130 episodes of Fishing Without Bait since the first episode, which aired on June 23, 2015.
Getting to Know Sheena Carroll | Episode 129
February 19th, 2018
13 mins 7 secs
authentic self, critical self, thomas edison
Jim Ellermeyer is joined this week by writer and poet Sheen Caroll to discuss her inspirations creativity to getting into writing, taking control of her focus into writing, dissociating ourselves with our active lives, and shares some of her work.
For the Love of Money | Fishing Without Bait 128
February 13th, 2018 | 20 mins 12 secs
Jim Ellermeyer and Michael Sorg discuss the distraction of money in our lives. What happens if money is a barrier to our life goals? What happens if you keep the receipts for everything you buy in a month and look at them? How do you change your thinking on how you use your money. How can we declutter our life?
Figuring Our What's Important with Missy Sorg | Fishing Without Bait 127
February 6th, 2018 | 20 mins 13 secs
Jim Ellermeyer is joined by co-producer of the show Missy Sorg to discuss how the show has helped in her life, what we can learn from the terminally ill children asked how they wish they had more time for, what we spend with the people who matter in our lives. We look back at the concept of the “ikigai” to find our purpose.
Exploring More With Jasmine Tate | Episode 126
January 30th, 2018
21 mins 30 secs
artisans, artists, creativity, grammies, leadership, perspective
We continue our discussion with Singer/songwriter Jasmine Tate and Jim Ellermeyer as we ask Jasmine the qualifications she looks for in other people, becoming a leader in Artisans, modeling behavior, those that produce art for therapy and change, and a special performance of “Coming Alive.”
Power of Prayer With Jasmine Tate | Episode 125
January 23rd, 2018
18 mins 1 sec
jesus, love, prayer, time traveling
We continue our discussion with Singer/songwriter Jasmine Tate and Jim Ellermeyer as we discuss further her story praying with teenagers at a McDonald’s. They discuss their own experiences with prayer and it’s purpose, time traveling and self validation, and more.
Sitting Down With Jasmine Tate | Episode 124
January 16th, 2018 | 18 mins 25 secs
Singer/songwriter Jasmine Tate joins Jim Ellermeyer this week to talk about her work as an artist and passion, her mentors, her religion, her message, the root of situations, and we discuss an encounter Jasmine had at a local McDonald’s with some teenagers asking them to pray.
Understanding our Languages and Choices | Episode 123
January 8th, 2018
19 mins 53 secs
choices, conversations, herd mentality, prison system, twitter
Jim Eellermeyer discusses some of his ventures chatting with people on Twitter, adding depth to conversations and using our language, predicting responses, the appreciation of where you are in your life, herd mentality and making “good” choices.
Misunderstandings with Imam Hamza Perez | Episode 122
January 2nd, 2018
23 mins 15 secs
abracadabra, islam, jesus christ, jihad, pitbulls, prophet muhammad
Jim Eellermeyer continues his discussion with Imam Hamza Perez as we visit the Islamic Center of Pittsburgh as we discuss the common misconceptions of muslims and the religion of Islam. We discuss the connections with Christianity, the true meaning of Jihad, the power of women scholars in Islam, the concept of covering everything from your body to items in the religion, and more.
Getting to Know Imam Hamza Perez | Fishing Without Bait 121
December 26th, 2017
20 mins 51 secs
ego, islam, modeling behavior, prophet muhammad
For the next few weeks, we visit the Islamic Center of Pittsburgh and have a chat with Imam Hamza Perez about his upbringing from Puerto Rico to Worcester, MA. We discuss his experiences growing up with some hardships and how that applies to his youth services. We discuss the examples that Prophet Muhammad sets for modeling behavior, and his conversion to Islam. We look at the idea of a corrupted religion background, the ego, and how he keeps it in check.
Anti New Year’s Resolutions | Episode 120
December 18th, 2017
14 mins 24 secs
decluttering, helper, joy, minimizing
What happens to the digital us when you die? James Ellermeyer and Michael Sorg have a fun and frank conversation about what happens to our digital selves when we pass, storing your online media with archive.org, making sure these technologies are assistants instead of hindrances, our interest in looking back on the year, the idea of the anti New Year’s Resolution to push yourself further.