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Koji wanted to impart all of his "wisdom" to his son. But of course, his son already thinks he knows more than me. So instead of trying to tell him now and having it go in one ear and out the other, he decided to record them here with the hopes that maybe... just maybe... when he's ready he'll listen to his advice in the future and not make the same stupid mistakes he did. He'll also bring on guests to impart their advice as well. Koji has no doubt their advice will be better than his.
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Host Koji Steven Sakai talks to his friend and mother Tara Cloud Clark. Tara talked about the importance of setting boundaries, being an English Major, and more. Listen to the whole episode to hear all of Tara’s advice.Also, since this podcast has become monthly (instead of weekly), the episodes are now being edited and mixed! Hope you enjoy the new and improved audio! GuestTara Cloud Clark is hard-working, organized, and enthusiastic to tackle new challenges. Her background includes project management, grant management, event management, corporate communications, grant writing, and web content development. She has worked in multiple sectors including design, manufacturing, nonprofit, and education. Her goal is to improve efficiencies and complete the task in order to make her clients/employers successful. To find out more about Tara go to her website at https://www.taracloudclark.com/. And be sure to follow her on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/taracloudclark/ Find Us OnlineWebsite: https://guycodepod.buzzsprout.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GuyCodePodInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/guycodpod/About UsKoji wanted to impart all of his "wisdom" to his son. But of course, his son already thinks he knows more than me. So instead of trying to tell him now and having it go in one ear and out the other, he decided to record them here with the hopes that maybe... just maybe... when he's ready he'll listen to his advice in the future and not make the same stupid mistakes he did. He'll also bring on guests to impart their advice as well.  Koji has no doubt their advice will be better than his.
Host Koji Steven Sakai talks to his friend and the mother of two boys, Dyana Liu. Dyana gave great advice about traveling, reaching out to new students, boys wearing dresses, and more. Of course, Koji talks about Brazilian jiujitsu (as usual… it should be a Guy Code drinking game). Listen to the whole episode to hear all of Dyana’s wisdom. GuestDyana Liu is an actor and a mom who currently resides in Los Angeles. Find Us OnlineWebsite: https://guycodepod.buzzsprout.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GuyCodePodInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/guycodpod/About UsKoji wanted to impart all of his "wisdom" to his son. But of course, his son already thinks he knows more than me. So instead of trying to tell him now and having it go in one ear and out the other, he decided to record them here with the hopes that maybe... just maybe... when he's ready he'll listen to his advice in the future and not make the same stupid mistakes he did. He'll also bring on guests to impart their advice as well.  Koji has no doubt their advice will be better than his.
Check out host Koji Steven Sakai's newest podcast! Be sure to subscribe!In this teaser episode, the UnOfficial Official Story team looks at the 1892 vampire scare in Rhode Island. Was Mercy Brown a psychic vampire, or is there a different explanation for what REALLY happened? Listen to the episode to find out the "official" story. FIND US ONLINEWebsite: http://unofficialofficialstory.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheUnOfficialOfficialStoryPodcastInstagram:  https://www.instagram.com/theunofficialofficialstorypod/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheUnofficialO3ABOUT USAliens? Bigfoot? Slender Man? QAnon? The grassy knoll? The Zodiac Killer? We've heard all the stories and hypotheses trying to explain the unexplainable before, but what's really going on? Join comedian Dwayne Perkins, writer Koji Steven Sakai, actress Jennifer Field, and their guests as they sift through the facts... and the fiction... to come up with the “official” story.LINKS & RESEARCHOur team of researchers do most of its “research” on the Internet, so take our “facts” for what they are. With that in mind, much of our information we got for this episode was gleamed from these two articles:  https://www.history.com/news/the-last-american-vampire and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mercy_Brown_vampire_incident. CREDITSThe sound effects and music was obtained from https://www.zapsplat.com with additional music by WorldTaur.Hosts: Jennifer Field, Dwayne Perkins, and Koji Steven SakaiProduced by Koji Steven Sakai
Host Koji Steven Sakai talks to filmmaker Kerwin Berk. Kerwin’s advice to Koji’s son included (but was not limited to) investing, learning how to survive in a post-apocalyptic, and more. They also got into a discussion about the model minority myth and the universal basic life income (go Andrew Yang!). This was probably one of the most wide-ranging conversations on the podcast! Enjoy!GuestKerwin is a Sansei filmmaker who was born and raised in San Francisco's Japantown. He is an award-winning journalist who worked at newspapers and wire services in Asia and the United States for more than 20 years. His last stop was at his hometown newspaper - The Chronicle. Today, he is a freelance writer and independent filmmaker who still calls The City his home. He has written, produced and directed award-winning films and web series such as “The Virtues of Corned Beef Hash,” “Infinity & Chashu Ramen” and “Gold Mountain.”You can check out his films at https://ikeibifilms.com/ Find Us OnlineWebsite: https://guycodepod.buzzsprout.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GuyCodePodInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/guycodpod/About UsKoji wanted to impart all of his "wisdom" to his son. But of course, his son already thinks he knows more than me. So instead of trying to tell him now and having it go in one ear and out the other, he decided to record them here with the hopes that maybe... just maybe... when he's ready he'll listen to his advice in the future and not make the same stupid mistakes he did. He'll also bring on guests to impart their advice as well.  Koji has no doubt their advice will be better than his.
