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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.
 
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What is the source of abundance? You won’t find me disagreeing with the concept that money is energy. I do believe that it is something that can be attracted to us, or pushed away from us consciously or unconsciously. In the spiritual world it can be a confronting and sometimes controversial topic, as we continue to navigate the adage that money is…
 
In this episode I talk to guitarist Ben Christo from the band “Sisters Of Mercy” about their tour coming up in New Zealand and Australia later in 2022. Ben shares some great stories about how he first got the gig, his other bands, plus a great story about Tony Iommi. Ben's website If you are enjoying the podcasts and would like to donate to the sho…
 
The theme for this week is fixers. "Michael Clayton" (2007), stars George Clooney as a bag man for a huge law firm that is representing a Monsanto-like company. The lead attorney on the case has a mental breakdown and Clooney has to clean it up. Matt and Adam wanted more Clooney fixing. Brad Pitt is a different kind of fixer in "Killing Them Softly…
 
In this episode I talk to guitarist/vocalist Jacob Deraps from the band “Deraps” about their new album that is coming out on Friday 17th June. Jacob breaks down some of the songs and talks about some of his influences plus lots more. Deraps website If you are enjoying the podcasts and would like to donate to the show where you will receive a thank …
 
Does the spiritual community have a narcissism problem? We are all in search of answers. Answers to the higher purpose for our life, to the truth about God or consciousness, and much more. The problem with humans is it seems that the closer we get to what we consider to be the answer, the more entitled and invested we become to the “knowledge” itse…
 
In this episode I talk to guitarist Simon McBride about his new album “The Fighter”, touring with Deep Purple, his influences plus lots more. Simon McBride Website If you are enjoying the podcasts and would like to donate to the show where you will receive a thank you on the podcast please click the donate now button. Every little donation helps wi…
 
"I love this stupid movie" is this week's theme. "Rhubarb" (1951) is the story about a cat who inherits a major league baseball team. Definitely a little stupid, but also very funny. Rhubarb is played by Orangey, a cat that with 30 acting credits to his name and the only animal to be named winner of the prestigious Patsy Awards (animal Oscar) twice…
 
Nehemiah’s extensive reforms in Jerusalem came completely undone during his absence. What hope do we have for lasting change in our lives? We end the series of Nehemiah by looking at how Christ is our only hope and comfort in life and death. Pastor Tan Sern Khoon preaches.저자 Various Speakers (ARPC)
 
How would a near-death experience change your life? It doesn’t happen to everyone, but for some of us; life can completely change in an instant. We’ve all heard stories of people who have had near death experiences, a sudden accident or illness, something that can change the perspective of what’s really important in life. We hear these stories of t…
 
In this episode I talk to vocalist/guitarist John Corabi about his tour coming up in Australia. We discuss what people can expect from the show, his KISS connections, his new book “Horseshoes and Hand Grenades”, the Pam and Tommy series plus lots more. John Corabi website Youtube interview If you are enjoying the podcasts and would like to donate t…
 
What does it take to really grow? A few weeks ago I led a retreat with my good friend Gerard Adams in the jungles of Peru where we Dove about as Deep as one can go, in my opinion, and sat with Ayahuasca. Though I have sat with the medicine many times in my life, this experience itself was a first for me in that we were actually guided through the p…
 
On the lam is the theme for this week. Sam Peckinpah's "The Getaway" (1972) is based on the pulp novel written by Jim Thompson and stars Steve McQueen. With all that going for it, you'd think it would be a really good film, but it's just not. It's not bad but could have been better with a recast of the two leads. "Midnight Special" (2016) is the op…
 
Is it even possible to find love on a dating app? Love them or hate them, but dating apps seem like they’re here to stay. The “swipe culture” of modern dating has changed a lot about the way that we interact in today's dating scene and in a lot of ways is a mirror for our society today. But do they work? And are the incentives to swipe right or lef…
 
In this episode I talk to guitarist Scott Ian from the band Anthrax and Motor Sister. We chat about the new Motor Sister album “Get Off”. Scott breaks down some of the songs and gives us an insight to the album, a great story about Eddie Van Halen, his son’s band plus a lot more. Check out the album here Links to his son's band "Honeybee" here If y…
 
"Messed up mentors" is this week's theme. "Wonder Boys" (2000) has its issues but was an undeserving box office flop. A lot going on but could actually have been longer if a couple characters had been fleshed out. We agree with one RT critic:"there's a lot to like in this fine mess of a film". Sean Connery plays a J.D. Salinger type in "Finding For…
 
What is money actually worth? Most of us are familiar with the term “money makes the world go round”, and it’s pretty hard to argue with it. We tend to lean towards the adage that “love is all you need” which can seem contrary to the belief that money is something we need. AND, some amazing things have come from the resource and the energy that mon…
 
Is violence ever the answer? It may seem that we are surrounded by violence in this world. Shootings, war, terrorism, violence in movies and games, tv shows and songs; it’s impossible to deny that there is violence in this world. It’s a complicated topic, because violence itself is sometimes reactionary; meaning that there are two sides to it. The …
 
Even though the book of Nehemiah was written more than 2,000 years ago, the lessons about God and His people continue to remain relevant and important to us today. Come and hear what it means to labor and fight for God and His people. Pastor Kenneth Goh preaches from Nehemiah 4:15-23 .저자 Various Speakers (ARPC)
 
Hashish will put you in foreign prisons is the theme this week. "Midnight Express" (1978) is the story of an American college student attempting to smuggle 2 kilos of hash. He's caught and thrown into a horrible prison. Loosely based on a true story, it was great and star Brad Davis stole the show. "Return to Paradise" (1998) is based in Malaysia, …
 
Can art make a difference? What a statement; “the pen is mightier than the sword”. Its meaning is somewhat straightforward, that the power of communication and human interaction is more influential than any weapon and more powerful than physical force. But, is this still true today? For this weeks episode I talk with author, poet, creativity teache…
 
Cat and mouse films this week. William Friedkin's "The French Connection" (1971) is based on the true exploits of NYPD Detective Popeye Doyle, a street level narcotic agent who engages in a battle of wits with a French heroin smuggler. Popeye is Matt's favorite Gene Hackman character of his film career. From South Korea. "The Chaser" (2008) is abou…
 
In this episode I talk to Paul Martin from the band “Devilskin” about their Australian tour that starts on April 29th 2022. Paul lets us know what to expect from the tour and what is coming up after the tour. Hear more about the Red album here: Episode #100 with Paul Martin from March 2020 Tickets for the Australian Tour. YouTube Links: "Sweet Rele…
 
In this episode I talk to Martin Sweet and Peter London from the band “Crashdiet” about their new album “Automaton”. We discuss the recording process, writing songs, influences plus lots more. Crashdiet Website "Together Whatever" video Interview on Youtube If you are enjoying the podcasts and would like to donate to the show where you will receive…
 
What role do artists play in society today? For thousands of years art has been arguably one of the most important parts of our culture as human beings. Art breaks language barriers, and connects us and our history in a way that nothing else can. We have used art to communicate our history and the truth of our human experience, and in many ways the…
 
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