"Who Moved My Cheese?"
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"Who Moved My Cheese?" by Spencer Johnson is a self-help book aimed at helping people view change in a new way. The paper shows that the essential message of the book is that change is unavoidable and that it is necessary to expect change, prepare for it, and adapt to it when it happens.
From the Paper:"The first major difference in the two sets of characters is what the cheese means to them. For the mice, the cheese is only important because they want to eat it. They do not attach any greater meaning to it. Hem and Haw show what the cheese means to them by writing on the wall: "Having Cheese Makes You Happy." This shows that to them, the cheese is more than just something to eat. They believe it is the thing that provides them with happiness. This begins to explain why change impacts the four characters so differently."
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