Bottom Line Inc

Common Threads

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.

Life

Sarah Hiner is not a womanist. She’s a “people-ist.” Bottom Line Inc’s CEO encourages individual growth for all while ignoring false limits.

Life

You can’t hope your way to fulfilling your dreams. Bottom Line Inc.’s CEO Sarah Hiner believes we need to stop hoping and take action.

Life

Every moment of every day isn’t exciting. Bottom Line Inc’s CEO Sarah Hiner reminds us it’s how you view those moments that determines your experience.

Aging

Age is a process, not a limitation. Bottom Line Inc.’s CEO Sarah Hiner demands a social shift to stop ageist biases. It’s bad for us and our community.

Life

“Take it easy.” That’s what Bottom Line Inc.’s President Sarah Hiner says is a far better way to handle life’s bumps. Learn about power through ease.

Life

Feeling lost in your life? Wondering what your path should be? Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner shows that your purpose changes throughout your life.

Life

Inspired by Gene Simmons’s new book, Gene Simmons on Power, Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner explores the often-overlooked positives of money and power.

Life

Skeptic no more, Bottom Line Inc.’s President Sarah Hiner shares her transformative choice to incorporate transcendental meditation into her daily life.

Family

With year-end approaching, Bottom Line Inc’s CEO Sarah Hiner rediscovers the moments that were forgotten in the blur of life with her yearly photo calendar.

Family

A Facebook challenge sends Bottom Line’s President Sarah Hiner into a quandary as she discovers who she is using only seven photographs without any people.

Life

Bottom Line’s Sarah Hiner implores parents to get over their own fears and let their kids fly…on their own. It’s scary but worth it.

Life

Have we gotten so politically correct that we can’t offer and receive simple, gracious words of acknowledgment? Sarah Hiner gives her thoughts…