If you like "Who Moved My Cheese?" by Spencer Johnson...

If you liked "Who Moved My Cheese", you may also like these books about
change and motivation:

"Attitude Is Everything for Success" by Keith D. Harrell
Annotation from the book jacket: "This is an enlightening, inspiring,
and practical guide for gaining control of your career and your life by
ridding yourself of negative attitudinal baggage, building positive
attitudes, and then turning them into actions to help you achieve your

"The Comfort Trap, or, What if You're Riding a Dead Horse" by Judith
Annotation from the Library's catalog: "Does this sound familiar? You've
been in the same job for fifteen years, you're on your sixth
administration (but, hey, who's counting?), and it looks like it will
take a stick of dynamite to get you to jump ship; You know there's
something missing from your marriage, but you can't bear to rock that
familiar old boat; You know what you should do -- the habit you need to
break, the friendship you need to leave behind, the conversation you
need to insist on, the risk you need to confront -- but you can't get
yourself to do it. You're stuck in a comfort zone. Bestselling author
Judith Sills says -- face it, the horse is dead. Then she shows you how
to get off."

"Fish! A Remarkable Way to Boost Morale and Improve Results" by Stephen
C. Lundin Annotation from the Library's catalog: "In this engrossing
parable, a fictional manager is charged with the responsibility of
turning a chronically unenthusiastic and unhelpful department into an
effective team. Addressing today's work issues (including employee
retention and burnout) with an appealing message that applies to any
sector of any organization, "Fish!" offers wisdom that is easy to grasp,
instantly applicable, and profound--the hallmarks of a true business

"Whale Done! The Power of Positive Relationships" by Kenneth H.
Annotation from the Library's catalog: "The dramatic, inspirational
story of how to supercharge effectiveness at work and at home uses the
positive, trust-building techniques learned from training killer

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Mary M. Buck