeason by entering your email below. Thank you! In this episode, I talk about: tech problems & setbacks how it feels when you set up a lemonade stand and no one buys your lemonade the importance of entrepreneurship in our economy according to Seth Godin street cleaning in Chicago Read more & listen →

Summer Solstice, Unexpected Beginnings

Wow! This week. New moon Tuesday and Summer Solstice on Sunday.  New moon = new beginnings, an opportunity for reflection, time to connect with your true purpose, ideal for planting the seeds of intention for what you want to manifest Summer Solstice = the longest day of the year, the most sunlight, a turning of the seasons, the end of Read more & listen →

Financial Self-Care or… Just Get a Job!

This week, I’m applying for jobs. Full-time with a paycheck and a schedule and a “boss.” And in some ways, it feels like defeat. I left my full-time arts admin job in 2008 to open my own yoga studio and spa. I did market research, wrote a business plan, made sales projections and a budget, borrowed tens of thousands of dollars Read more & listen →