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Star Johnson and Brian Oneschak

Star Johnson and Brian Oneschak

Indy audiences are learning about local resources that can help with life’s important issues from bi-monthly podcasts of the Live Excellence Talk Show. Show themes range from topics on the arts, self-help, relationships and spirituality to transformation, higher education opportunities, healthy lifestyles, financial freedom and wellness.

Co-hosts, Star Johnson and Brian Oneschak team up with show regulars Sco Nixon, the show’s entertainment correspondent, Stephanie Lloyd, Los Angeles Talent Agent and Mentor, Isis Johnson, Womanhood Empowerment Group (WEG) and Linda Sechrist, Natural Awakenings senior staff writer as well as special local and nationally recognized guests to offer wise words, inspiration and uplifting support for at-risk individuals in the Indy community.

For May show dates and times, visit Facebook.com/Live-Excellence-Talk-Show-LETS-982180578597468/.

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