A short book and an easy read, Who Moved My Cheese? is a basic primer for dealing with change. It serves its purpose at the most basic level, and is useful for those with limited capacity to figure out that change is the only constant, and that those who don't effectively deal with change are left behind.
The story is bookended by an introduction and a discussion, presented in the form of a conversation among former classmates at a school reunion. If the cheese story represents spoonfeeding the obvious, the introduction and the discussion artificially move the jaw up and down to ensure that chewing and swallowing are taking place.
Who Moved My Cheese? is not an unnecessary book; but those who find its content fresh and eye-opening likely have a lot more work to do on the journey to success.
Published in hardcover by G.P. Putnam's Sons.
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