Host Koji Steven Sakai talks to professor, writer, curator, DJ, and father Oliver Wang. Oliver came on the show via Zoom and gave Koji’s son some great life advice—such as being intellectually curious, the importance of travel, and more! Check out the episode and be sure to subscribe!  GuestOliver Wang is a professor of sociology at CSU-Long Beach. He is the creator of the audioblog, Soul-Sides.com, author of Legions of Boom: Filipino American Mobile DJ Crews of the San Francisco Bay Area and editor and co-writer of Classic Material: The Hip-Hop Album Guide. He contributes on arts, music and culture to NPR, KCET’s Artbound, KPCC’s Take Two and other outlets.Check out what he’s up to at https://soul-sides.com/ Find Us OnlineWebsite: https://guycodepod.buzzsprout.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GuyCodePodInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/guycodpod/About UsKoji wanted to impart all of his "wisdom" to his son. But of course, his son already thinks he knows more than me. So instead of trying to tell him now and having it go in one ear and out the other, he decided to record them here with the hopes that maybe... just maybe... when he's ready he'll listen to his advice in the future and not make the same stupid mistakes he did. He'll also bring on guests to impart their advice as well.  Koji has no doubt their advice will be better than his.
Host Koji Steven Sakai talks to filmmaker and educator Michael Sloman. Michael gave Koji’s son five great pieces of life advice that included such diverse topics as not saying “should,” putting family first, and how to treat others. GuestMichael Sloman lives in Upstate New York with his family. He is a filmmaker and educator. Keep up with his latest work at the Facebook page for his latest film, Our Harlem, https://www.facebook.com/ourharlemfilm.   Find Us OnlineWebsite: https://guycodepod.buzzsprout.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GuyCodePodInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/guycodpod/About UsKoji wanted to impart all of his "wisdom" to his son. But of course, his son already thinks he knows more than me. So instead of trying to tell him now and having it go in one ear and out the other, he decided to record them here with the hopes that maybe... just maybe... when he's ready he'll listen to his advice in the future and not make the same stupid mistakes he did. He'll also bring on guests to impart their advice as well.  Koji has no doubt their advice will be better than his.
Host Koji Steven Sakai talks to actor Roji Oyama. We got to know Roji’s life as a shin-issei, her time in the SF counter culture, her travels, and how he got to where he is. He also gave his five pieces of advice for Koji’s son which included being open to all people, questioning authority, and more.GuestA native of Tokyo, Japan, Roji Oyama immigrated to the US in 1958. Raised in a bicultural, bilingual family, the San Francisco resident has also lived in South America, Mexico, and the South Pacific.Having acted on and off since 1994, Roji’s work has been primarily in industrial/educational film and video, with voice-over and commercial work. Ever the adventurer, he has also worked in commercial real estate, corporate and academic travel industries, as well as SAG's Book Pals in-school reading program, which encourages kids to read. He is involved with community non-profit and assisting in non-profit fundraising projects, and his most recent volunteer project in 2012 took him to the quake-stricken region of Tohoku, Japan.You can follow him on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/roji.oyama Find Us OnlineWebsite: https://guycodepod.buzzsprout.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GuyCodePodInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/guycodpod/About UsKoji wanted to impart all of his "wisdom" to his son. But of course, his son already thinks he knows more than me. So instead of trying to tell him now and having it go in one ear and out the other, he decided to record them here with the hopes that maybe... just maybe... when he's ready he'll listen to his advice in the future and not make the same stupid mistakes he did. He'll also bring on guests to impart their advice as well.  Koji has no doubt their advice will be better than his.
