Tue, 31 March 2015
Statement from Jake Regarding the Arrest of Mick The Producer.
The Jake Sasseville Show is co-executive produced by Gregory Stutzer and Vivienne Kelly. Associate producers Kodi Seaton, Brenton Gieser and Max Mogensen (c) 2015 All Rights Reserved.
Mon, 30 March 2015
Sarah Colonna on Chelsea Lately was always my favorite panelist. She seemed down to earth and relatable. Found out she was from Arkansas. Yup. Makes sense.
Her interview with me was no different. We geeked out on pop-culture, about my appearance on Chelsea Lately and how Ross Matthews (Tonight Show, E! News) introduced Sarah to her fiancé, NFL Seattle Seahawks champ, Jon Ryan.
Sarah is open about her thoughts about women in comedy, sex on the first date, love at first sight, dating an NFL player and the levels of stress she has with releasing her second book after the first one was a best-seller.
The Jake Sasseville Show is co-executive produced by Vivienne Kelly and Gregory Stutzer. Associate producers Kodi Seaton, Max Mogensen and Brenton Gieser. (c) 2015 Profoundly Human Media All Rights Reserved
Wed, 25 March 2015
I affectionately call Dr. Lou Marinoff my “Socratic Shrink.” He is the author of “Plato not Prosaic” and eight other books, including most recently "The Power of Tao: A Timeless Guide to Happiness and Harmony."
He's a real Canadian (Montrealier) live-wire. He's a world table hockey champ and has theories about eliminating ADHD and bulleying from schools by instituting table hockey tournaments (as has been done in Quebec).
Twenty years ago, Lou forecasted culturally induced illness and getting in trouble for it among his peers. Now, people call on him as an expert in the area.
“People have an innate desire to be themselves," Lou said. "People can’t sleep, eat or wakeup anymore without being medicated. Sometimes what’s wrong with you mentally is that you’re not spending enough time focused on what’s right with you."
The Jake Sasseville Show is co-executive produced by Gregory Stutzer and Vivienne Kelly. Produced by Michael Howard Nathanson. Associate producers Kodi Seaton, Max Mogensen and Brenton Gieser. (c) 2015 PROFOUNDLY HUMAN All rights Reserved
Mon, 23 March 2015
Announcing www.ProfoundlyHuman.com - a news + entertainment hub launched thanks to the raw human emotion of guests and spontaneity of THE JAKE SHOW.
PROFOUNDLY looks at the human impact of news in areas of culture, biz, spirituality, tech & relationships. Proud of the entire launch team including Max, Brenton, Mick, Vivienne, Gregory, Mtali, Jayme, Dieter, Summer, George, Topher, James and Mark.
Mick the Producer and I also talk about organizational structures and Dave Logan’s "Tribal Leadership" book and the five stages of tribal leadership, the process of creating Profoundly Human, the voices in our heads that inspire us and hold us back and more.
Proud, very proud. Inviting you all to check it out.
The Jake Sasseville Show is co-executive produced by Vivienne Kelly and Gregory Stutzer. Produced by Michael Howard Nathanson. Associate producers Kodi Seaton, Brenton Gieser, Max Mogensen. (c) 2015 PROFOUNDLY HUMAN All Rights Reserved.
Wed, 18 March 2015
Non-Launch of ProfoundlyHuman.com. PROFOUNDLY, a news site we're starting alongside The Jake Show, was supposed to launch... twice... this week. We didn't.
In this episode of THE JAKE SHOW, I tell a few stories about Patience, an online dating experience and meeting someone after two years of "talking." Patience is what has brought me to detachment in the startup process, but also in life.
Truth is I make clearer decisions when I'm patient. I treat others better when I'm patient. I'm easier on myself when I'm patient. We've got this one life. It's worth learning to be patient.
Have a listen, and enjoy - Jake
The Jake Sasseville Show is co-executive produced by Gregory Stutzer and Vivienne Kelly. Produced by Michael Howard Nathanson. Associate producers Max Mogensen, Kodi Seaton, Brenton Gieser. (c) 2015 PROFOUNDLY HUMAN LLC All Rights Reserved
Mon, 16 March 2015
Kerwin Rae x Addiction x High Performing Entrepreneur x Working with Jordan Belfort (Wolf of Wall Street) x Fantastic & Personal Conversation
"Australia's Tony Robbins," as I affectionately refer to Kerwin Rae, our guest today, is from Sydney and his organization has helped thousands of entrepreneurs generate hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue over the past twenty years.
Kerwin and I had a great chat on the show. His super model girlfriends, sports cars and millions of dollars all led to momentary happiness in his 20s. He's lost it all a couple of times, and each time, comes back with a stronger sense of detachment than before.
He talks about having a stroke in his early 30s, traveling to Peru for clarity only to find out his problems continued to follow him and how he sees life even clearer these days.
"Addiction was one of the most important parts of my journey early on because it taught me the power of resourcefullness," Kerwin told me.
