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.
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.
Step lively and say hi to all. Just two of the daily lessons Bottom Line Inc’s CEO Sarah Hiner relearns from her insta-famous dog Meeker the Maltipoo.
There’s a daily ebb and flow to your energy and mental ability that can help you—if you know which things to do at which times of day.
Give me space! When Extroverts and Introverts clash. Bottom Line Inc’s CEO Sarah Hiner’s survival guide for these opposing personalities.
Free things are not respected by the giver or the recipient. Bottom Line Inc’s CEO Sarah Hiner warns us all to watch out for the hidden costs of “freedom.”
Paying attention to what saps your energy and making conscious choices about where to devote your energy will help you get more out of your day.
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.
Staying in our bubble is boring. Bottom line Inc’s CEO Sarah Hiner loves bursting hers. She talks to the people passing through her life, and magic happens.
Guns and drugs are only symptoms of the problem. Bottom Line Inc.’s CEO Sarah Hiner believes the solution can be found when we look in the mirror.
In business and life, more money, more stuff, more help or more time can reduce the odds of achieving your goals in certain situations.