Host Koji Steven Sakai talks to actor, mom, and podcast partner Jennifer Field. Jenifer talks about the importance of confidence, tradition, and dancing! GuestAn actress, host, and former Miss Asian America, Jennifer Field is a California native.  She currently plays the maniacal Dr. Ruby in the Peabody and Emmy Award winning sci-fi series, Artificial, on Twitch.  Next up, she recurs in FX's CIA drama The Old Man starring Jeff Bridges and John Lithgow.  Other television credits include Bosch, 9-1-1, Robot Chicken.  You can follow Jennifer on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/missjenniferfield/?hl=en Find Us OnlineWebsite: https://guycodepod.buzzsprout.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GuyCodePodInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/guycodpod/About UsKoji wanted to impart all of his "wisdom" to his son. But of course, his son already thinks he knows more than me. So instead of trying to tell him now and having it go in one ear and out the other, he decided to record them here with the hopes that maybe... just maybe... when he's ready he'll listen to his advice in the future and not make the same stupid mistakes he did. He'll also bring on guests to impart their advice as well.  Koji has no doubt their advice will be better than his.
Host Koji Steven Sakai talks to his son’s baseball coach Angel S Ramirez for some life (baseball) advice. Angel talks about giving 100 percent—even when people aren’t watching—taking care of what you can, girls, and more!GuestAngel S Ramirez is a youth baseball coach. You can check out his camps or follow him on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/therealdad_coach/ or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/DadCoachTrainer  Find Us OnlineWebsite: https://guycodepod.buzzsprout.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GuyCodePodInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/guycodpod/About UsKoji wanted to impart all of his "wisdom" to his son. But of course, his son already thinks he knows more than me. So instead of trying to tell him now and having it go in one ear and out the other, he decided to record them here with the hopes that maybe... just maybe... when he's ready he'll listen to his advice in the future and not make the same stupid mistakes he did. He'll also bring on guests to impart their advice as well.  Koji has no doubt their advice will be better than his.
Episode #48 Sex Advice

Episode #48 Sex Advice

2021-01-2005:05

This week Koji was on solo duty and it’s probably a good thing because this topic is something that makes him super uncomfortable. This week he gave his son 11 pieces of advice around sex. Our favorite was his first… to masturbate regularly. Check out the whole episode (which is super short) to find out the other ten! Find Us OnlineWebsite: https://guycodepod.buzzsprout.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GuyCodePodInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/guycodpod/About UsKoji wanted to impart all of his "wisdom" to his son. But of course, his son already thinks he knows more than me. So instead of trying to tell him now and having it go in one ear and out the other, he decided to record them here with the hopes that maybe... just maybe... when he's ready he'll listen to his advice in the future and not make the same stupid mistakes he did. He'll also bring on guests to impart their advice as well.  Koji has no doubt their advice will be better than his.
This week Koji brought on actor Jennifer Yun or some life advice for his son. Jennifer talked about the importance of grit, listening to different music, and the importance of learning. We also spent time at the end talking about picking the right traveling partner.GuestJennifer Yun is an actor and producer. She is known for her roles in Silk Road (2021), Lovecraft Country (2020) and Messiah (2020). You can follow Jennifer on Instagram at  https://www.instagram.com/itsmejenniper/?hl=en and IMDB at www.imdb.me/jenniferyun.Find Us OnlineWebsite: https://guycodepod.buzzsprout.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GuyCodePodInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/guycodpod/About UsKoji wanted to impart all of his "wisdom" to his son. But of course, his son already thinks he knows more than me. So instead of trying to tell him now and having it go in one ear and out the other, he decided to record them here with the hopes that maybe... just maybe... when he's ready he'll listen to his advice in the future and not make the same stupid mistakes he did. He'll also bring on guests to impart their advice as well.  Koji has no doubt their advice will be better than his.
