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Who moved my cheese - Analysis
Transcript of Who moved my cheese - Analysis
•Represented a person who sniffs out change early before others are aware of it. 2.Scurry: to move quickly, with small short steps.
•Represented a person who see what is needed and take action immediately (scurries into action ) 3. Hem: the edge of a piece of cloth, such as the bottom edge of a skirt or dress, which is folded over and sewn so that it does not develop loose threads.•Represented a person who denies and resists change as he fears it will lead to something worse. 4. Haw: hesitate.
•Represented a person who hesitates to change at first, then dare to move on to explore the maze and comes to enjoy the taste of new cheese. That is, learns to adapt in time when he sees changing leads to something better. In dealing with change in your life, you have to move with your cheese and know when to find it, don’t dwell on the things which you can’t change anymore because there is nothing really permanent in this world except change. Theme
Cheese – a metaphor for what we want to have in life, whether it is a job, a relationship, money, a big house, freedom, health, recognition, spiritual peace, an activity like jogging or golf, and anything which will make you happy. Symbols Analysis Maze – the place that you need the time to find anything that you want. It may be your office, your society and your familiar place. Motifs The more important something is, the more you want to hold onto it. * If you don't change, you can become extinct.
* What would you do if you weren't afraid?
* It's not good when you are so afraid that it keeps you from doing anything, BUT it's better late than never.
* Take control, rather than let things happen to you.
* Be alert. Anticipate change. Expect it to happen. Trust basic instincts.
* Check yourself often, so you know when your ways are getting old.
* Movement in a new direction helps you find something new.
* If you would have moved sooner you would have found a good deal of new cheese.
* The quicker you let go of habits, the sooner you grow.
* It's safer to search than to remain static.
* The fear you let build up in your mind is worse than the situation that actually exists.
* It's natural for change to occur, whether you expect it or not.
* When you change what you believe you change what you do.
* When you see that you can find and enjoy new cheeses you change course.
* Noticing small changes early helps you adapt to the bigger changes that are about to come.
* Be aware of the need to keep things simple, be flexible, and move quickly.
* Notice little changes so you can be prepared for big change.
* Nothing gets better until you change. -Deal with the change
With Who Moved My Cheese? Dr. Spencer Johnson realizes the need for finding the language and tools to deal with change-an issue that makes all of us nervous and uncomfortable.
Most people are fearful of change because they don't believe they have any control over how or when it happens to them. Since change happens either to the individual or by the individual, Spencer Johnson shows us that what matters most is the attitude we have about change. -Encourage people to think
With the approach of the year 2000, most work environments are finally recognizing the urgent need to get their computers and other business systems up to speed and able to deal with unprecedented change. What businesses are only just beginning to realize is that this is not enough: we need to help people get ready, too. •The More Important Your Cheese Is To You, The More You Want To Hold Onto It.
•If You Do Not Change, You Can Become Extinct.
•What Would You Do If You Weren’t Afraid?
•Smell The Cheese Often So You Know When It Is Getting Old.
•Movement In A New Direction Helps You Find New Cheese.
•When You Move Beyond Your Fear, You Feel Free.
•Imagining Myself Enjoying New Cheese Even Before I Find It, Leads Me To It.
•The Quicker You Let Go Of Old Cheese, The Sooner You Find New Cheese.
•It Is Safer to Search in the Maze Than to Remain in A Cheese-less Situation.
•Old Beliefs Do Not Lead You To New Cheese.
•Savor The Adventure And Enjoy The Taste Of New Cheese.
•When You See That You Can Find And Enjoy New Cheese, You Change Course.
•Noticing Small Changes Early Helps You Adapt To The Bigger Changes That Are To Come. Important Quotations Explained ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
“Who move my chees” whomovedmycheese http://www.magnacad.com/printables/whomovedmycheese.pdf
http://www.whomovedmycheese.com/(14 February 2013)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 3D Presentation Design and Information -Our team- Wutthichai Saengsawang 5411110269 Chiraphat Thippayamartgomon 5411110049 Infromation Infromation Atitisorn Singhanart 5411110329 Spencer Johnson was born in Mitchell, South Dakota, graduated from Notre Dame High School of Sherman Oaks, California, in 1957, received a B.A. degree in psychology from the University of Southern California in 1963, and his M.D. from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. Johnson currently lives in Hawaii and New Hampshire. Spencer Johnson, M.D., is one of the most beloved and respected authors in the world. He is known for the Value Tales series of children's books. Johnson's books have been translated into twenty-six languages. Biography Plot Overview Thank you