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I just finished reading a book that my aunt gave to me after Jamian said she needed to "separate" for a while - It's called "Who Moved My Cheese?" and boy does it really sink in! You can really identify with the story, at least I can....

has anyone else read it? And if so, who do you think you most resemble? I'm trying to be like Haw, but I'm awful close to resigning myself to being like Hem! I won't let it happen dammit.

Goodnight everyone, just wanted to share that before bed.
 

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the president of our company wanted all of the employees to read that book so he photocopied it and handed it out to us.
just my guess that it's probably against copyright laws... my company is a Printing and Publishing manufacturer. i had to laugh at that one. :eek:

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nice masonary drill and orbital sander to cheer you up! ::
 

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Ahh you have discovered a new light! :: You have discovered what many businesses and schools are trying to teach their leaders! Or, another way to look at it... Your are begginning to think "out side of your box!" There are more great books out their like this! Enjoy! As for one who teaches/motovates individuals on the topic of leadership, I would encourage you to look for more books like this, motivational and/or leadership. Positive books can create strong power attitudes and change! :)
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I read it. It is good. Orginally the title made me stay away, but sat and read it.
 

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Yes, I read it. There are two schools of thought on the philosophy behind "Who Moved My Cheese". The first is that it's a valuable lesson we all need to learn to survive in modern society. The second view is that it is shameless rationalization from Corporate America for screwing our lives around in the endless quest for higher profits and telling us all "Deal with it or perish"

Read it with an open mind, and see what you think. Of course it never hurts to learn to "go with the flow".
 

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I'm always looking for a good book...i'll check it out.

While we're on the subject of books, Seabiscuit by Laura Hillenbrand is very good ( better than the movie like usual...the movie changed things and left a lot out ), and the DaVinci Code ( fiction ) were good reads.
 
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