I love a good catchy book title. And I love when serious content is delivered in a fun and relevant way. This week I read a book that ticks both those boxes.
‘Who Moved my Cheese ‘by Dr. Spencer Johnson is a fun and easy-to-read book about the inevitability of change and how we choose to deal with it.
The story takes place in a maze, where four characters search for and consume Cheese.
Obviously ‘the story is not really about finding and eating Cheese. Instead, the Cheese is a metaphor for our wants in life – whether it is a promising career, money, or peace of mind. A synonym for what we think will make us happy.
A key point in the book is that change is the only constant in life and that the attitude with which we approach change matters a great deal. In a nutshell – we learn that different people deal with change in different ways and that our chosen approach has great impact on how we thrive and survive.
Here is our take on the critical insights conveyed in the book:
#1 Change is inevitable, so you might as well enjoy it
#2 Get out of the comfort zone
#3 Anticipation is key
#4 To enjoy the new, we must let go of the old
#5 Don’t take anything for granted
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