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Who Moved My Cheese?: The 10th Anniversary Edition

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 14, 2000

    Simple life changes

    A 'cute' book on how to better deal with the changes that life 'throws' at you. Even when you believe that you create the situations in your life based on your perception, you can change how you perceive those changes.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 29, 2000

    The Truth About Change

    As advertised, this book offers a very simplistic and amusing veiw on change and how differently people may react to it. The four characters in this book, two mice and two little people, exhibit responses to change in a variety of ways. Humans are complex, emotional beings who typically thrive on achievement and exhibit relatively predictable behaviors. Therefore, once certain goals are achieved the tendency is to do whatever possible to maintain status quo. The thought of change can be uncomfortable because it may mean giving up the emotional gratification of the acheivement. On the other hand, the mice act on instinct and respond to the moment. They are more willing to make quick adjustments in order to keep their goals in sight. Once the reward of the achievement goes away, they are ready to respond with a new search for a new goal. In this case, it's the cheese. The four cahracters all deal with change in different ways. Some experience more success and less stress than others. Find out which one you are most like. Reading this book is a fun an interesting way to discover yourself, and how quickly you can adapt to change.

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