Dr Zimmerman’s Tuesday Tip — The poison of unforgiveness, the promise of forgiveness

Every day we hear about another tragic incident that is filled with evil, anger, rage, blame, shame, wrongdoing and revenge.

To make matters worse, very few people in these incidents are showing any remorse, asking for restraint, taking responsibility for their actions, asking for forgiveness, or making amends.… Continues

Dr Zimmerman’s Tuesday Tip — How to maintain connection in spite of social distancing

We may be living in an ever-growing virtual world, but people are still people. They have needs that cannot and should not be ignored, no matter how much social distancing we practice now and in the future.

In fact, if you ignore people’s social and emotional needs at work or at home, you do so at your own peril.… Continues

Dr Zimmerman’s Tuesday Tip — How to effectively hold others accountable. + How to choose people who lift you up, not bring you down

How to effectively hold others accountable.

It’s a mess all across the country, with irresponsible behavior all across the spectrum, from government officials and police professionals to rioters and anarchists. And there’s plenty of blame to spread around.

Well I’m a big believer in “you reap what you sow.”… Continues

Dr Zimmerman’s Tuesday Tip — Purpose: The most important sentence you will ever write.

Why is it that some people accomplish so much more than others?

Or put another way, why is it that some people have lives, careers, and relationships that are so much richer and more fulfilling than what others have?

From all my years of research and speaking, I am convinced that the reason why some people accomplish so much more than others lies in the fact they possess The Champion Edge (TCE).… Continues

Dr Zimmerman’s Tuesday Tip — How to resolve conflict with more respect and less hurt

Life is tough enough. Add our pandemic health and tsunami economic challenges to the mix and conflicts are bound to sprout up everywhere … at home and on the job.

It’s like getting bitten by a rattlesnake.

Just like one man I remember who was rushed to the hospital after he had been bitten by a rattlesnake.… Continues

Dr Zimmerman’s Tuesday Tip — How to resolve conflict with more respect and less hurt

Life is tough enough. Add our pandemic health and tsunami economic challenges to the mix and conflicts are bound to sprout up everywhere … at home and on the job.

It’s like getting bitten by a rattlesnake.

Just like one man I remember who was rushed to the hospital after he had been bitten by a rattlesnake.… Continues