Who Moved My Cheese? is a simple parable that reveals profound truths. It is an amusing and enlightening story of four characters who live in a maze and look for cheese to nourish them and make them happy. Cheese is a metaphor for what you want to have in life - whether it is a good job, a loving relationship, money or a possession, health or spirital peace of mind. And the maze is where you look for what you want - the organisation you work in, on the family or community you live in.
This profound book from bestselling author, Spencer Johnson will show you how to:
Anticipate change; adapt to change quickly; enjoy change; be ready to change quickly again and again. Discover the secret for yourself and learn how to deal with change, so that you suffer from less stress and enjoy more success in your work and in life.
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I read this book in an hour. It was easy to read, quick to finish but had a few themes and concepts to think about after having finished the book. Some friends recommended it to me to improve your ability to adapt to change and I think it definitely gives you a good, simple story to compare you actions to.
From the bestselling co-author of The One Minute Manager series comes this guide to help you anticipate, adapt to and enjoy change in your life, thereby achieving success. Johnson delivers his message via a simple parable about creatures living in a maze, looking for cheese to nourish them and keep them happy. The book is split into three sections: in 'A Gathering', a group discusses how they currently deal with change; in 'The Story of Who Moved My Cheese?' we find the parable itself; and in 'A Discussion', the group talks about what the story meant to them and how they mean to use it in the future. There are also fun cheese illustrations bearing key advice: 'Monitor Change - Smell The Cheese Often So You Know When It Is Getting Old'. Quick and easy to read. (Kirkus UK)
For Ages: 18+ years old
Number Of Pages: 96
Published: April 1999
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 19.7 x 12.8 x 0.7
Weight (kg): 0.1