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Who Moved My Cheese For Teens [Englisch] [Gebundene Ausgabe]

Spencer Johnson

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3. Juli 2003

Teenagers' lives are full of change and this simple book will help them cope with the unique problems that face them every day, such as doing well at school, making career decisions, dealing with parents, relationships and dating, feeling good about themselves and being positive about the future.

A group of teenagers are worried about changes in their lives. To help them out, Chris tells the story of Who Moved My Cheese. Four characters, Hem, Haw, Sniff and Scurry, search through a maze for cheese, to nourish them and make them happy, but soon the cheese runs out. Sniff and Scurry go off in search for more, but Hem and Haw stay to work out what went wrong and wait for more cheese. Eventually, Haw realises that no new cheese is coming, so he sets out into the maze and eventually finds new cheese. The group then discusses the story, finding ways to apply it to their own lives.

Who Moved My Cheese? for Teens is an essential book for teenagers - an entertaining parable that reveals profound truths and insights that will last a lifetime.

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Having a million-plus copies of the bestselling Who Moved My Cheese? in print hasn't stopped Spencer Johnson, (The One Minute Manager) from repackaging his homily about adapting to life changes for a teenage audience.

The core of this teen book--a cheesy (literally) allegory about four characters navigating a maze in pursuit of happiness (cheese) with varying success--is identical to the cheese-quest story told in Johnson's grownup book. The only difference is that the opening and closing backstory that pads out Who Moved My Cheese? for Teens involves a group of teenagers kibbutzing in the cafeteria, not a group of adults attending their high school reunion.

Of course, it's hard to argue with the essence of Johnson's commonsense message: one of the few constants in life is change, and the sooner we learn to anticipate and adjust to change, the happier we'll be. But most criticisms of the book (and there have been many) boil down to the fact that Cheese is just too reductive and simplistic, and sometimes change in our lives can and should be resisted. (It hasn't helped that the book's popularity among corporate managers has come to be associated with layoffs... er, cheese removals.) But whatever your take on Johnson's philosophy, you'd do well to keep it to yourself. Otherwise, you can count on your teenager to form the exact opposite opinion. (Ages 12 and older) --Paul Hughes -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Gebundene Ausgabe .


"The cute little story about mice and their quest for cheese might sound a bit babyish. But this is actually a book with a difference. It' s designed to help you deal with all the tricky trials in life, like how to handle moving to a new school. It really works. We wish we'd read it ages ago." (Mizz)

"If you're going through changes at home, school or with friends, this fab self-help book will get you through it. Once you've read it, you'll feel like you can do anything!" (Blush)

"Who Moved My Cheese? for Teens will help teenagers everywhere deal with the issues that really affect them" (Education Today)

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2.0 von 5 Sternen Same book as the original with different last chapter. 27. November 2002
Von Walter Reade - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Gebundene Ausgabe
The only difference between this book and the original is the last chapter, which deals with problems teens face, e.g., parental divorce, not making it onto a sports team, applying for college, etc. I reviewed the first book as follows:
"Who Moved My Cheese?" is a simple parable that illustrates the natural tendency to resist change. The uncertainty that generally accompanies change provides a level of discomfort that some try to escape. Rather than take the necessary steps for change, some people cling to old notions and actions that produce little or no results.
Of course, it has been known for decades that people tend to avoid tasks that cause physical, mental, or emotional discomfort. Why it takes a simple little story about mice and cheese for some people to understand this is beyond me. Perhaps it provides a non-threatening, feel-good reminder of what we already know about ourselves?
The problem I see with "Who Moved My Cheese?" is not the message, but the difficulty in reducing such a simple little concept into practice. Knowing that we need to "search around the maze for new cheese" is equivalent to the stock market wizards telling us to buy low and sell high, or business experts telling us that we need to possess organizational savvy to be successful. These are things we all nod our heads in agreement with . . . but then what? We are left without any guidelines for determining when we are "moving around the maze" or simply "sitting at the cheese station."
Reading "Who Moved My Cheese?" is like signing up for the membership at the health club. It sure feels good, and it can be the start to something better, but the real work is yet to come. Read the book. Ponder its contents. But expect some discomfort if you really want to make progress.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen a little condescending 2. April 2003
Von Bob C - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Gebundene Ausgabe
I love the main story, but the purpose of THIS book is to make it "for teens". This is done through a conversational beginning and final chapter, with teens talking instead of adults, as in the original. The conversations are irrlelevant to true problems and conversations with teenagers. I'd rather see some type of activities, questions or focal points for young people. Anyone who works with youth knows that you can't talk down to them. Whoever wrote these chapters, be it the regular author or an assistant, is not in tune with how to work with teenagers. The story is still excellent for teens, but needs to be surrounded by better material.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Who Moved My Cheese? 5. Dezember 2003
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Who Moved My Cheese?
By: Anthony Calabrese
I read the book Who Moved My Cheese? The book is by Spencer Johnson. The story takes place a long time ago in a cheese maze. The story is about 2 little tiny people and 2 mice. The two people get their cheese stolen. One thinks if he yells its not fair that it will just come back on its own. The other one is right because he thinks if goes and explores, he will find new cheese. It turns out the cheese wasn't stolen but it ran out because they took advantage of their amount. Their plot is that they want to find their cheese so they wont starve. The theme in this story is no matter how much you moan, that the thing that went missing wont just turn up. You have to go and find more. Life Goes On!
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1.0 von 5 Sternen What a racket... 1. September 2013
Von Jake - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Gebundene Ausgabe
My review is not based so much on the actual book, which is pretty good, as the racket they've got going. It's less than 100 pages and includes giant type and pictures just to fill it out. This is less a book, than a pamphlet in hardcover. They print the book ONLY in hardcover at a list price of $20. Then they went out and convinced a bunch of middle schools and high schools to make it required reading, forcing kids or their parents to cough up ridiculous sums for a 30-minute read. This should be a $4.95 paperback at most, or $1.99 on Kindle. This is just a total scam.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen i love it! 13. November 2002
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i love this book its the best book i ever read its helping me cope with my difficulties.
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