Who Moved My Cheese?

I first came to know this reading material, Who Moved My Cheese, by Dr. Spencer Johnson in a forwarded email from a friend. It was neatly presented in a PowerPoint slide tackling the best points.  It was a short one though. I got a hold of the book and it was interestingly written.   

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Cheese is a metaphor for what you want to have in life – whether it is a good job,a loving relationship, money, or spiritual peace of mind. Cheese is what we thinkwill make us happy, and when circumstances take it away, different people dealwith change in different ways. Four characters in this delightful parable representparts of ourselves whenever we are confronted with change. Discover how youcan let change work to your advantage and let it lead you to success!   

Two of the characters named Sniff and Scurry are mice. They represent parts ofus that are simple and instinctive. Hem and Haw are the little people, representing those complex parts of us as human beings. Sometimes we are likeSniff, who anticipates change early by sniffing it out, or Scurry, who quicklyscurries into action and adapts. Maybe we are more like Hem, who denieschange and resists it out of fear, or Haw, who learns to adapt in time when hesees something better. Whatever part of us we choose, we all share the commonneed to find our way in the maze of life and succeed in changing times. 

For Entrepreneurs, this book is for you to read.  A best seller with two thumbs up!!   Download is here.

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One Response to Who Moved My Cheese?

  1. phpjclopez says:

    the file has been deleted (http://rapidshare.de/files/8806779/wmcc_by_dr_spencer.rar). have a copy? maybe you can upload to one of the P2P sites.

    just suggesting..

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