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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.


Jan 17, 2020

Episode 090. "Don't podcast for results. Podcast because you're making something you believe in and make it about that. Make it about the art of what you're doing. Make it about something you believe that you want to put into the world and don't worry about feedback." ~Lisa Orkin, creator of Project WooWoo

I’m calling it: my conversation with Lisa Orkin - voiceover actor, podcast host, writer, speaker (the list goes on and on) - is the best Creative Impostor episode of 2020 so far! 

I mean, it’s got everything! A Back to the Future kind of open in which Lisa and I experiment with mental time travel. Humorous name-dropping. Life advice you can put into practice woven throughout.

Tension! Drama! Comedy! (all the elements of selling a compelling story, by the way)

Oh, and Lisa tosses in an anecdote about auditioning for work only to have the producers lament that they’d prefer her father (famed voiceover actor Dick Orkin) for the role… if only he weren’t dead. Talk about an imposter syndrome pile-on! 

See. I told you: best episode of 2020 so far.

But beyond the comedy (did I mention that Lisa’s a veteran improv performer as well?), what stands out to me about this episode is its optimism. Lisa has faith in her ability not only to craft and tell her story (or, in her case, stories), she has faith that someone wants to listen.

And, after nurturing many projects simply for her own enjoyment, she truly does believe that, by doing something you love long enough, you’ll find your people and they’ll find you.

If that sentiment sounds too optimistic for you, then you need this show now more than ever. It is, after all, the best show of 2020 so far. 

P.S. If you've never listened to Project WooWoo, I recommend the episode with Madame Zoltair (it's my favorite!)

Get the full show notes including all things Lisa Orkin at

Join me at Podfest!

I have a FREE pass to give away!

March 6-8, 2020. Orlando, FL.

I’ll be there with lots and lots of very kind very fun very pod-loving’ people who not only welcoming but passionate and knowledgable about the BOTH the craft and culture of podcasting. 

Sunday morning, I’ll be offering an interactive session called Let Your Voice Shine! — practice fining more freedom and flexibility with your BEST piece of podcasting gear.

To enter the giveaway for the complimentary pass, please make a short audio recording (1-3 min-ish – you can even just make a voice memo on your phone) including:

  1. your name
  2. the name of your show if you have one (and if you haven’t launched yet, what you are thinking your show might be about)
  3. one surprising or delightful benefit, win or ROI you have experienced from podcasting (if you haven’t launched yet, one you are hoping for or betting on)
  4. one challenge, opportunity for growth or next big step you are facing with your podcasting journey

Email your recording to me: 

Subject line: Podfest Pass

Deadline: 1/20/2020 (midnight, your time zone)


You’re invited to celebrate 100 episodes of The Creative Impostor with me!

Here’s how…

  1. Go to
  2. Pick one of the episode titles listed there that resonates with you — it could be because you listened to that episode and it pinged something for you — or maybe you didn’t even listen to the episode, it’s just the phrase that holds some meaning.
  3. Write (200-300 words) or record audio (2-3min) -ish of a short story about how that phrase, idea, episode either influenced you or has shown up for you in your creative life or work.  You don’t need to do any editing. Even just a voice memo on your phone will be great.
  4. Email it to me by March 1, 2020.

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