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Who Moved My Cheese? - Spencer Johnson & Kenneth Blanchard

Who Moved My Cheese?

Author Spencer Johnson & Kenneth Blanchard

  • Published: 1998-09-08
  • Category: Business & Personal Finance
4 Stars
From 21 Customers Review
Price: $18.99



A timeless business classic, Who Moved My Cheese? uses a simple parabel to reveal profound truths about dealing with change so that you can enjoy less stress and more success in your work and in your life.

It would be all so easy if you had a map to the Maze.
If the same old routines worked.
If they'd just stop moving "The Cheese."
But things keep changing...

Most people are fearful of change, both personal and professional, because they don't have any control over how or when it happens to them. Since change happens either to the individual or by the individual, Dr. Spencer Johnson, the coauthor of the multimillion bestseller The One Minute Manager, uses a deceptively simple story to show that when it comes to living in a rapidly changing world, what matters most is your attitude.

Exploring a simple way to take the fear and anxiety out of managing the future, Who Moved My Cheese? can help you discover how to anticipate, acknowledge, and accept change in order to have a positive impact on your job, your relationships, and every aspect of your life.

Top Customer Reviews

  • Get ready for change!

    From Laceypatricia
    A great tale underlining simple technics to prepare and understand change in everyday situations. Simple in nature, complex in practice! A great eye opening little read!
  • Cute but dangerous

    From Frumpel
    The story itself is just a parable on a life most of us have experienced. It puts things into proportion very nicely, especially in the surrounding commentary. What it does not do is even hint at the idea that cheese is not merely found but may Los be created. If you want to cope with feeling like a day laborer it's great, but what if you want to live in a world of great cheese ...
  • Didn't get much out of it.

    From Ericanadian
    There's really only one or two valuable points in the story. If you don't have them, and this book can communicate them to you, then it's probably worth it. For me, I got one thing out of it, but I was already well underway on the others.