Inner Bottom Line
Skilled at getting right down to the bone of issue and helping
people of all ages make decisions and solve problems, Olive
is perhaps best known for asking one simple question?
price are you paying for the life you lead today?” ™
here to read the latest editorial editiion of "The
Inner Bottom Line" ® .
As 2006 comes to an end and 2007 looms with critical issues that can no longer be petulantly ignored by our arrogant leadership, I want to extend heartfelt thanks of gratitude for your ongoing support and offer warm wishes for a healthy holiday season and new year.
here to read the article, "Is
Home a Place on the Map or a State of Mind?" ™
If you have an ethical issue that’s
keeping you awake at night, you can click
here and ask Olive.
been asked pretty much everything! From what to do about food
being stolen from the office refrigerator to dealing with
sexual harassment from a major contributor to the campaign
funds. She’s problem-solved with grandmothers who don’t
know what to do about quarreling relatives and advised teenagers
on surviving the class bully. And she’s helped lovers
sort through trust issues in relationships and executives
deal with the stresses of power and control.
Olive’s weekly column, “The Inner Bottom Line”® ,
on ethical dilemmas & personal choices that debuted in
California in 1997 and became syndicated online in 2000, is
currently featured in first run in the Sunday addition of
The Santa Fe New Mexican, the oldest publication in New Mexico.
Based on the first-of-its-kind, award-winning television series
on ethics in the USA that debuted in Los Angeles in 1988, “The Inner Bottom Line” offers Q&A
as well as editorial comments on universal ethical issues
and conflicts. Olive’s compassion and warmth, along
with her humorous outlook and common sense approach to dealing
with the madness in a world whirling slightly off-tilt has
helped hundreds of readers resolve ethical dilemmas and learn
to make better choices for themselves.
Olive’s style, while always direct, is also encouraging,
concerned, practical and supportive. She doesn’t respect
or condone those professionals who offer advice laced with
insults and deprecation, believing that their approach is
abusive and stifling to the human spirit.
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