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"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 despit ...
 
This is Power Your Story, a podcast produced by students at Ray Graham Training Center High School in Chicago. We represent diverse voices, telling our real life stories through the power of podcasting technology. Each season is produced by a new group of students under the mentorship of digital media producer, Andrea Klunder, creating personal journals, interviews, and educational pieces about the topics that matter most: bullying, social change, aft, music, food and dreams for the future. ...
 
Join professional musician Emily Merrell for conversations with artists of all kinds. We'll peel back the layers of mystery surrounding our talents and skills, our hustles, our impostor syndromes, our muses, our beliefs about the origins of creativity, and about what it means to be "successful" in our professions. Mediums include: studio art, graphic design, dance, cooking, illustration, creative writing, storytelling, comedy, music composition, music performance, film making, acting, produc ...
 
Seems like everyone’s starting their own podcast these days. So how do YOU stand out in a sea of podcasts? Hint: It’s NOT about the microphone. There is NO one-size-fits-all tutorial that is sufficient. So let me help. I want to help you develop and communicate YOUR STORY — the passion behind the podcast, the thing that makes your show unique and valuable to your listeners, and the secret ingredients that will help you feel successful and make your show the envy of everyone else.
 
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Monica Rivera is an inspiring podcaster based in New York who produces a show called You Wanna Do What?! On season 5 of Power Your Story, we are talking all about making podcasts. In this episode, Brandon, Justus and Joel talk with Monica about what it's like to independently produce an interview-based podcast. She shares some of her favorite stori…
 
Episode 081. “This podcast, in a way, has become my self-care. I didn’t even realize that I would be, but it absolutely has been the thing that makes me happiest... just for me. “ ~Cassandre Dunbar Here’s a podcast truth that may feel a bit uncomfortable: the personal has never been more political. Allow my paraphrasing of the popular concept to se…
 
Lindsay Hansen Park is an American Mormon feminist blogger, activist, podcaster, and the Executive Director for the Salt Lake City-based non-profit Sunstone Education Foundation. She is the host of the acclaimed Year of Polygamy podcast and the Sunstone Mormon History podcast.https://www.yearofpolygamy.com/https://sunstonemagazine.com/sunstone-hist…
 
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 f…
 
Episode 122. "It's not enough to just sit there and come to an awareness about it; you literally have to do something about it.” ~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…
 
Dan has been playing drums and making music for 20 years. He grew up playing and studying funk, jazz, hip hop and classic rock – and has played in bands of countless genres ranging from ska to country to metal.He is also highly influenced by music in TV and film, and has scored a handful of independent films/shows. Dan currently teaches drum studen…
 
Episode 121. "He told me to stay, that love was more important than visiting temples.” ~Andrea Klunder It came to my attention recently that I did a whole series on travel stories and had not recorded my own travel story to share with you. And while I have been recording these conversations for you with amazing guests about travel AND now self-care…
 
Episode 080. “The whole reason I love the solo episodes is because they're an opportunity to speak directly to your listener.“ ~Andrea Klunder On this episode, I'm answering a question which comes to us from a conversation that I was having with Kim Wensel from Pattern of Purpose Podcast. What do you think about solo episodes? Do I really have to d…
 
Episode 079. “I think that it really takes a lot of courage to be able to say, you know what? It doesn’t have to look like this; I don’t have to do it this way.“ ~Kelly Covert For many, ‘tis the season to feel less than despite all you’ve accomplished. The twelfth month generally triggers an inevitable flurry of to-do list exercises, goal-setting a…
 
Episode 120. "Perfection is not required.” ~Kelly Covert If your inbox is anything like mine (I feel for you), there’s no end to the number of resolution-writing guides you’ve received; everything one needs to generate! improve! accomplish! To say nothing of the bad habits you’re sure to (finally) crush. As aggressive well-meaning as they are, thos…
 
Episode 078. “I wanted to have a platform where there could be messy conversations." ~Lisa Lackey, Insideout Conversations Question: What to do when your podcast is technically and thematically sound but… your engagement numbers could use some improvement? your show’s promotional voice doesn’t reflect your evolution as a podcaster? your strategy fo…
 
Episode 119. "It’s sort of like using frequency as a pharmacy.” ~Shannon Harris ***All music in this episode (other than our theme music) is used with permission from Shannon Harris, and is composed, produced, and copyrighted by Shannon.*** It’s not a stretch to say that travel is a form of self-care. As this series transitions from unusual travel …
 
Have you ever lost your cell phone, had to have surgery, or wanted to learn how to play a new game? On season 5 of Power Your Story, we are talking all about making podcasts. In this episode, Joel, Brandon, and Carlos share personal stories from their own lives. This is an example of one type of podcast you can make - "personal narrative." *** http…
 
