The Self Awareness Journey Podcast

The Self Awareness Journey Podcast

This little banter is about a ‘car ride’ long and features your hosts JJ Parker and Melissa Albers. JJ owns a tech company and Melissa has been a leadership coach working with Influencers for the last 18 years. Together they share their experiences with self awareness and discuss The Self Awareness Journey Map which Melissa has developed through her coaching experience.

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May 17, 2022 27 min
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April 26, 2022 24 min
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April 12, 2022 25 min
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April 5, 2022 28 min
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March 29, 2022 23 min
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March 8, 2022 20 min
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March 1, 2022 35 min
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February 1, 2022 29 min
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January 18, 2022 29 min
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January 11, 2022 25 min
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January 4, 2022 28 min
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