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The me I was tomorrow

By JamiQuan Saenz

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Description

Conversations with “The Perfect Stranger” each colors within & outside the lines of conversation, webbing contradiction into a coherent journey that shifts the listner's experience from one of complacency to one of leading edge discovery. JamiQuan, a multi-dimensional,quick-witted conversationalist,embodies the spirit of the streets,clinical therapist, entrepreneur, mother, & Yogini. Having hit rock bottom herself & dug deeper; JamiQuan has allowed the wisdom of the unknown to blow new wind into her life & the lives of others. Warning: Self-Awareness is needed. You may be triggered.. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jamiquan/support

Customer Reviews

Interesting Listen

Lots of value and storytelling going on!!! 🙌🏾 - Diversified Game Podcast

Ricky “Millennial Movement” Nguyen

I would pay money for the value of this content!! Keep killing it, I can’t wait to see how big this show gets!

Positively Infectious

I love love loved listening to this episode. Your style and vocal tonality is perfect. Will share with my friends. I have two podcasts and I’m always looking for other podcasts to learn from and study. Not only is the content on point but I enjoyed how you put it together. I’m inspired and I’m taking notes 🥰

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