Cracked wide open by her past trauma, grief and abuse host Zoe Marshall holds the space for others to share their fascinating stories and perspectives through these deep conversations.
On today's show we are going to talk to baby millionaires - people in their 30s that have stack loads of cash. They are rich, super duper rich. Today we speak to the owners/creators of Stax, a leisure brand run by Don and Matilda. They are married and the dynamic is fascinating. We find out what it is like to make a ton of money - how you live, what changes, relationships, everything.
What would you do if you were pregnant, had a 2 year old son and found out the love of your life was leaving you for someone they met at the gym?
How would you deal with the betrayal? Would it make you crazy?
Would you do things you regret? Would you take them back?
This is a wild story of infidelity, forgiveness and redemption.
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I just wanted to let you know that your podcast has changed my life, I am so fascinated by every story shared and love they way they make me think about the way I live and what is happening in the world. Your podcast makes a difference!
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Thought provoking, raw and emotional -
Incredible stories told by real people. This podcast allows everyday people to share their life experiences in a respectful and gentle way. Truly highlights how strong a person can be in the face of life changing events/situations.
Your stories/interviews are real and raw. Every single story has been a huge eye opener, thank you for sharing these stories and as heart breaking as some of them are, they were amazing. Thank you; you have a new listener. I’m obsessed
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Thank you for bringing us this content! We can all learn from each others experiences, and we could all learn a little from your openness and ability to speak with curiosity and without judgement.
The depth of the content spoken about is so raw and honest. I am all about hearing someone’s life experience, whatever the topic may be. The range of topics spoken about on The Deep are on a continuous spectrum and are not sugar coated, they are real.
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Zoe has an incredible grace in her ability to hold space for people to spill their tenderness and humanness into the microphone. She asks the questions that as a listener you are almost crossing your fingers and begging her to ask. Every episode I get completely lost in.
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The Deep podcast is going deeper. We’re heading into uncharted waters and asking you to come with. It won’t always be smooth sailing but it will definitely be interesting.
Let’s get sexy. Weird. Get a little wild. curious. Get a bit uncomfortable. Let’s get educated. Get lost. Get perspective.