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Impostor syndrome.

You know, that little voice in your head that says, “Who do you think you are? You can’t do THAT! You'll never be as good as so-and-so. It's only a matter of time before everyone finds out you don't have a CLUE what you're doing.”

This is a show about that.

Producer, singer, mentor, storyteller, and urban meditation aficionado Andrea Klunder takes you inside the minds and hearts of artists, healers, creative entrepreneurs and anyone who's willing to take a risk, think outside the box, move beyond self-doubt to live their creative work, and live their best lives.


Learn more about Andrea and her podcast coaching, production, and editing services at The Creative Impostor Studios.


Aug 24, 2016

“We believe in magic and possibility… and pixie dust. A year and a half ago, I would have never said those things out loud. I was too ‘professional’ and now I say them every day.” ~Darcie Purcell

Be careful what you wish for because you WILL get it!

Culinary event planners Darcie Purcell and Susan Marzano are following their intuition and serving up an “amuse bouche” of nourishment for your soul.

In this episode, we talk about:

*How Darcie & Susan discovered their powers of manifestation doing urban vision quests in Susan’s Chicago apartment

*The spooky side of the law of attraction

*How to get in touch with what you really want and the origin of Soul Love Fest

*Why Soul Love Fest is different from other yoga or spiritual festivals — from martial arts real-life ninja Izzy Arkin to Self-Love for Real People (unicorns & rainbows not included) with Josh Becker to Peace & Play Yoga Nidra for Creative Clarity with Andrea Klunder (ME!)

*The dangers of “compare & despair” and how to get yourself out of that spiral

*Why authenticity is the remedy for “impostor syndrome”

*The magic of friendship, humor, retreats, self-care and Rocky

*How to make bold life decisions and take action by playing “dress-up” and choosing your destiny out of a hat

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“We were tired of food — it felt like work and we weren’t looking for that. We were looking for freedom.” ~Susan Marzano


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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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