Deepak Malhotra. · Rating details · 1, ratings · reviews. If you were a mouse trapped in a maze and someone kept moving the cheese, what would. I Moved Your Cheese. By Deepak Malhotra. Published by Berrett-Koehler Publishers Your Organization (or Team) A Note to Educators. A Note to . This book is a very interesting read indeed. In some ways it is a sequel to the book ‘Who moved my cheese?’ by Spencer Johnson (which we.
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I own it, Here’s the pic of it’s back cover. In a world where most mice dutifully accept their circumstances, ask no questions, and keep chasing the cheese, Deepak Malhotra tells an inspiring story about three unique and adventurous mice—Max, Big, and Zed—who refuse to accept their reality as given. I’m not just a passenger along for the ride [insert here the canon of literature explaining that the choices I have the privilege of yoru as a middle-class, heterosexual white guy in America are not always the same choices deepam others get to face].
Who are those 3 mice? Definitely a must read. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway.
Jun 21, Kim rated it it was amazing. This is a very quick read, and an interesting perspective. We can create the new circumstances and realities we want, but first we must discard the often deeply malhofra notion that we are nothing more than mice in someone else’s maze.
Review “Every once in a while a book comes along that makes you question the way things are.
I Moved Your Cheese: For Those Who Refuse to Live as Mice in Someone Else’s Maze
Scurry the mouse is never far from his running shoes. No discussion around how to proactively and successfully execute on Change Management. It is this purpose that allows him to experience freedom cheesse the maze — making the maze irrelevant for the most part.
Do you plan to use this book in the classroom? It had potential as a story, but that potential was not explored correctly. Not surprisingly, however, I’ve been asked whether it was crafted as a rebuttal to Who Moved My Cheese?
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I Moved Your Cheese. Perhaps we should stop telling people that they are simply mice, chasing cheese, in someone else’s maze.
There’s a problem loading this menu right now. I love the message presented by this book and the original as well. What you can control is your reaction. The real answer, however, lies in the fable itself. A good response to corporate disrespect for those chesee have built the company to the point that someone hceese walk in and have a job.
Gifting of the Kindle edition at the Kindle MatchBook price is not available. I don’t view this book as a refutation of the original.
Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. Some parts are zen-like, for example: Or, to put it another way: The six inches between our ears dictates where our life goes. If you were a mouse trapped in a maze and someone kept moving the cheese, what would you do? I think people just stop asking questions and remain unsatisfied. I liked the way Deepak takes us towards the point he wants to make.
Return to Book Page. A response to the original book, “Who Moved My Cheese,” which explores and empowers the individual to think and perhaps also operate outside the Maze.
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Although it would probably feel patronizing, I ypur help but want more about how to apply this in the r Please forgive the inanity of this review. Over a decade ago the bestselling business fable Who Moved My Cheese? I Moved Your Cheese reveals what is possible when we finally discard long-held and widely accepted assumptions about how we should live our lives. Zed has overcome this issue and is able to walk through the walls of the maze because he has transcended the thinking of his captors and ignores the constraints they have placed upon his lifestyle.
As cherse author states in the preface, “Perhaps we should stopy telling people that they are simply mice, chasing cheese, in someone else’s maze.
The Power of Games. I do plan to use the book in the classroom. And do they ever leave the maze? What attitudes do they develop there? I just had to move on. Taking on an established line of thought and proposing something new is always a risky proposition. Since Who stole my cheese? You are asking them to question and to think, but they choose to accept things as given. But when we reach our destination, we do not find them.
This book was written—and is meant to be read—as a stand-alone entity. Inner peace much be about so much more. When the maze becomes a hindrance to his goal not enough room to run in then Big takes action. See all reviews.