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Talk Truth with Mario Evon

Talk Truth with Mario Evon

Author: Mario Evon

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Medical Doctor, TV Host and Reggae-Soul Singer/Songwriter, Mario Evon, takes you on a uniquely Jamaican journey through a non-conservative, honest space created to allow his truth, and the truth of others to set them free to grow, laugh, learn and prosper.

From relationships, inspiration, sex and sexuality, to the ins and outs of entrepreneurship; In this space, we speak candidly about almost anything, with the intention to inspire, educate and entertain (‘Inspir-Edu-Tainment’), and create a fair and balanced space where your truth shall become your power. This is TALK TRUTH.
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Ask ME (020)

2019-09-2200:57:57

On the final episode of Season 1 of ‘Talk Truth with Mario Evon’, I decided to take questions from the supporters, to talk about anything they wanted to know about. Note the option of anonymous submissions was allowed just to allow people to be as open as possible and taaaaalk truuuuuuth.
In this episode, I speak about the script that we write for ourselves and present to the world, and whether the characters that we project represent out true and authentic selves. Do you have a script? What is it communicating about you?
In this episode, I speak to actor/writer/director, Desmond Dennis (@desmondedennis), one of Jamaica’s most talented actors, as we traverse his journey to theatre and his current life as a creative in Jamaica.
In this episode, I trackback to a blog post I wrote on '10 Signs You May Be In A Frelationship' and I expound a bit further on this fun but interesting topic.
In this episode, I ask you what have you done to ensure that you are remaining healthy and continue to remain healthy, but I do this by using my personal journey through a few health issues that I never saw coming, but have chosen to face head-on.
In this episode, I bring my father, Dr. Wendel Guthrie, back to the table, as I speak with him about his experience in Jamaica then versus now. Living in pre-independence Jamaica as a country boy from Westmoreland, to living in a more modernized Jamaica as a professional living and working in Kingston.
In this episode, my friend, Shari-Lee Crooks and I speak about The 90-Day Rule and whether we think it works, doesn’t work, or is even worth it.
Being a first-time mother is no easy feat. Filmmaker/Director/Producer/Storyteller, Stacy-Ann Sutherland gives us a candid take on her journey to motherhood and her life now.
In this episode, I take you on a journey through the many comparisons I’ve punished myself with over the years, and how I have overcome many and continue to battle others. I explore the big bad ego and individuation as a means to self-actualization.
Associate Clinical Psychologist, Marlon Simpson and I, have a conversation about loneliness versus being alone. Marlon holds a diploma in Ministerial Studies and another in Psychology, a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in Theology and a Master’s of Science Degree in Clinical Psychology. After 11 years as a Minister of Religion, with responsibilities of care, guidance and pastoral oversight of a total of 15 congregations over this time, he decided to become a Clinical Psychologist. In this space, he has the ability to further delve into his intrigue with the human mind and exercise his desire to assist others in this vast area.
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Kiwayne Jacobs

Really enjoyed this too, but also always big up yourself cause sometimes you'll have to convince people of your worth.

Aug 25th
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Kiwayne Jacobs

Really appreciated this conversation. A bit tame for me, but it's moving forward a conversation that is necessary.

Aug 25th
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AJ

Loved Dr. Wendal Guthrie and as I am here doing my kegals right now...lol

Jun 2nd
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Stephanie Hava Wallace

Really enjoyed this Mario. Very informative

May 27th
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