Sarah Hiner

Sarah, President and CEO of Bottom Line Inc., is passionate about giving people the tools and knowledge they need to control their lives in areas such as women’s health, the challenges of the healthcare system, commonsense financial advice and family life. She appears often on national radio, talking about her personal experiences with the healthcare system, which led her to question mainstream medicine and to the belief that people have control over more areas of their lives than they realize.

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When Even the Smartest Get Fooled

Think you’re too smart to be scammed? Think again. Scammers are more devious than ever—and younger people are scammed more than oldsters.

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Yes, Mom…Yes, America

“Yes” is one of the best feel-good words. I love saying it. My mother raised me in a world of “yes,” and our country grew from a position of “yes.”

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The Indecision of Decision Making

When given the chance to control parts of their life, many people let others decide and become a victim in their own lives. Tragic.

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When Trouble Strikes, Do You Fight or Take Flight?

It’s uncomfortable to fight in the face of challenges, but it’s better than being beaten by them. There’s a pathway to resilience.

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Behave Your Way to Better Feelings

Feeling a Little Down? Look up… literally. Standing tall, looking up and smiling can change your outlook and your outcomes.

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Why I Don’t Like to Be First on Line

Americans love being first on line to get shiny new toys. When it comes to health discoveries, step to the back of the line. It could save your life.

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I Had A Great Day…Why Can’t I Simply Be Proud?

Did you ever accomplish your goals yet still feel somewhat unsatisfied? Me, too. Here’s what happened when I ran the BolderBoulder.

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When You Meet Their Guy/Gal for the First Time

It’s a tricky path when parents meet their kids’ first loves. Say too much or say it wrong, and you may be ousted from future events. How to do it just right.

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When You Rush Through Something…

“When you want to hurry something, that means you no longer care about it…” The question is, Why did you stop caring?

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When the Old Gang Gets Together

Getting the old gang together brings comfort and new perspective. What we didn’t say when young—and what we are free to say when old

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Lessons from the World’s Longest Photo Shoot

If you want excellence, it takes commitment and endless patience. I watched it this weekend.

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When to Shut Up

The social dilemma of unsolicited advice. Too much given…too much received. Know when to help and when to hush.

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A Whole New World for My Hips

Proper training and proper treatment of joint pain is bringing Sarah Hiner from being a wannabe to a runner. Her secret? Muscle balance

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Health Care: Your Right and Your Responsibility

If health care is our right, then why isn’t it our responsibility to make healthy choices in our lives? Reducing health-care costs is up to us.

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Are You Worried? Or Do You Just Care?

If you love someone, you worry about them, right? Maybe not. Turn down the worry…turn up the love.

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Howard Beale’s Crystal Ball: The Extreme Limitations and Dangers of Broadcast News

We are in a death spiral of biased messaging throughout the media. Seeing the distortion is step one in breaking free.

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Where Everyone Is Beautiful

Reflections on my time as a ballroom dancer. A world that touches the physical, spiritual and emotional. A magical place where everyone is “beautiful”.

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Good Words, Good Deeds, Good Thoughts

Good words, good deeds, good thoughts. If we all just follow those six words, what a wonderful world it can continue to be.

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Teach Our Children Well

Adulting is hard…we could make the transition easier by teaching our young adult basic life skills before they make costly mistakes.

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Gender Bias in Health Care: Women—Watch Your Hearts

Women—when it comes to cardiac care, you aren’t being taken seriously by the medical profession. If you feel something, say something loud and clear.