A PODCAST FOR CREATIVE ENTREPRENEURS

THE DEEP DIVE is not your normal podcast because, well, there are no rules. The aim of the show is to give an authentic look into the minds of the thought leaders and game changers of today by allowing the audience to be a “fly on the wall” for an hour-long conversation. It is my hope that this level of authenticity will allow people to see that being successful isn’t about WHAT you think, but HOW you think.

This week my guest is Mia Lux, an entrepreneur, comedian, and Co-Founder of Lavette Social Club, which describes itself as a vetted, virtual, social club for self aware singles. As we Dive Deep into the topic of dating in today’s modern age of apps and technology, we also find ourselves discussing a lot about our own stories of love and how they have (or haven’t) found success on today's virtual platforms. 

My guest this week is no stranger to money and the ability it has to make an impact. Jack Delosa is the founder of Australia’s largest training institution for entrepreneurs, The Entourage, which has a community of over 500,000 and continues to grow. Behind anything man made there is an entrepreneur and the resources needed to see that idea come to life, and Jack believes that because of this, entrepreneurs are one of the most important vehicles for change that we have today. 

This week, who better to have the conversation about violence with than former member of the US Special Forces, turned personal development coach and founder of The Art Of Masculinity and The Wildman Experience, Johnny Elassaser. His perspective based from experience of what violence really looks like, what it really takes, and the power it gives as well as the effect that it has, offers a deep insight into the topic. 
For this weeks episode I talk with author, poet, creativity teacher, and meme-artist James Mcrae (other wise known as @wordsarevibrations on Instagram), who as someone who expresses his art through the written word as well as teaches it, has some amazing perspectives about the power that still lies in the “pen” in our world today. 

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