Who moved my cheese?

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An a-Mazing way to change and win!

Firstly let me tell you, this book, WHO MOVED MY CHEESE?, is one of my favorite books. Secondly You will never finish reading this book.

I had the opportunityto read the teens edition, and this is the second time that read adults version, and I can say that every time that I read it, I have learned something new, that's why I'm so happy to write aboutit.

Who moved my cheese? is about four characters, two mice, and two "little people."
The mice: Sniff and Scurry. Sniff, who sniffs out change early or Scurry, who scurries into action.
TheLittle-people: Hem and Haw. Hem, who denies and resists change as he fears it will lead to something worse or Haw, who learns to adapt in time when he sees changing can lead to something better.
Thecharacters live in a maze chasing cheese.
The cheese represents anything we chase after in life and believe it will make us happy. The story details the trials and troubles we all have in daily lives:fear,excitement,sorrow, and the list goes on.
This four characters involve us through an amazing story, Where if We do Not Change, We Can Become Extinct.

A little bit easier...

"Cheese" being ametaphor for what we want to have in life; job,recognition,spiritual peace, big house or even an activity.

"Maze" represents where we spend time looking for what we want; the community we live in,the relationships we have in our life.

You will find three sections in this book (Who moved my cheese?).

In the first, A gathering: former classmates talk at a class reunion about trying todeal with the changes happening in their lives.

The second section is The story of Who moved my cheese?; you will see that the two mice do better when they are faced with change because they keepthing simple, while the two Little-people's complex brains and human emotions complicate things.

In the third section, A Discussion: people discuss what The story meant to them and how they are going...
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