In business and life, more money, more stuff, more help or more time can reduce the odds of achieving your goals in certain situations.
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.
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.
It’s YOUR life and YOUR path. No need to feel pressured by others’ judgment. Bottom Line Inc.’s CEO Sarah Hiner explains.
“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.
Feeling lost in your life? Wondering what your path should be? Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner shows that your purpose changes throughout your 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.
We can seek out defining moments that will bring new meaning and happy memories to our lives.
Skeptic no more, Bottom Line Inc.’s President Sarah Hiner shares her transformative choice to incorporate transcendental meditation into her daily life.
“Dream home” has more to do with your personal nature than a four-bedroom colonial, according to Bottom Line Inc.’s CEO Sarah Hiner.
It is easy to get caught up in the accumulation of things. Instead, ask yourself this important question for a truly blessed life.
Indulge today. There will be plenty of time to change your habits. When you’re ready, Sarah Hiner’s two-step solution will be there.
Celebrity trainer Joel Harper tells the right words to help yourself lose weight, boost energy, eat healthy, improve mood, stop negative self-talk, more.
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.
There is not a single person who is not the beneficiary of thousands of acts of generosity. But did you say “thank you”?
Have we gotten so politically correct that we can’t offer and receive simple, gracious words of acknowledgment? Sarah Hiner gives her thoughts…
Willpower works like the muscles in your body. With the right exercises, you can build your willpower stamina.
Bottom Line’s Sarah Hiner wonders about the impact of the move from skilled creative pros to DIYers, encouraged by lower costs and better tech…
The healthiest human beings we have met can all be described as people of deep gratitude. What can you do to foster yours?