At more than 200 episodes and 5+MM downloads, Jake Sasseville’s long-running talk show is a catalyst to the heart and mind. It features inspirational interviews with masters, heart-searching conversations with presidents of fortune 500 companies and NBA teams and highlights the common thread of what makes us all profoundly human. Widely considered as one of the most influential interviewers of his generation (and the youngest TV host in late night TV history on ABC), Jake’s style is inquisitive, humorous and heartfelt. He’s open about weight issues, watching his brother die when he was 17, failing in dozens of business ventures during his 20s, his recovery in 12 step programs — and his most recent move to Maui, the launch of his Institute and his global real estate endeavors.

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Today on the show, my dad. 

After 160+ episodes, sometimes the greatest stories are the ones in your backyard. 

At 39, my dad was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease. I was 13, and my brother Alex was 10. It was an early on-set diagnosis for sure. (Michael J. Fox and Muhammad Ali also have Parkinson's Disease). He's had it for nearly 20 years and it's progressing. 

When my dad was 41, Alex was diagnosed with AML Leukemia, requiring frequent trips one and three hours away from home respectively. It took a toll on everyone.

At 43, Alex died with my mom and dad by his side. 

At 57, he finally tells some of his story. 

I traveled to Maine recently to interview my dad in his life living room. Thought it was time to get the story on tape. 

As my dad tells the story -- his story -- there is a sense of gratitude I hear from him for Parkinson's, for my brother, and for the strange unfolding of life. It's a lesson of living life on life's terms. 

Enjoy the show. Thanks Dad. 

The Jake Sasseville Show is produced by Profoundly Human LLC. (c) 2016 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Post produced by the Mottram Media Group, Perth, Aus. 

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