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DESCRIPTION OF THE ORIGINAL BOOKWho Moved My Cheese? is a motivational book that was published in 1998. With a style that brings it closer to the parable, its author, Spencer Johnson, clearly explains the typical reactions that people manifest when there is a change in work or life. His teachings are truly useful in all times and areas of human development, whatever the goal you want to achieve. The characters are two mice and two little people. They live the experience of change in their quest for Cheese, which represents the goal: happiness, work, money, love. The labyrinth in which the action takes place is the real world, with unknown and dangerous areas, with dead ends, dark corners and rooms full of cheese.It is a bestseller in the business field since its launch and its validity lasts through the years.ABOUT SPENCER JOHNSON: THE AUTHOR OF THE ORIGINAL BOOKSpencer Johnson was an American writer and psychologist, born in 1930. Belonging to a middle-class family, his childhood was spent in the city of Mitchell, South Dakota. He attended college in California, where he studied psychology. Then he did his postgraduate in Ireland.He has served as medical director of Medtronic, the company that invented pacemakers, and a researcher for the Institute of Interdisciplinary Studies. But outside the medical field, the world-wide recognition arrived to him after the publication of the book Who Moved My Cheese, this work catapulted him to fame.

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