“Well certainly people are going to want to listen to this because I’m creating it!” ~Andrea Klunder, (reflecting on my childhood self recording my first “radio show”)
Announcing SEASON 2 of The Creative Impostor!!!
What’s new? Clarity on The Creative Impostor brand and podcast.
Our 3 areas of exploration are: Mindfulness, Creating Community, and a more Holistic, Feminine Approach to Business.
And, of course, we’re still going to be talking all about impostor syndrome and how to do your creative thing despite that little voice in your head that says “who do you think you are?”
This new focused vision has arisen from my experiences at Podcast Movement, some interviews I have been doing on other podcasts and coaching work I’m doing with a publicity and story strategist. Details are in the episode and links are down below my social links!
“What is the point of starting your own business and doing your own thing and working a million hours a week if you’re not enjoying yourself and if you’re not nurturing yourself?! ” ~Andrea Klunder
Resources, Links & more!
- My interview with Salena Knight on Bringing Business to Retail
- My interview with Brian Drury on Overcoming Graduation (coming soon)
- My interview with Bruce Langford on Mindfulness Mode (coming soon)
- Singularity Storytelling with Isabelle Rizo (publicity and brand GENIUS for creative entrepreneurs!)
- Chicago Women’s Creative Collective on Meetup.com
Creative Space Retreat to New Orleans
Our first retreat to one of my favorite cities in the whole world is in the works for March 2017! Get the inside scoop…
This episode was 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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Also send me a message! What do you think of the new format for Season 2?
Who do you know whose story or business fits into the themes of mindfulness, creating community, and a more holistic, feminine approach to business that supports your creative lifestyle?
Email your written comments or leave a voicemail using SpeakPipe to share your personal “creative impostor” story — and when you do, I just may read the message or play your voice on a future episode.
Just click the tab on the right of the screen. A little window will pop up and once you hit record, you can leave me a 90 second message that I can include on a future episode of the creative impostor. Include your name, business and website if you have one or you can just say you’d like it to be an anonymous story.
And if voicemail isn’t really your thing, you can also email me by clicking the contact page.
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