This week Koji brought on actor Kelvin Han Yee for some life advice for his son. Kelvin talked about the importance of making beds, metaphors, grief and loss, love, and so much more. One of our longest and (in our humble opinion) one of our best episodes. GuestKelvin Han Yee is an actor. He currently lives in Southern California. You can see his work at https://www.kelvinhanyee.com/. Find Us OnlineWebsite: https://guycodepod.buzzsprout.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GuyCodePodInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/guycodpod/About UsKoji wanted to impart all of his "wisdom" to his son. But of course, his son already thinks he knows more than me. So instead of trying to tell him now and having it go in one ear and out the other, he decided to record them here with the hopes that maybe... just maybe... when he's ready he'll listen to his advice in the future and not make the same stupid mistakes he did. He'll also bring on guests to impart their advice as well.  Koji has no doubt their advice will be better than his.
With Christmas week upon us, Koji was on his own this episode. He shared some of his favorite holiday rules for his son. Find Us OnlineWebsite: https://guycodepod.buzzsprout.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GuyCodePodInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/guycodpod/About UsKoji wanted to impart all of his "wisdom" to his son. But of course, his son already thinks he knows more than me. So instead of trying to tell him now and having it go in one ear and out the other, he decided to record them here with the hopes that maybe... just maybe... when he's ready he'll listen to his advice in the future and not make the same stupid mistakes he did. He'll also bring on guests to impart their advice as well.  Koji has no doubt their advice will be better than his.
 This week Koji brought on actor Junko Goda for some life advice for his son. Junko talked about the importance of martial arts, volunteering, kindness, and more.GuestJunko Goda is an actor, interpreter, and consultant. You can check out her work over on her website at http://junkogoda.com/.Find Us OnlineWebsite: https://guycodepod.buzzsprout.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GuyCodePodInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/guycodpod/About UsKoji wanted to impart all of his "wisdom" to his son. But of course, his son already thinks he knows more than me. So instead of trying to tell him now and having it go in one ear and out the other, he decided to record them here with the hopes that maybe... just maybe... when he's ready he'll listen to his advice in the future and not make the same stupid mistakes he did. He'll also bring on guests to impart their advice as well.  Koji has no doubt their advice will be better than his.
This week Koji brought on his writer, musician, creative engineer, and father Brian Tedeschi for some life advice for his son. Brian talked about finding something that you are passionate about. Being okay with failure (and success), finding something you love, and about kindness.GuestBrian Tedeschi is a writer, song writer/sound engineer, screenwriter Communications Director, entrepreneur. He co-wrote the best-selling cozy mystery series: Antique Hunters, Witch Cat, Neighborhood Watch, Gem Hunter.  He currently resides in North Carolina.Find Us OnlineWebsite: https://guycodepod.buzzsprout.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GuyCodePodInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/guycodpod/About UsKoji wanted to impart all of his "wisdom" to his son. But of course, his son already thinks he knows more than me. So instead of trying to tell him now and having it go in one ear and out the other, he decided to record them here with the hopes that maybe... just maybe... when he's ready he'll listen to his advice in the future and not make the same stupid mistakes he did. He'll also bring on guests to impart their advice as well.  Koji has no doubt their advice will be better than his.
This week Koji brought on his homie for life Garrett Naiman for some life advice for his son. Garrett talked about integrity, the platinum rule, and more.  GuestOur guest Garrett Naiman is a college administrator and father that currently lives in Northern CaliforniaFind Us OnlineWebsite: https://guycodepod.buzzsprout.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GuyCodePodInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/guycodpod/About UsKoji wanted to impart all of his "wisdom" to his son. But of course, his son already thinks he knows more than me. So instead of trying to tell him now and having it go in one ear and out the other, he decided to record them here with the hopes that maybe... just maybe... when he's ready he'll listen to his advice in the future and not make the same stupid mistakes he did. He'll also bring on guests to impart their advice as well.  Koji has no doubt their advice will be better than his.
