The Creative Impostor: Mindfulness, Creativity, Imposter Syndrome, Community & a more holistic approach to Entrepreneurship
About This Show
“Imposter 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! This show is all about 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. Hosted by Andrea Klunder.
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059: Keep your day job AND your dream, Dylan Rice, singer, songwriter, guitarist, arts administrator
2 days ago
"The challenge is how do you not give yourself away? How do you keep your own soul and integrity intact? You need to have these reserves of your own worth." ~Dylan Rice, Episode 059
Crowdsource your perks...
In this episode, I reconnect with singer, songwriter, guitarist, arts administrator and my former roommate from my early 20s, Dylan Rice. Dylan is an artist who has both left his day job to make music and record an album AND has kept his day job to make music and is now recording his THIRD self-funded studio album. And he's doing this really cool thing where he reached out to his creative community to crowdsource the perks for his current crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo.
And this episode has music! All tracks from Dylan's 2nd album Electric Grids & Concrete Towers, used with permission from Dylan Rice.Check out the campaign here and consider supporting his dream, while getting some new music AND fun perks, including an artsy Meditation for Creative Minds gift from me.
Connect with Dylan:iTunesSpotifySoftware Giant (collaboration) on BandcampLinkedInIndiegogo crowdfunding campaign
Connect with Andrea:WebsiteFacebookInstagramPodcast Envy: Podcast Launch, Craft & Coaching ServicesChicago Women's Creative Collective
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