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.
Season Finale: Keeping it very real, Season Review & 'Ask M.E.' (060)
In this episode (060) of Talk Truth, I keep it very real and talk truth about many of the things currently on my mind from relationships to career and mental health. I highlight previous episodes from the season and answer the anonymous questions in the ‘Ask M.E.’ segment. I truly appreciate you all for riding with me for 60 episodes and 3 seasons. Until next season, stay safe and blessed love.
Identity & Cultural Duality feat. Tonille Watkis (059)
In this episode (059) of Talk Truth, I speak to actress, drama teacher and the reigning Miss Planet Jamaica, Tonille Watkis, about identity and cultural duality. Tonille it born to parents who hail from Clarendon, though she was born in the USA. What does it mean to be Jamaican when you weren’t born in Jamaica? We speak about this and a lot more.
The Mind-Star Connection feat. Alina Apostol (058)
In this episode (058) of Talk Truth, I speak to Psychotherapist/Psychological Astrologer, Alina Apostol, about what I call the Mind-Star Connection and how astrology and the natal chart provides vital information about who we are and how we navigate life. We even take apart pieces of my natal chart, giving me some clarity on some of my personal traits.
A Spirit of Kindness feat. Jason Evans (057)
In this episode (057) of Talk Truth, I speak to the Founder and Chairman of the ‘Friends of a Child Help Foundation’, Jason Evans, about how he developed and nurtured a spirit of kindness and passion for giving back to at-risk youth. Jason speaks about his humble beginnings, and how that, and many of his other life experiences influenced his desire to help others.
Breakups & Unrequited Love (056)
In this episode (056) of Talk Truth, I speak about breakups and unrequited love, places many of us have been at some point in our lives. Take a listen.
My Journey with Endometriosis feat. Shauna Fuller Clarke (055)
In this episode (055) of Talk Truth, I speak to Business Coach, Innovation Strategist, Endo-Warrior and friend, Shauna Fuller Clarke, about her journey with Endometriosis, a condition that affects 1 in 10 females, and that could have taken her life. We are happy to have her share her truth this month of March, Endometriosis month, and know you will appreciate so much from this story of unexpected revelations and true resilience.
I first heard about Mario’s podcast when he was a guest on Tami chin’s. I listen to an episode while sitting at my desk at work and Bwoy each session resonates with me.. I stop to think each time, but no my life this??? I love the honesty of each guest! This is perfect as I have been through the phase of discovering myself and being more self aware. This also is the motivation I need to talk about my life experiences. Well done!
Your TRUTH is beautiful
I think a crucial key to any interview is being able to break down barriers, to protect any insecurities that comes with being vulnerable, and also to reassure that their TRUTH is beautiful and deserves a voice. Mario you master this everytime. It's one thing to be able to ask great questions but to get your guest to feel safe and comfortable to speak from the heart is top level and without this you will lose the listener. So thank you for the space where we can come and connect to every one of your guests and maybe see a little of ourselves in each person through their experience. Hats off to you Mario.
Candid, soulful discussions on life
One of the things I love about Talk Truth is that Mario has deep discussions and insights that rarely happen in person even with the closest of friends in Jamaica. I love listening to everyone’s stories and understanding different perspectives. Also love stories from Jamaican women! Always refreshing!