Self-Improvement

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When people do dumb things, the costs are high for all. Bottom Line Inc’s CEO Sarah Hiner thinks we need to care more about those consequences.

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Manual labor sounds oppressive, but it’s not. It made Bottom Line’s CEO Sarah Hiner feel far better than her exercise class. She explains.

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We work best when we feel at home. So why are companies making employees feel unwelcome? Bottom Line Inc’s CEO Sarah Hiner explains.

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Before you complain about how annoying “they” are, consider life without them. What would be missing? Bottom Line Inc’s CEO Sarah Hiner asks and answers.

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Moments change lives…especially in families. Bottom Line Inc’s CEO Sarah Hiner shares how her Switzerland hiking trip was a turning point for her family.

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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.

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In business and life, more money, more stuff, more help or more time can reduce the odds of achieving your goals in certain situations.

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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.

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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.

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