Who moved my cheese quotes

Who moved my cheese analysis? An Amazing Way to Deal with the change in your work and your life was such a snappy title. In the city of Pune when I walked around the path these conveniently orchestrated books on the pathway consistently draw in me towards them.

I abstain from purchasing any books from there(due to theft), yet that day I just picked this magnificence and gave over the cash (100 bucks) to the dealer and ran home like a young lady jumping euphorically with her candy.

That night itself I read it at a time (however the stances continued changing while I read). “Who Moved My Cheese?” moved me. I was glad that the choices I made up to that point, were all justified, despite all the trouble.

At the point when I read the absolute first page, I continued creation mental notes to compose a blog on the book and offer it with you. Regardless of what you are seeking after the present moment, every last one of you should peruse this book.

Here are 20 cheese quotes from Who Moved My Cheese for a compelling change by Dr. Spencer Johnson.

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1. Having cheese makes you happy.
Here cheese is used as a metaphor for all the assets we want to have in life, like a job, a relationship, money, a big house, freedom, spiritual peace, health, recognition.

Each one’s idea of cheese can be different. And the reason for holding onto that cheese can vary from person to person.

This book tells us that, you are happy with the current cheese in hand but that does not stop you from moving on and grabbing the next cheese.

2. If you do not change, you can become extinct.
You’ve heard for a trillion times now that “Change is the only constant”, but do you think you’ve implemented it? Change and decision making goes hand in hand. If you need change, decision making is the first step.

The most difficult part of decision making is taking it in the first place.

If not a change, you never know when you can become extinct. If not a change, things become monotonous, and eventually, boredom creeps in.

Who Moved My Cheese

3. Smell the cheese often so that you know when it is getting old.
If you don’t want yourself to keep asking this question of Who Moved My Cheese, then keep checking your cheese. Smell it to check whether it has rotten and that does it needs change.

4. Movement in a new direction helps you find new cheese.
When there’s no spice in life, life seems to be empty. If you don’t want to experience this feeling of emptiness, pull up your socks, and get ready for the cheese hunt.

Prepare your mind for a change. Don’t sit back and become comfortable in the old cheese.

Who Moved My Cheese

5. When you stop being afraid, you feel good.
“Dar ke age jeet hai”, a very famous phrase in Hindi used to advertise mountain dew motivates us to take up risks sitting on the bed, while we are watching TV.

The same implies when it comes to taking risks in your life. Fear of losing keeps us away from taking risks. Once you overcome this fear life shall be good enough to take up challenges.

6. Imagining yourself enjoying the new cheese leads you to achieve it.
Change is not always for/because of something bad. Change can be for better also. Releasing yourself from the previous cheese is hard but the hopes of new cheese always have an upper hand.

If you start imagining that the new cheese will bring in new lessons, it’ll be much easier to move on leaving back the old ones.

7. Old beliefs do not lead you to new cheese.
No matter how dear and near is your current cheese to you, at some point in life it becomes mandatory to change and move towards a new hunt.

Unless you don’t think of change, it won’t happen. Give way to new beliefs and don’t let yourself stick to the same old cheese.

It’ll be difficult to adjust in the new cheese for a few days, but gradually you’ll settle and enjoy.

8. When you see that you can find and enjoy new cheese, you change course.
When you sit back on your chair and ponder on the cheese hunting process, you’ll find yourself evolved confident and regain your strength.

Put yourself in the process of changing and enjoy every bit of it.

9. Move with the cheese and enjoy it.
While you still have the cheese, go out and inspect for its validity. Don’t put yourself in such a situation where one day you’ll have no cheese left with you. Keep moving with the cheese and don’t forget to find newer cheese.

Dr Spencer summarizes his book in the below words :

Anticipate change

Adapt to change quickly

Enjoy change.

Be ready to change quickly again and again.

Hope you’ve got the gist behind the book, “Who Moved My Cheese?”

Do read it and get set go for a beautiful change in life. Let me know in the comment section below was the blog useful and whether you got a chance to read this tiny yet powerful book.

Below are some inspirational quotes from the book. Enjoy.

“Life moves on and so should we” …

“What you are afraid of is never as bad as what you imagine. The fear you let build up in your mind is worse than the situation that actually exists.”

― Spencer Johnson

“He knew sometimes some fear can be good. When you are afraid things are going to get worse if you don’t do something, it can prompt you into action. But it is not good when you are afraid that it keeps you from doing anything.”

― Spencer Johnson

“Being in the uncomfortable zone is much better than staying in the cheese-less situation .”

― Spencer Johnson

“He asked himself those some questions too many times and felt the fears again that kept him where he was”

― Spencer Johnson

“The More Important Your Cheese Is To You The More You Want To Hold On To It.”

― Spencer Johnson

“Integrity is telling myself the truth. And honesty is telling the truth to other people.”

― Spencer Johnson

“If you do not change, you can become extinct !”

― Spencer Johnson

“Being in the uncomfortable zone is much better than staying in the cheese-less situation .”

― Spencer Johnson

“Smell the cheese often so you know when it is getting old.” ― Spencer Johnson

“Sometimes, Hem, things change and they are never the same again. This looks like one of those times. That’s life! Life moves on. And so should we.”
― Spencer Johnson, Who Moved My Cheese

“He asked himself those some questions too many times and felt the fears again that kept him where he was”
― Spencer Johnson, Who Moved My Cheese

“Being in the uncomfortable zone is much better than staying in the cheese-less situation .”
― Spencer Johnson, Who Moved My Cheese

“Sometimes, Hem, things change and they are never the same again. This looks like one of those times. That’s life! Life moves on. And so should we.”
― Spencer Johnson, Who Moved My Cheese?

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