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Through my years of working to help people realize the power that they have over their lives, I am repeatedly surprised and saddened to see their frustration at being “victimized” by the world around them. But magic and lessons happen every day. I see the magic in all of our everyday lives and share the lessons. I hope you enjoy my tales and share them.

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Some Things to Think About with the New World of Medical-Screening Tests

Miracles are happening in genetic testing and disease screening. Don’t let them turn into tragedy. Bottom Line’s CEO Sarah Hiner explains.

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Would You Rather Die Right or Die Happy?

Two stubborn mules don’t get anywhere faster. Standing firm in your corner doesn’t help. Bottom Line’s CEO Sarah Hiner helps break those emotional standoffs.

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On Getting Strong(er)

What to do when you’re tired of complaining? Set a goal for change. Join Bottom Line CEO Sarah Hiner on her quest toward greater strength.

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The Leadership Gap

As leaders fall from grace, we are following “opinionators” who lack substance. It’s a dangerous choice, says Bottom Line Inc CEO Sarah Hiner.

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The Wide Line Between Obligation and Self-Indulgence: Powerful Choices

There’s no need to live your life burdened by unnecessary obligations. Bottom Line CEO Sarah Hiner explains how to choose.

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Vacations…Stay-cations…and, Introducing, Micro-cations

There are vacations…and stay-cations. How about a micro-cation? They’re quick, fun and perfect for the holiday season, says Bottom Line’s CEO Sarah Hiner

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Just Eat the Real Food

Low-fat…low-cal. Just eat the real food…far more satisfying…and healthy, says Bottom Line CEO Sarah Hiner in her latest blog.

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Are We In a Post-Service Economy?

Don’t be fooled by “kumbaya mission statements.” Sarah Hiner, Bottom Line’s CEO chooses to shop where they really understand and provide real service.

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Be Proud of Your Success

There is plenty in this world to feel guilty about, so why feel guilty for being successful?  Be proud of it. Bottom Line CEO Sarah Hiner explains.

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Tramadol vs. CBD for Pain: CBD Wins

Why are doctors so attached to their opioids when there are safer, effective options available? Know your options, says Bottom Line CEO Sarah Hiner.

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The True Meaning of a Deli Sandwich

How can some turkey and cole slaw evoke such powerful emotion? It can when it’s a special tradition. Bottom Line CEO Sarah Hiner explains.

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Don’t Ride the Runaway-Thought Train

Have you ever had a fight in your head even when no one attacked you? Get off the “thought train” with Bottom Line CEO Sarah Hiner.

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It’s Not About What You Have…It’s About What You Do with It

Why do some people succeed while others collapse? Sarah Hiner, CEO of Bottom Line Inc, thinks it’s the hurdles that they had to cross. Embrace the hardship.

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Meditation…My Saviour

The world gets crazier and the rhetoric gets meaner, but Bottom Line CEO Sarah Hiner stays centered and positive through her daily retreat.

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Beauty However You Prefer

Even nonconformists conform to social pressures regarding style and dress codes. You’d be surprised, says Bottom Line CEO Sarah Hiner in her latest blog.

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Trust the Wisdom In You

To All Type-As out there (and even if you’re not):  Trust the wisdom in you, and all will be OK.  Bottom Line CEO Sarah Hiner’s latest blog.

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The Eating Disorder No One Discusses

There’s a different kind of eating disorder affecting our youth. Bottom Line CEO Sarah Hiner says she may have it, too.  Here’s why.

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What Do You Remember When They’re Gone?

On the anniversary of her father’s death Bottom Line CEO, Sarah Hiner, reflects on how we take lessons from loved ones and pay them forward.

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When Even Smart People Ignore the Obvious

“It won’t happen to me” happens to even very smart people. Just ask Bottom Line CEO Sarah Hiner who has spent several days nursing her concussion.

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Fix It from the Inside Out

Why do we tolerate “Band-Aid fixes” in our lives? They may work fast, but they don’t work right.  Bottom Line Inc’s CEO Sarah Hiner explains.