Guy Code Episode #26 Life Advice with Producer Ken Tullo

This week host Koji Steven Sakai brought on producer Ken Tullo to give life lessons for Koji’s son. Ken talked about how actions speak louder than words and how you have to put yourself out there.

Guest

Our guest Ken Tullo has over 20 years of producing experience and has worked predominantly for companies such as NBA Entertainment, NFL Network, Fox Sports, Tennis Channel, Audience Sports (AT&T/DirecTv), E! Entertainment and Imaginary Forces. He has a proven track record of high-quality content development, execution, and delivery, as well as creative team leadership, editorial supervision, and design visualization. You can follow him on Instagram at [https://www.instagram.com/ken_tullo/].

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About Us

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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