A-Z Book List: W for Who

Nope, not Dr. Who but the pronoun Who. Yes. Let’s directly jump to the book now, shall we?

Name: Who moved My Cheese? by  Spencer Johnson, Kenneth H. Blanchard

Genre: Philosophy, Psychology, Management, Self-Help, Inspirational

As you can see in the below photograph (taken from my phone) that this book was bought on October 8th, 2002. Almost 14 years ago, when I was still new to the working environment.

It is about Life, Work and how to cope up with changes. It is just about 96 pages in the volume. Very small indeed. If we had cheese in the story, we should have mice in them too. Well, we surely do in this one. If you don’t really want to read the book but wanted to know what it says (along with the story), just read the Wikipedia and you can be done with it. It is mostly about expecting changes, being prepared for it, and be willing to go through with it. I have no idea why I bought this book then. Maybe because it was a very popular one and everyone was talking about it and it was cheaper and smaller? But I did enjoy it when I read it. I am not a person who will read all these self-help books. Makes me sleep, those books. But this one was a cool one. If you get a chance just go through it. Hardly takes about a few minutes or maybe an hour max.

PS: Check out the rest of the A-Z Book list here

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2 comments

  1. dvaal · March 28, 2016

    Good choice. My husband and I have both read this book and thought it was wonderful.
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    • KG · March 28, 2016

      Thank you 🙂 It is a very easy read but has some very valuable and motivational information

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