Dr Zimmerman’s Tuesday Tip — How Skid Row Taught Me How To Communicate (part 2)

The great historian H.G. Wells used to complain about people he called “the goodness-sakers.”  These are the people who stand around all day saying, “For goodness-sake, why doesn’t somebody do something?”

I was somewhat guilty of saying that in the past … complaining about something instead of doing something about it.  And one such issue was the problem of poverty and homelessness in America.… Read Full Article

Dr Zimmerman’s Tuesday Tip — How Skid Row Taught Me How To Communicate (part 1)

Young Indian businesswoman holding ‘Will Work for Food’ sign

Growing up, and even as an adult, after I had gone through a really bad day or a really bad stretch in my life, my father would tell me, “Well, you just learned an awful lot more than you ever learned in school.”

I’m not sure that was 100% accurate, but his comment led me to a major discovery.  Whenever you go through a problem, you will always be different afterwards.  You will become better or bitter.… Read Full Article