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Spencer Johnson, M.D.

Good to Great Jim Collins. View all 9 comments. But I also have this book to thank for because if it were not for this book, I would have stuck with my old job and I would not have reached the place I am at now.

Now Out of the Maze reveals what Hem did next–and how his discoveries will help you unlock the riddle of whatever mazes you may be facing in your own life. Ediciones Urano; 3 edition 2 Nov. This is a book about how two mice named De and Scurry and two miniature humans named Hem and Haw that’s right are trapped in a maze that serves as a metaphor for the inherent restrictions and viccisitudes of our lives.

Who Moved My Cheese? de Spencer Johnson en Apple Books

View all 8 comments. Aug 17, Nandakishore Varma rated it it was ok.

Do not change the person but innovate your habits. This book is for everyone because everyone encounters change in personal and professional endeavors.

He is willing to risk the unknown by venturing out of his comfort zone. Its phenomenal success exceeded the speencer of almost everyone involved at the beginning.

The maze is the metaphor for the paths of change we must navigate on our journey through life. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? View all 4 comments. Sometimes you’re not supposed to be happy.


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And finally the most insulting part is the last third where that group of high-potential future cult followers reassembles and discusses this xescargar of a book that they have read and they all agree to buy copies for all of their friends and coworkers – as I recall, one guy was going to buy cases of the book for his whole dept at work. I live in the south where the textile industry was the largest job force to work for. I simply had to put your name in the Recommendation Box, Pooja.

Most people are fearful of change because they don’t believe they have any control over how or when it happens to them.

After his adventure in the maze, Haw wrote a bestselling book about his cheese sayings and sold it in exchange for royalties in cheese.

Habia una vez dos ratoncitos y dos hombrecillos que vivian deecargar un laberinto. That is why this book is horrid. Apr 03, Christine rated it did not like it Recommends it for: Change Our natural human reaction to comfort, or perceived comfort, is to protect it and hang onto it.

Based on the original One Minute Manager 15 million copies sold in 42 languages. For the simpleminded rodents Sniff and Scurry, cheese is cheese, and their desire for cheese is an instinctual hunt for nourishment.

Cheese is a metaphor for “What we want in life”, whether that be in personal or professional circumstances. Most people never think about cheese, but I think about it all the time. Yes, change is inevitable. So stop bellyaching about jobs and health care. This book has impacted my life in so many ways that I believe people see me as an inspiration even when I am not inspired. Well, like I said, some of it was hard to get, but I talked about it afterwards with my friend Brian and he explained it to me.


I’m currently in a situation where I continually find myself saying, “I can’t wait” for this, or “I can’t wait” for that. It’s better to move on when it does than expect things to go back to how they were, and it’s better to prepare for change then expect things to stay how they are. One day some invisible force beyond their control takes the cheese from a sector of the maze, sending our mice and little people looking for more, if, indeed there is anymore to be had. For the remainder of the book, we get to listen in on a group of friends discuss how the philosophy behind this epic tale of missing cheese relates to their lives.

I particularly liked the part with blessed are the cheesemakers, I thought that was inspired. It’s Eastern religion philosophy made more palatable for the American masses, who, as a whole, do not know how to live in the present. In his trademark storybook style that has won tens of millions of fans, Dr.

ScurryHemHawSniff. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. I can see these terms being recited to people in the company I work or the football teams I lead. And that is the intelligent part of the book An extended retelling of the original classic parable by the author of Who Moved My Cheese? Can’t believe it took me only about an hour to finish the book: The book became a publishing phenomenon and a workplace manual.