#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for August, 2005

The Law of Correspondence

Like many of the best things I’ve ever learned, the Law of Correspondence comes directly from the material of Brian Tracy, motivational speaker extraordinaire. He got it from Aristotle.

Simply stated, the Law of Correspondence means that the internal dynamics of a person or a situation will determine the outward effects. I think Jesus said it: As within, so without.

How we rush around, putting bandages on symptoms. It’s so simple, really–maybe too simple. I know I’m always looking for that big, parting-of-the-Red-Sea solution, when really it’s a matter of drinking more water, or following some problem back to its

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What makes a great hero/heroine?

I’ve been giving that a lot of thought, both for professional and personal reasons.
What IS it that really sets a hero and/or heroine apart from the herd?
In my humble opinion, it’s the courage to love. Full-out, sweaty, sometimes bruised and bloody, but always loving, in the face of every challenge.
Now, lest any of you get snagged on the bruised and bloody part, let me state clearly that I am NOT advocating any rough stuff. Love and violence don’t mix, any more than drinking and driving. I’ve got zero tolerance for both.
I’m talking about the willingness to

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“Keep your ear to the ground” referred to the practice of plainsmen listening to the ground to hear hoof beats. It became the westerner’s warning to stay alert.

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