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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The guys wrap up the year talking about life lived and loves lost, awkward morning after conversations, mom’s and technology and what’s one thing Kodi, Viv, Jake, James and Topher learned in 2014 that they’re going to do differently in 2015.

Discussed: being at peace instead of filled with stress, forgiving others, enjoying the journey, practicing yoga, holding onto things beyond the point of it being healthy, saying YES to opportunities more and more… and more. 

The Jake Sasseville Show is produced by Gregory Stutzer and Vivienne Kelly. Also produced by Kodi Seaton. Thanks to everyone who made this show possible in 2014. Loving you all. (c) 2014 JAKE INC All Rights Reserved


Today on The Clique, Kodi, Topher, Jake, James and Vivienne digg into sexuality, masculinity and why Asian men aren't seen as inherently sexual or attractive (more of the "best friend next door type").  

The guys also dig into why it's awkward for beautiful people (Liam Hemsworth) to kiss other beautiful people (Jennifer Lawrence) #Lies. Kodi talks about why he feels attractive now, Vivienne talks about ethnic awkwardness in dating and the clique weigh in.

To top it off, cuddle parties and the emerging business models that are coming from them and Jadan and Willow Smith and their spiritually progressive views about life and time. 

The Jake Sasseville Show is produced today by Jake Sasseville, Topher Keene, Vivienne Kelly, Gregory Stutzer, Kodi Seaton, James McCrae. (c) 2014 JAKE INC All Rights Reserved


Jake, Kodi, James, Viv + Topher are part of the revolving panel on #TheJakeShow that discuss the philosophy of popculture for those slightly above average.
 
Today on The Clique, we discuss if "The Cosby Show," known for its family values and gee-whiz humor of its patriarch, ought to be taken off the air because of the recent Cosby rape allegations.
 
We also discuss the gray area of rape vs. consent, condemining professional sports athletes for how they discipline their children (Vikings' star Adrian Peterson has said he may serve Minnesota better if he leaves the team after his suspension).
 
We talk about the politics of spanking, gays who are afraid to come out (despite being on Grindr) and much more. 
 
This episode The Jake Sasseville Show is produced by Jake Sasseville, Topher Keene, Vivienne Kelly, James McCrae, Kodi Seaton & Gregory Stutzer (c) JAKE INC 2014 All Rights Reserved
Direct download: The_Clique.mp3
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