Who Moved My Cheese?: An A-Maz...
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Written by renowned author, speaker and management speaker Dr. Spencer Johnson and introduced by Kenneth Blanchard, ‘Who Moved My Cheese?’ is a world famous, motivational tale shedding light on how to deal with change in an organization and as well as in personal life. It is a simple story that illustrates how people must embrace change and should adapt to new situations with open mind and motivated spirit.
Compiled as a hilarious story, the book revolves around Sniff and Scurry, two mice, who are also the main characters in the story and two little people Hem and Haw. All these four imaginary characters highlight how human mind work when it comes to change. While the word “cheese” is used as a representation for all the desires one wishes for in life—whether it be a loving and blossoming relationship, good job, health or spiritual peace of mind.
Written for all ages, the 96-page motivation tale creatively covers how fear and anger take over mind when one is forced to change and how moving in a new direction can bring better results even in a hopeless situation.
Published in 1998, it was New York Times business bestseller and remained on the list for approximately five years in a row. Ideal for management professionals and people who are reluctant to change, the books lets one discover inner strength and helps to deal with changes without compromising over work and relations.
About the Author:
Earlier known for his ValueTales series of kids’ books, Spencer Johnson shot to limelight with Who Moved My Cheese. He has authored several books that have made it to New York Times bestsellers list. His other book that received wide acclaim includes The One Minute Manager.
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