This week Koji brought on actor Morley Nelson for some life advice for his son. Morley talked about how he became an actor, his background as a police officer, and we even got into fighting. Of course, Koji spoke about BJJ. (There should be a drinking game for every time Koji mentions BJJ). GuestOur guest Morley Nelson is an actor and father. You can follow Morley at https://www.instagram.com/morley_nelson/.Find Us OnlineWebsite: https://guycodepod.buzzsprout.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GuyCodePodInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/guycodpod/About UsKoji wanted to impart all of his "wisdom" to his son. But of course, his son already thinks he knows more than me. So instead of trying to tell him now and having it go in one ear and out the other, he decided to record them here with the hopes that maybe... just maybe... when he's ready he'll listen to his advice in the future and not make the same stupid mistakes he did. He'll also bring on guests to impart their advice as well.  Koji has no doubt their advice will be better than his.Download and subscribe to the podcast at your favorite podcasting host: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Tune In Radio, iHeart Radio, Stitcher, Podcast Addict, and most recently Amazon Music.
This week Koji brought on editor and journalist Dino-Ray Ramos for some life advice for his son. Dino gave some great advice, but our favorite has to be what NOT to eat when you’re at a buffet. Listen to the episode to see what his advice was.GuestDino-Ray Ramos is an editor/writer with over 20 years of experience covering film, television, and pop culture. He currently resides in Southern California. You can follow him on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/dinoray/?hl=enFind Us OnlineWebsite: https://guycodepod.buzzsprout.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GuyCodePodInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/guycodpod/About UsKoji wanted to impart all of his "wisdom" to his son. But of course, his son already thinks he knows more than me. So instead of trying to tell him now and having it go in one ear and out the other, he decided to record them here with the hopes that maybe... just maybe... when he's ready he'll listen to his advice in the future and not make the same stupid mistakes he did. He'll also bring on guests to impart their advice as well.  Koji has no doubt their advice will be better than his.
This week Koji brought on actor, producer, and father Brian Yang for some life advice for his son. Brian talked about hustle, being flexible, LeBron James, the Lakers championship, and Andrew Yang!GuestBrian Yang is an actor and producer. As an actor, he has appeared on may television shows, including Hawaii 5-0. As a producer, he has produced Quentin Lee’s “The People I’ve Slept With” as well as the critically acclaimed documentary, “Linsanity.” He currently resides in Southern California. You can follow Brian on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/briflys/?hl=en Find Us OnlineWebsite: https://guycodepod.buzzsprout.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GuyCodePodInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/guycodpod/About UsKoji wanted to impart all of his "wisdom" to his son. But of course, his son already thinks he knows more than me. So instead of trying to tell him now and having it go in one ear and out the other, he decided to record them here with the hopes that maybe... just maybe... when he's ready he'll listen to his advice in the future and not make the same stupid mistakes he did. He'll also bring on guests to impart their advice as well.  Koji has no doubt their advice will be better than his.
This week Koji brought on writer and producer Jake Wachtel for some life advice for his son. Jake talked about the importance of being present, taking risks, and they got into a conversation about the importance of adventures!  GuestJake Wachtel has been producing, writing and directing for television, film and new media for over a decade. An award-winning international journalist and producer, Jake began his career as a news producer reporter for Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS), CBS’ partner in Japan. He has covered stories across the Americas, lived for two years in Japan and speaks Japanese. His coverage includes presidential elections, social issues in South America, the Academy Awards and the Olympics.Find Us OnlineWebsite: https://guycodepod.buzzsprout.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GuyCodePodInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/guycodpod/About UsKoji wanted to impart all of his "wisdom" to his son. But of course, his son already thinks he knows more than me. So instead of trying to tell him now and having it go in one ear and out the other, he decided to record them here with the hopes that maybe... just maybe... when he's ready he'll listen to his advice in the future and not make the same stupid mistakes he did. He'll also bring on guests to impart their advice as well.  Koji has no doubt their advice will be better than his.
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