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Who Moved My Cheese

An Amazing Way to Deal with Change in Your Work and in Your Life

by Spencer Johnson

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Who Moved My Cheese by Spencer Johnson
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    Feb 2000, 96 pages

    Apr 1999, 96 pages


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Olaitan Viv

I was working with an organisation at some point in my life, a seminar was once organised and that was how I cam in contact with the book Who Moved My Cheese.

This book is life changing as it got me to understand that where I was is the box I want to get out of. I am a better person today. Thanks to the organisers of that seminar.

Good book. A bit obvious but good.

Its interesting. :) It really helps to change the perception of life when you are figeting what to do.. :)
Tina Pekarik

I read this book because my boss recommended it and I acquiesced. Actually I heard it on tape. I was expecting some wonderful imaginative story ...but, I was extremely disappointed. It was done in a broken record style saying the same thing over and over again. While I like simple down to earth writing this was just too basic for adults (in my opinion) I felt like I was in Romper Room, especially when the narrator would say things like, "How did you feel", Jane asked. "Then Tom said....."

Well, run Spot run, I say ... It was to me, a bit assumptive and boring. The whole point of the "story" could have been told in one paragraph. The message was a good one but no more so than all the other fables we know and love.

But, it does go to show that if you are in the right place at the right time, you can sell your cheese to a bunch of mice and they will eat it right up. Now back to station C.

I found this book merely states the obvious. An amusing read for children maybe but an educational classic, hardly.

$20.00 to tell me that life is change and I should change with it. Whatever.
EX-Boy Scout Smith

I think this book has been written by people who can't fire people without needing some type of comfort or rationalization so they can sleep at night. We all are aware of how the world is changing and how we need to modify our behavior but if the upper management groups keep screwing the little guys, they can read this book and get a good nights sleep. In actuality, the name should be "Whole Stole My Cheese".
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