Sarah Hiner

Sarah Hiner, president and CEO of Bottom Line Inc., is passionate about giving people the tools and knowledge they need to be in control of their lives in areas such as living a healthier life, the challenges of the health-care system, commonsense financial advice and creating great relationships. She appears often on national radio and hosts the Bottom Line Advocator Podcast, where she interviews leading experts to help people be their own best advocates in all ares of life.

 

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REAL Social Responsibility

If you really want to be socially responsible, lose weight, eat healthy, strengthen your immune system and talk to your doctor about taking zinc and vitamin D.

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Happy Hallmark

You never know where you will learn lessons in life… even from escapist movies like those on the Hallmark Channel.

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A Vital Teaching Moment

How we respond to the election results will mark the path of our future. It’s time to break down barriers and work together for our country.

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Nature Always Prevails

When the world seems overwhelming, it is comforting to know that we have faced challenges before and overcome them. Nature always prevails.

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Commitment and Courage Required

Facing the challenges ahead will take commitment, courage and compassion by all. Lessons learned from marathon racers.

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Is It Time to Consider COVID a Treatable Disease?

COVID treatments are increasingly available and proven effective. It seems time to shift our view of COVID to a treatable disease rather than a death sentence.

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The Power of Quiet in Creating Change

Changing our world requires less chatter and more thought. We can’t see a new space when we’re busy talking and defending and accusing.

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The Joys of Scope Creep

How we helped unemployed friends and improved our home to create more positive energy throughout the house—all thanks to scope creep.

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Driven to Distraction

Strategic distraction is key to protecting yourself from the emotional distress that is part of daily life. Don’t let it eat you up. 

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Fight Excess-ivity

Don’t be fooled into thinking that the more complex something is, the better it must be. It’s “fake thinking.” Simple is so much simpler.

Aging for Beginners

Active Leisure: A Worthwhile Retirement Goal

Age gives us the right to be happy by doing less work. Or, to be more accurate, by doing more play.

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No Coincidences

Crazy coincidences may be random acts…or, as I like to believe, spiritual “hellos” that let us know we are not alone. Keep your eyes open to the magic.

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What Are You Going to Do About It?

The message has been heard…change is needed. Now trade in your messages of protest for actions that touch those in need and help them achieve the success that everyone wants.

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Forget Media Filters…Trust Your Own Truths and Do Your Own Research

Trust but verify as you watch the news and draw conclusions about the presidential race. The media has abdicated its role as unbiased reporters to create its own messages.

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The Importance of Choosing to Live Your Life

Inspiration from oldsters who choose not to forfeit their life in the name of protecting it. Great lessons for all.

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In the Blame Game, the Blamer Always Loses

It’s tempting to blame others when things don’t work out or if you’ve made a mistake. But in the blame game, the blamer always loses.

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What Rucksack Will You Carry Today?

Release the burdens you carry with you each day. Most are a choice. It’s easy to make a different choice.

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You Won’t Catch COVID from Saying Hello

A simple smile and hello when walking past someone always feels good…even in the era of coronavirus. Not only that, it may even help protect you from it.

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My Favorite Kitchen Time-Savers

I challenge those who say they have no time or money to cook healthy food. My favorite kitchen time savers.

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Celebrating the Goodness in Humanity

Let’s celebrate the many examples of generosity and sacrifice that are blind to racial, religious and gender issues, and work each day to build our society.