A must listen for wantrepreneurs, entrepreneurs, innovators, creators or spiritual folks at any level. A real treat. Thanks Kerwin, and enjoy. Jake
The Jake Sasseville Show is co-executive produced by Vivienne Kelly and Gregory Stutzer. Produced by Michael Howard Nathanson. Associate producers Kodi Seaton and Brenton Gieser. (c) 2015 PROFOUNDLY HUMAN All Rights Reserved.
Wed, 11 March 2015
Reza Salazar x Law and Order x Clowning in South America x Releasing Shame from Being Raped x Letting the Sun Back In
Reza Salazar starred in “Law and Order” (NBC) twice before the age of 21. He was also raped as a young boy and took more than 20 years to talk about it. Now he does.
An inspiring moment for anyone who carries shame from their childhood and how Reza dealt with his.
In this incredibly heart-warming interview with my very best friend of more than a decade, Reza talks growing up in South America, where he performed as a clown alongside his mom from age 5 until his teen years.
By 13, he came to North Carolina as a trained clown, spoke no English but was just in time for high school.
By 19, he had guest starring roles in “Law and Order” and currently he stars in and writes plays in New York City, guest stars on television shows and does film work, too.
“As it relates to being raped, don’t try to forget,” Reza says. “Forgive. That’s been my job the last 29 years.”
The Jake Sasseville Show is co-executive produced by Vivienne Kelly and Gregory Stutzer. Produced by Michael Howard Nathanson. Associate producers Brenton Gieser and Kodi Seaton. (c) 2015 Profoundly Human LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Sun, 8 March 2015
Annie Lalla’s work in understanding love & relationships is reflected in her marriage to Eben Pagan. Her daughter’s name is Love Being (Eben’s idea, she swears!) and Annie is a love and relationship coach - one of the best, I'd argue.
We cover the bases and run the gamut together in this interesting, raw and odd interview that will engage and delight you. Annie candidly shares that relationships aren’t compromises, they are investments.
“Would you say going to a grocery store and purchasing veggies is a compromise?” Annie asks. No, it’s an investment, in your family or your health. Same with relationships. Relationships aren't compromises.
What I found particularly engaging about Annie is her deep sense of understanding on the areas she covers with an incredibly human touch.
Speaking of touch, she’ll share how she learned to invoice her clients in a more timely manner (and without shame!) by withdrawing $2000 in 20-dollar-bills, laying them on a bed and masterbating in the bed of $20s.
On Love Cynics…
"Every cynic is a failed idealist," Annie says. “I know there’s an ember burning in every cynic…”
On her marriage to Eben…
“I fell in love with who I get to be… to live into that, I have to grow, stretch and abandon my identity… I didn’t fell in love with my husband, I fell in love with the possibility to be extraordinary…”
Loving Annie Lalla. You will too.
The Jake Sasseville Show is co-executive produced by Vivienne Kelly and Gregory Stutzer. Produced by Michael Howard Nathanson. Associate producers Brenton Gieser, Kodi Seaton. (c) 2015 Profoundly Human LLC All Rights Reserved
Wed, 4 March 2015
Rosie von Lila is a communications specialist who works with CEOs to catalyze them into storytellers. She is Cultural Relations Maven for Burning Man, helping them grow the culture worldwide (which may one of the most interesting jobs I've ever heard of).
I was perturbed by an email from Rosie to Mick the Producer, so I talked about with Mick, and then addressed it with Rosie in the show. What I discovered was an incredibly open and loving human being who has been transformed by the events at Burning Man. Worth checking out for sure.
Rosie added “Von” to her name at the suggestion of her friend Tom. Tom and Rosie were riding bikes gleefully through the streets of Amsterdam. They were on their way to a surprise birthday party in Croatia. This seems to be how Rosie's life works out -- easily and effortlessly.
She talks online dating, 42 point data plans based on Amy Web's TED TALK, "Dating... a Love Story" and Rosie reveals what she feels like she's hiding in life.
The Jake Sasseville Show is co-executive produced by Vivienne Kelly and Gregory Stutzer. Produced by Michael Howard Nathanson. Associate Producers Kodi Seaton, Brenton Gieser, Max Mogensen. (c) 2015 Profoundly Human All Rights Reserved
Mon, 2 March 2015
Charles Eisenstein is the author best known for his revolutionary book: Sacred Economics. He declines most all interviews. Ours he decided to accept. And I’m grateful for it.
He has a new book out, The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know is Possible.
Charles blew my mind. It is the single best explanation of the money system, consumerism, its emptiness and solutions of what to do about it that I’ve ever heard.
We talk about how interest bearing debt breeds the illusion of competition, which causes human beings to strive for power. Scarcity, including world hunger, Charles told me, is artificial.
He taught me about how the “space between stories” allows something new, unexpected and beyond imagination to emerge in life. Really powerful interview with someone that I think will be crucial in the next forty years and beyond.
“Reasons are really rationalizations or justifications,” Charles said, referring to why he was divorced, and chose to get married again.
Jam packed episode, enjoy it.
The Jake Sasseville Show is co-executive produced by Vivienne Kelly and Gregory Stutzer. Produced by Michael Howard Nathanson. Associate producers Kodi Seaton, Brenton Gieser, Max Mogensen. (c) 2015 Profoundly Human LLC All Rights Reserved.