BOOK OF THE MONTH Who Moved My Cheese?An Amazing Way to Deal with Change in Your Work and in Your LifeReview of Book by Spencer JohnsonWho Moved My Cheese? An Amazing Way to Deal with Change in Your Work and in Your Life, is a light-hearted parable of a motivational business tale. The text follows the journeys of four characters as they attempt to find their favorite food, Cheese of course, in a large and meandering maze. The Cheese metaphor so artfully explored by Johnson explores the search for what you want in life, and the maze you are looking for Success in, be it a personal arena or professional organization. The problem lies in the fact that no source of Cheese lasts forever. Whether we like it or not, life is always changing.The success of the book is shown in the fact that it spent almost 5 years atop the New York Times Best Sellers list for Non-fiction Hardcover and has published more that 26 million copies since its initial release in 1998, it remains fully relevant today as well. Who Moved My Cheese? Is a charming and inspiring book that everyone can learn from and also enjoy. Whatever change you may be attempting to process in your life this book will motivate you to keep going! <
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