Episode 077. “This is a pet peeve of mine, when hosts tell you in the intro all the things that you are about to hear in the interview, so that when you do hear it in the interview, it’s no longer fresh because you already told me about it in the intro." ~Andrea Klunder, Your Podcast Boss Last week, I was driving down the road on a sunny day in my …
 
Episode 076. “So, for people who are at podcast envy, stop envying and start doing." ~Debbie Arcangeles The odds of duplicating Debbie Arcangeles’ podcasting success appear to be on par with capturing a real, live rainbow unicorn. Her show, The Offbeat Life, started raking in dollars well before its first anniversary - to the tune of five figures a…
 
Episode 118. "I think we often overlook what's in our backyards. Like, it's ridiculous how many places that you can see if even if you just drive a few hours out and really appreciate what you have." ~Debbie Arcangeles Conversation with Debbie Arcangeles is a lot like spinning the giant prize wheel at a carnival: every topic is a winner. And since …
 
Acclaimed Sculptor and Painter presently residing in Saratoga Springs, Utah. Born in California, Bradshaw moved to Utah at age nineteen to attend BYU, where she completed a BFA and MFA in Art. Bradshaw teaches art at Utah Valley University. She is a mother of four children. From her domestic experience as mother and nurturer she finds artistic insp…
 
Episode 075. “You may be thinking… okay Andrea, that’s ridiculous! If you are deaf you obviously don’t listen to podcasts — just like if you are blind you obviously don’t watch videos… except that’s not true, or at least that’s a very limited way to consider the question. And you are missing a whole segment of the population!" ~Andrea Klunder I jus…
 
Originally from San Diego, Jessica Baynes holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Modern Dance from the University of Utah. Jessica has presented dance research at TEDxSaltLakeCity, United Nations Civil Society, and National Dance Education Organization. She has taught on faculty at the University of Utah School of Dance and the Ballet West Academy.She ha…
 
Episode 117. "I think it's always kind of a struggle of not feeling like I'm fully fulfilling my purpose. As much as I love my business and I love the freedom, especially, that it gives me - I mean, what entrepreneur doesn't love that? - but I still feel that lack of purpose." ~Rebekah Read Listen to The Creative Impostor’s current series, and you’…
 
Stephanie Mabey is an independent singer/songwriter based in UT. She has had music featured on HBO, MTV and by Blizzard Entertainment. Her songs have organically reached millions of views and streams, but she gets the most excited when she sees creators reimagining the songs in their own DIY projects. Stephanie’s mission in making music is to help …
 
Born at the base of the beautiful Wasatch Mountains, Brian began exploring and sketching the world—as most children do—at a very early age. He continued to pursue not only his artistic path through traditional schooling, higher education, and endless hours of practice, but also his love of storytelling. Utilizing his natural illustrative and creati…
 
Episode 116. "I really want other people to go out and live the most adventurous life that you can, and to fill your life with stories, because it's so easy to live the same exact year over and over and over again.” ~Adrien Behn It's The Creative Impostor's 5th birthday!!! Help us celebrate by... 1) Leaving a review for the show - tell us what you …
 
Episode 074. “I make this show because if you just boiled me down into a soup, I'm a storyteller." ~Adrien Behn Behind every podcast with a lush soundscape is a creator who’s spent hours extracting just the right notes from her recording of an ambient flute. Adrien Behn is that podcaster. As the voice and vision behind Strangers Abroad, she takes a…
 
Episode 115. "It can be done. You can bring the travel adventure home.” ~Lisette Austin Traveling is a state of mind - especially during a pandemic. And free access is awarded to those who think outside the box. Lisette Austin takes that axiom and spins it into COVID comfort for those suffering from acute wanderlust. Before she gifts us with her st…
 
J. Amber Egbert is a studio artist as well as an adjunct faculty member Brigham Young University. She received her BS from Utah State University (1998) and her MFA from Brigham Young University (2016). She is an artist that works primarily in clay. Her work often combines hand built, slip cast and wheel thrown components. When creating her work she…
 
Episode 073. “Don't give up, get creative. I'm staying sane. And if I can -- total shiny object syndrome -- then you can too. And yeah, don't be afraid to try new things, new podcasts." ~Lisette Austin So, what does a change of scenery look like to an award-winning travel-hacking podcaster? In a time of social upheaval? During a global pandemic? Fo…
 
Dr. Kristen R. Bromley is a gifted and sought-after instructor, as well as a loved performer and composer. In addition to teaching guitar and jazz studies courses, and ensembles, at Brigham Young University, and directing the BYU Jazz Legacy Band, Dr. Bromley works as a professional arranging/composing, performing, and recording musician; and she i…
 
