“The Jake Sasseville Show” is hosted by media and hospitality entrepreneur Jake Sasseville and features one-on-one conversations with famous and not-so-famous folks at the intersection of “culture and consciousness” (Huffington Post). He is the CEO and Founder of Imiloa Institute in Costa Rica. Debuting in September 2014 with 300+ episodes under its belt, “Jake” climbed to 250,000 downloads in its first month on the air. Known for having “quite a lot of chutzpah” (INC Magazine), Jake’s conversations are often focused on the profoundly human stories of guests and the show seeks to lift its guests up and celebrate them. Guests range from Grammy and Emmy winners NBA team owners, scientists, social psychologists, and spiritual thought leaders. “Jake” is no stranger to difficult subject matters on his show. Blavity.com wrote of a recent episode with Nelson Mandela’s grandson, “Jake, a white male, is having the most open conversations about race relations in America today.” New York Magazine says that something about Jake “is audacious and strikes a nerve.” Guests like Stormy Simon, one of the first and only female CEOs of a fortune 500 US online retailer, said of her conversations on the show that “Jake’s sincere, trustworthy, and it’s worth being affiliated.” At its core, the show believes in and stands for creating possibility through having authentic conversations. “The Jake Sasseville Show” drops new episodes every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday anywhere you listen to podcasts.

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NBC Investigative Reporter Lu Ann Cahn was hired by the peacock network in 1987. She had already been in television news for almost a decade. 

In this heartfelt interview with Jake, they discuss how they first met at NBC, why Lu Ann felt she had to start her life over by doing something new each day for 365 days (it's an activity that landed her a book deal, the book is called "I Dare Me") and how it reminded Lu Ann to be childlike and playful as an adult. 

She talks about what many of us face: she was on a hampster wheel at work and while her gig at NBC is sexy and paying the bills, it wasn't fulfilling. Adults rely on experience rather than discovery. Jake and Lu Ann talk about surrendering as a way to start over.

A touching exchange between a woman who was one of the pioneers of television journalism and a guy who was barely out of diapers when she first started.

For more information on this or other shows, visit www.JakeRadio.org or @jakesasseville on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.  

The Jake Sasseville Show is produced by Gregory Stutzer and Vivienne Kelly. Kodi Seaton also serves as producer. Special thanks to Mina Sabet. (c) 2014 JAKE INC All Rights Reserved

Direct download: Jake_Sass_Ep_15_Lou_Ahn_Khan.mp3
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