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by Spencer Johnson

eBook Who Moved My Cheese? for Teens download ISBN: 0091894506
Author: Spencer Johnson
Publisher: Vintage/Ebury (a Division of Random (November 1, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 95
ePub: 1595 kb
Fb2: 1671 kb
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: mbr lit rtf mobi
Category: Work and Money
Subcategory: Business Culture

Who Moved My Cheese? is an amusing and enlightening story of four characters who live in a maze and look for cheese to nourish them and make.

Who Moved My Cheese For Teens.

Who moved by cheese for teens: Spencer Johnson – This is a book which encourages positive thinking when facing change.

Cheese? is a metaphor for what you want in life and the book gives teens a fun vocabulary and way to understand change and move forward in their lives.

Автор: Johnson, Spencer Название: Who Moved My Cheese? for Teens .

Spencer Johnson, who left behind a medical career to write short books about life and business, including Who Moved My Cheese.

This book presents an A-Mazing way to change and win! Who moved my cheese? is a simple parable that has helped millions of people around the world deal with the changes in their lives. 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. Two are mice named sniff and Scurry. And two are 'Little people' - beings the size of mice who look and act a lot like people. Their names are Hem and Haw. 'Cheese' is a metaphor for what you want to have in life - whether it is doing well in school, making the team, getting a good job, finding a loving relationship or just feeling good about yourself. And the 'Maze" is where you look for what you want - your school, where you work and play or the family or community you live in. In the story, the characters are faced with unexpected change. Eventually, one of them deals with it successfully, and writes what he learns from his experience on the Maze walls. When you come to see 'The Handwriting on the Wall', you can discover for yourself how to deal with change so that you can overcome your fears and see change as a way of gaining something better.
Comments: (7)
So many negative reviews on this book. I feel that people are missing the message and just focusing on the simplicity and shortness of it. It's not the length of the book, the message it provides you is what you should look into. This book helps the reader see the world through new eyes. I wasn't given this book by my boss, but by my brother. After reading it, I even bought two of my friends a copy. It helped with controlling feelings of fear in regards to change. I have more confidence in myself and don't see failure as something bad anymore. I really wish i would've read this years ago. Give the book a real chance. Ask yourself if what the book is saying could've helped you in the past. I bet you'll see it could have.
I purchased this book for my entire team. I had read it 2 times previously and got something different from it each time. Once my team and I met to discuss the book I knew I made a great decision to purchase them. The discussion was better than any meeting we've had and each of my people got something positive from it. Some found it valuable to their work life and a few were able to work through some things in their personal life due to reading this book. Change is scary for some people and this book, as elementary as it is, can become just the thing a manager needs to build "Buy in" for a new program that you're trying to launch.
As a 50 something in corporate world, I have come to dread and loathe change. I saw it as a challenge to my stability and welfare. Now I have a much better outlook on it. I see that change in necessary and that not only do I have to keep up, I CAN keep up. By breaking the chains of negative thinking I have liberated my mind to possibilities.

they only thing I did not care for was the conversation after the story. I get it, for those who need a practical application of a radical idea. But I found it annoying.
The tale of who moved my cheese is a very good one. The way it is told makes it easy to read. It will help you put things in perspective and can have a big impact on your life. I definitely recommend this book to anyone. It's quick and can be a real pick me up.
I've always heard talk about this book being a "gem for change management" or "the best thing to help cope with a divorce" or even "a nice tool that aided me during times of depression". I recently bought it out of curiosity so i could read it on a flight and I was not disappointed.
Change is everywhere and change is constantly happening, we can either wait for circumstances to bring our comfort zone back to us or we can be proactive and seek to behave in a manner that keeps our comfort zone with us at all times. There is a lot more I can say about this book and almost all of it has surely been said already, so I'll just go with this: Buy this book, even if you do not think you need it, I am positive that there is someone else in your life who probably does.
This quick read is life-changing for me. I have changed so much as an individual and lost family and friends along my journey of self-discovery. So this book has helped me pinpoint within myself what I have done for myself and for my immediate family in becoming a man, a better person, and realizing my own dreams of being happy, not dealing with drama or any kind of BS. So much change has definitely happened in my life but the constants that make me most happy have always been my wife, my mother-in-law and my amazing kids. Highly recommend this read for not just an eye-opener, but to give you some solace in why you may have lost family or friends and in realizing that the change most likely comes from within and is justifiable and okay.
This was recommended by my manager, not because I needed it but to try and understand the various types of people and situations we face in life. It kind of puts things into perspective though and might help me make quicker decisions in the future. :)
Everyone should read this book, especially in today's world where most people are scared that the AIs will take over.