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There are many simple lessons which can be easily applied to real world situations.
I think that all three mice teach us valuable lessons on the way we can approach our understanding of the world and others around us.
Not good at all just did not find it interesting at all, would not purchase anything like this again.
We had a major 're-org last year and I have yet to really accept my reduced role. This book helped me understand that it is ok to not just accept the change. Read morePublished 15 days ago by oldskool
Life is everything and anything we want it to be. Everything is possible and probable. Through watching these 3 mice step outside the ordinary accepted lives you will see... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sharon Bermuda
This is a must read for any business leader - to visualize barriers as a"maze" to be overcome. Wonderful motivational story.Published 2 months ago by Jeff Held
Started with "Who moved my cheese?" and ended with this one. I loved reading this book, mainly because sometimes it is not the road you follow, but the road you create. Read morePublished 2 months ago by doris
Another reviewer has well captured the essence of this book which is for the highly motivated entrepreneur or wannabe. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Chris Grosso
This is a great sequel to the book Who Moved My Cheese. Stimulates a lot of great discussion personally and professionally. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Cynthia Carloni
I had read "Who Moved My Cheese" for a work assignment. This sequal was definitely a continuation of the first book but was told in a narrative, easy to read form.Published 6 months ago by Sharon Jones