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Who Moved my Cheese? by Dr. Spencer Johnson

For anyone who's ever been so scared of change, here's a good book for you -- Who Moved my Cheese? by Dr. Spencer Johnson.

Who Moved my Cheese? by Dr. Spencer Johnson

I first read this book during college and it has helped me cope with the feeling of helplessness and fear of the uncertain future.  It's a good read and short enough, too, for those who aren't into thick tomes. 

I whip this book out whenever I feel the anxieties of the uncertain coming on.  A good read for those who are scared of what lies ahead.


  1. i read this book... and very inspirational.....

  2. i read it... after reading, you get motivated....

  3. Ang cute ng title. :-P

    Yeah. I am one of those people who gets anxious of upcoming changes. Mas gusto ko yung nakasanayan ko na. .Kung parating na pagbabago eh I prefer that it be gradual

  4. will check this one out. thanks form the heads up. :))) followed you. :))

    love, ace

  5. My friends have been bugging me to buy this, and I guess this is really a good read. I'm going to grab my own copy soon! ;)

  6. you have a very good book collection:-).

  7. Interesting...I might grab a copy if I find one when I visit the bookstore. :-) Have seen my former boss reading it before.


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