"Impostor syndrome." How does it show up for you - self-doubt, hesitation, procrastination, perfectionism, comparison, competition? Or a little gremlin in your head that says, "Who do you think you are? You can't do THAT!" You have something to share with the world -- maybe it’s just the spark of a creative idea or an entire world of inspired vision! Andrea Klunder and guests show you how to be BOLD and take action, to put your creative work into the world, to have your voice be heard despite all obstacles, fears and doubts. http://www.thecreativeimpostor.com
Wake up from your deep sleep with Lisa Lackey, Insideout Conversations
Lisa Lackey, M.A., LCPC, CSAT, CMAT, lays out her fundamental approach to some of life’s most vexing challenges: depression and the generational traumas that often compound it. Racism, too, and the cultural norms embedded within our public and private approaches to mental well-being.
Pair up with a PowerSister with Pam Covarrubias, Cafe con Pam
Productivity and self-care may sound like contrary pursuits. Still, if anyone can combine these classic opposites into an uncommon but cohesive practice, it’s podcaster, conscious productivity coach, and recovering procrastinator Pam Covarrubias.
Tell inspiring stories over delicious food with Kate Sullivan, To Dine For
Good conversation over a delicious meal with friends is the stuff of my pandemic daydreams. Emmy Award-winning journalist Kate Sullivan has found a distinctive way to tell inspiring stories over food - and package the combo for streaming.
To Dine For is her celebration of ingenuity, hard work, and achievement told over food, now available via PBS and Amazon Prime. There’s also a companion podcast.
Remember why you started with Cassandre Dunbar, Be Well, Sis
Episode 123. "I feel that self-care, sometimes, it’s not just about you; it could be, like, community self-care.” ~Cassandre Dunbar
What is self-care now? In the wake of last summer’s peaceful protests against racial inequity? Alongside a presidential transition marred by threats of further violence?
How can we support the collective while caring for ourselves - and vice versa?
Challenging questions about wellness have led me to people who are redefining the standard answers, like Cassandre Dunbar. As host of the podcast, Be Well, Sis, she embodies the idea of self-care as a civic duty, speaking directly to women of color, a group long under-considered by mainstream wellness content creators.
Even with her medical degree and a background in teaching, Cassandre had difficulty locating wellness information, especially discussions centered on mental health within the Black community. So, she did what anyone with a full-time job and a family would do when inspiration struck: she let it percolate in the back of her mind for five years.
Then the pandemic hit and all her fears about starting a podcast morphed into fuel for her fire. “I just embraced being an amateur.”
Podcasting inadvertently became a three-pronged approach to wellness. Crafting each episode made her feel good, which, in turn, made her family happier. Producing the show connected her community and expanded their access to vital information.
“I want women to have a safe space to exchange ideas and information, to get encouragement...I want people to feel empowered in their health and in their wellness.”
Full show notes, resources, opportunities, other podcasts & books mentioned... You can find them here: http://www.thecreativeimpostor.com/123
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Manifest systemic change, starting with yourself with Rebecca Lefebvre
After a year that’s spanned 42-odd months, the first episode of 2021 is a conversation steeped in practical magic, the kind that can recenter individuals and rehabilitate entire social structures.
That’s a tall order, I know. Luckily, Rebecca Lefebvre is an expert with a gift for interpreting ancient tools and applying them to 21st-century challenges. Rebecca’s creative artistry and professional expertise are the perfect antidotes to the year that was. I’ve got my deck ready...
Love and Healing in India with Andrea Klunder
What's the most adventurous or uncomfortable thing you've tried in support of your wellbeing?
I've tried a lot of things and they have often put me in uncomfortable positions, but the word 'adventurous' felt different. It immediately brought to mind a risk, more accurately, a series of risks that I took for my 34th birthday in 2012.
Amidst a failing business, looming, bankruptcy, and a low point in my self-esteem... It started in Joshua Tree, CA and led me to India.