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.
We pay continuous partial attention in an effort not to miss anything—multitasking, surfing the Web, on our phones—yet in the end, we gain nothing.
Anger and complaining won’t help you when life hands you challenges. Here’s what Bottom Line’s CEO Sarah Hiner says will help you rewire for success.
There is no little lie.They all destroy your self-esteem. Bottom Line’s CEO Sarah Hiner has been building hers back since age 12.
People with follow-through spend less time struggling with temptation or decision making. You don’t have to be born with it, but practice is essential.
Want to feel great every day? It starts with thinking about the company you keep. Bottom Line Inc’s CEO Sarah Hiner elaborates.
Are you brave enough to follow the path you’re most passionate about? Bottom Line Inc’s CEO Sarah Hiner believes it’s never too late to do what you love.
In the confusion around US immigration policies, it’s easy to lose sight of where we started. Bottom Line Inc’s CEO Sarah Hiner revisits our nation’s roots.
Do you get frustrated when people don’t keep their promises? So does Bottom Line Inc’s CEO Sarah Hiner.
Should you switch careers? Get divorced? Move to a new city? Whatever kind of big question you’re facing, here’s how to make the best decision.
Everyone’s guilty of something, but do we really need to feel guilty? Bottom Line Inc’s CEO Sarah Hiner explores our need to indulge in guilty pleasures.
It’s sad to see a lifetime of memories reduced to a pile of boxes. Bottom Line’s CEO Sarah Hiner shares the struggle to sort what loved ones leave behind.
Having a bad day…week…month…? Bottom Line Inc’s CEO Sarah Hiner feels your pain and has a great coping strategy for overcoming when life just sucks.
When good things happen, do you expect fireworks? That can lead to disappointment, says Bottom Line CEO Sarah Hiner. Success happens quietly.
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.
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.
The best advice may be the most obvious, but not always what you want to do. Especially when it comes to health. Bottom Line Inc’s CEO Sarah Hiner explains.
We work best when we feel at home. So why are companies making employees feel unwelcome? Bottom Line Inc’s CEO Sarah Hiner explains.
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.