Looking back at my own life, this book made me realize that at different times, I had been one or the other of the small people. My most successful periods were the times when I applied the optimum proportions of all four characters from the story.
Run Moe Run
Great book that puts LIFE in perspective. I will practice these techniques with a joyful heart
This book is exceptional and wonderfully narrated. It's thought provoking, it's calming, it's challenging and it's encouraging. I love this book and will suggest it to my wife, family and friends.
The author tells a tale that can help people not only deal with change, but to expect change. I wish I would have heard of this book back in 1999 when I was laid off. I do think I will order a printed copy for my wife, not that she needs being concert of lay off, but as a nurse her work environment is always in a state of flux. This book might make her life less stressful.
It's a really good story with a lot to be learned and applied to ones life
Haw - took him a while to get where he needed, but eventually becomes the person we all want to be. I think most people will see a lot of themselves in this character.
Learn to laugh at yourself!
Everyone should read or listen to this book. It is a quick and easy read. I finished it in a single day, and am now trying to get the rest of my family to listen to it too!
I loved the reader's storytelling voice. I was drawn into the story with the sample, purchased and listened to the book right away. It was short and sweet. The message was clear.
I don't have one memorable moment. These concepts are all concepts that I have thought about. It is just really nice to have them all together and have a different way of sharing what we all need to know. Change is going to happen. How, not whether, you manage change is important.
There was great energy is how they narrated. Especially with the story portion of the book. They gave life to the characters.
There is quite a bit of insight to take away and apply in both my personal and professional lives. I immediately typed up the messages that were written on the walls and posted at my desk. I plan to pass it along to the person that recommended the book to me.
What would I do if I werent afraid
Although English being my second language. I had no issues with Tony & Karen performance. Both of them were crystal clear.
Ive been working as Aircraft Engineer for 15 years. Its been one hell of a ride for me working on different kind of aircrafts. Till today I take pride maintaining these beautiful flying machines. I thank God that I have made the right career choice after my high school, and I didnt look back. However, Ive been thinking lately to change my career and start a new one as "Airport Service Manager". I started to grow interest in customer service delivery and managing people in the airport. This is a major change for me but my reason for this change is because I'am currently too comfortable what I do and Am not facing challenges any more in my current role. For the past few months been really boring for me.As my company advertised the "Airport Service Manager" position. I was reluctent and afraid to apply for this job till I listened to Who Moved My Cheese? (My good friend recommended this book after we had a chat about how I am struggling at work) I loved it so much that i listened to it twice and I sat for hours reflecting on my personal and professional life. This book motivated me so much that I got up and worked on my CV straight away. If you ask me am still afraid. But I decided to go ahead and apply for this job because the thought of me being in that role makes me happy. If I dont get the job I will improve myself in any way possible so that the management consider my application again in case I fail the first time.
Its OK to be afraid. Feel the fear and move on. Embrace the CHANGE. And remember, believe in yourself and keep your spirit up. BE HAPPY!!!
Haw. Because I can relate to what he went through. The hesitation to change even though he desired to
Nathan I guess, didn't pay much attention to those characters
To sniff out change, be ready for it and adapt quickly
Everyone should get this book