Episode 114. "I think we should all strive to be a global citizen and to get past, you know, our immediate doorstep.” ~Sarah Mikutel Sarah Mikutel is back! This time, for her Creative Imposter close-up. If you haven’t yet tuned in to our conversation over on Podcast Envy...queue up that episode immediately. On it, you’ll hear Sarah share her evolut…
 
Episode 072. “You're podcasting to make a difference and to have meaning in people's lives." ~Sarah Mikutel When you have two podcasts, you get to orchestrate your own crossover of sorts. And I’m in good company! My guest for this show (and an upcoming episode of The Creative Impostor) is fellow multi-podcaster Sarah Mikutel, the creator of Postcar…
 
Rachel Hedman competed in storytelling as a sophomore high schooler in 1994. Everything went wrong with her first telling, and she considered quitting. By senior year, she received 5th in State (Wisconsin) for Storytelling. Rachel launched the BYU Storytelling Club as a freshman; it earned the Service Award. She became the first recipient of the J.…
 
Episode 113. "I was incredibly romantic because all my ideas about working and becoming a professional and building my career, they were already a little bit torn apart by me quitting my first job.” ~Zselyke Kecskés This episode is a love story, an old-fashioned romance with a quirky meet-cute, all filtered through the lens of decidedly modern chal…
 
As a collaborative pianist, I’m stoked by opportunities to experiment, adapt, and communicate with all kinds of people, connecting musicians, performers, and audiences as they experience music together.My musical training required countless hours spent studying scales and scores in isolated rooms where my only companions were pianos and metronomes.…
 
Episode 071. “I've been really trying to work with people to shift that perspective that downloads numbers in podcasting are really not everything." ~Andrea Klunder Want to eavesdrop on a conversation between a Podcast Boss and her client? Yeah, you do! Welcome to the inaugural episode of Podcast Envy Office Hours, the series that answers all of th…
 
I’m a Emmy® Award winning professional cinematographer with 20+ years in film and television. I’ve been the Director of Photography (DP) on four features and countless shorts over my career, earning over 100 awards. I have had a unique film education throughout my career, working as head of the camera department for the Sundance Filmmakers Program …
 
Jayinex is Chicago's creative hub for artists, entrepreneurs, and community. CEO and graffiti artist Corey Jenkins met up with our producers at homiey. (homiey's founder Mariah was featured on a previous PYS episode.) Corey talks with Quintin and Emon about art, education, imagination and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Learn more about Jayinex inclu…
 
What's it really like to grow up and live in Chicago? Our producers weigh in on what we love most about the city, what we wish was different, and some personal stories about every day life. This episode was recorded outside in the garden of our school. *** http://www.PowerYourStoryPodcast.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/poweryourstorypodcast …
 
There are certain subjects and questions you just can't talk about with your parents or even a teacher. That's where a school mentor comes in. Our school is fortunate enough to have a lot of resources for students, like Mr. Pierce, who can help us out of these awkward situations. *** http://www.PowerYourStoryPodcast.com Facebook: http://www.faceboo…
 
Sometimes life gets stressful. We heard about the idea of taking a sensory walk to help de-stress your day. So we decided to try it for ourselves. Basically, you walk around a specific place and notice anything you can see, hear, smell, feel or taste as you go. Senior producers Al and Aliyah ask our other student producers to share their observatio…
 
Episode 112. "Travel will humble you quickly.” ~Lisa James Mark this episode as your first dose of The Creative Impostor’s cure for cabin fever, a prescription for passport blues and Instagram envy in the time of COVID. Lisa James kicks off a series of conversations with travel storytellers. The woman behind Adventurous Midlifer is challenging the …
 
Juan and Emon interviewed small business owner Mariah Cobb from homiey, a community co-working, art and event space in the Humboldt Park neighborhood of Chicago. Homiey has expanded to a second location in Noble Square, Chicago and a location in Oakland, CA. They have made a lot of adjustments due to the current health concerns and are now offering…
 
Episode 070. “We all have a part to play in these conversations that are going to be happening over the next however many years… I think the hardest part is just figuring out what is my role to play in this discussion." ~Dion McGill Let’s talk about Black voices thriving in podcast spaces. Let’s talk about the politics of personal opinion and profe…
 
Episode 111. "In this phase of growth, it feels weird. It feels nebulous. It feels like this molting bird... Sometimes it takes as long as it takes, you know, it's not the enlightenment Olympics.” ~Tina Dietz This episode is for the birds. Or, rather, about birds. Or, more accurately, how much creative humans have in common with molting parrots. Ha…
 
Episode 069. “You MUST use an online scheduling software — it is a PAIN to try to book with someone back and forth over email or DMs and with so many robust, reliable, user friendly options (even free ones) there’s really no excuse." ~Andrea Klunder I’ve got a super bossy solo episode for you all about booking podcast guests. This nuts & bolts deep…
 
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