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Amazon has the eBook edition of Who Moved My Cheese? by Spencer Johnson, Kenneth Blanchard on sale for $1.99


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A timeless business classic, Who Moved My Cheese? uses a simple parable to reveal profound truths about dealing with change so that you can enjoy less stress and more success in your work and in your life.

It would be all so easy if you had a map to the Maze.
If the same old routines worked.
If they'd just stop moving "The Cheese."
But things keep changing...

Most people are fearful of change, both personal and professional, because they don't have any control over how or when it happens to them. Since change happens either to the individual or by the individual, Dr. Spencer Johnson, the coauthor of the multimillion bestseller The One Minute Manager, uses a deceptively simple story to show that when it comes to living in a rapidly changing world, what matters most is your attitude.

Exploring a simple way to take the fear and anxiety out of managing the future, Who Moved My Cheese? can help you discover how to anticipate, acknowledge, and accept change in order to have a positive impact on your job, your relationships, and every aspect of your life.
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Although I think there is a ridiculous amount of whining and complaining in today's millennial / social warrior society and about 95% of the loudest people need to STFU....I still despise this book and it's purpose (listen to your boss, he knows what he's doing...change is great, these changes are easy and good).

It is 100% brainwashing and propaganda as stated and if you didn't see right through it, then you understand my point.

The book presents itself up as an easy, lowbrow read...a story of two mice for children. Then it moves into a parable-laced, self-empowering "Franklin-Covey" type self-improvement book.

Just like this site which has so many fake deals, bot comments, and shills.....my anger comes from the fact that not everyone sees it for what it is.

The book compares you to a rat in a maze and is best summarized by Dilbert creator Scott Adams, calling it a "patronizing message for the proletariat to acquiesce."
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My boss had us read this earlier this year...after reading it I quit my job, handed him the book with a post-it note on the front that I wrote that said "the cheese is not in the maze", I left the rat race and started 3 businesses making 3x my previous salary and I get to see my 3 little boys everyday.
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Good book... Just beware, if you company recommends you reading... Grab the classified ads... Smilie
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Good book... Just beware, if you company recommends you reading... Grab the classified ads... Smilie
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HR propaganda.
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I did not like that book at all. It was so redundant. I also didn't/couldn't finish it. I wouldn't download it for free. That's just my opinion if anyone was looking for one.
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Interesting, why? Also do you have any good resources or books to understand HR propoganda or related topics?
Potentially massive changes to the company are approaching. This is mgmt's way of preparing you to drink the Kool Aid and convince you it'll be alright. In reality, they're trying to figure it out behind the scenes!
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Although I think there is a ridiculous amount of whining and complaining in today's millennial / social warrior society and about 95% of the loudest people need to STFU....I still despise this book and it's purpose (listen to your boss, he knows what he's doing...change is great, these changes are easy and good).

It is 100% brainwashing and propaganda as stated and if you didn't see right through it, then you understand my point.

The book presents itself up as an easy, lowbrow read...a story of two mice for children. Then it moves into a parable-laced, self-empowering "Franklin-Covey" type self-improvement book.

Just like this site which has so many fake deals, bot comments, and shills.....my anger comes from the fact that not everyone sees it for what it is.

The book compares you to a rat in a maze and is best summarized by Dilbert creator Scott Adams, calling it a "patronizing message for the proletariat to acquiesce."
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My boss had us read this earlier this year...after reading it I quit my job, handed him the book with a post-it note on the front that I wrote that said "the cheese is not in the maze", I left the rat race and started 3 businesses making 3x my previous salary and I get to see my 3 little boys everyday.
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My boss had us read this earlier this year...after reading it I quit my job, handed him the book with a post-it note on the front that I wrote that said "the cheese is not in the maze", I left the rat race and started 3 businesses making 3x my previous salary and I get to see my 3 little boys everyday.
LOL,

On the less dramatic note. This book can be had at local library or e-book via same local library for free.
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I knew my time was growing short at my last place when I started getting crap like this from management. It was an attempt to manage without the actual management part. Maybe if people fall in line well enough, they'll manage upwards!

That being said, I bought 100 copies because I measure the worth of things by how many mds and phds are listed on the front cover.
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I was a rat
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Move it all you want. Just don't cut it, please.
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This book is awful.change can be good, but not this book.
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I don't like to talk badly about anything in a deal but will agree with what others have said. Unless you're forced to read this I don't know why would. I was stranded in the Dallas airport for 10 hours before I finally broke down and read it as it was mandatory. Otherwise run.
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