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Who Ate My Cheese?: A Nauseating Treatise on Cheese and Its Comsumption

3.53  ·  Rating Details  ·  177 Ratings  ·  11 Reviews
You read the famous cheese book and digested its message. Perhaps it even moved you. Now here's your chance for a fresh perspective, an opportunity to understand cheese from the bottom up.
Paperback, 55 pages
Published April 1st 2008 by
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Apr 17, 2013 Andrew rated it it was ok
Shelves: career
Heard about this book in a discussion at work, I was told it was a really exciting book that leaves you with a lot to think about. Having read this book, it is pretty much explaining that if you get to cosy in the same job for a long period you can become extinct and unemployable. So weigh up your options along the way and try and adapt to new technologies.

Generally speaking it's a poor book that really shouldn't be as famous as it is.
Reem Radi
Mar 22, 2013 Reem Radi rated it liked it
What I liked is the fact that the rat wrote what he learned on the wall!!
Always write down what you learned from life so you don't have to repeat your mistakes over and over again!
Alex Laycock
Apr 01, 2013 Alex Laycock rated it it was ok
laboured through this until i got to the one page that really helped me

Oct 24, 2008 Miso marked it as to-read
My lecturer said this is a good read.
So I want to check it out myself!
Sister Pam
Apr 04, 2011 Sister Pam rated it it was ok
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Pithy, but the author made a few worthy points that seemed like common sense.
Feb 03, 2012 Sashi added it
Great book on adopting/adapting pleasantly to changes in work life
I loved it. It challenged my principles.
Oct 26, 2012 Thomas rated it liked it
Not much that I didn't already know.
Mar 23, 2009 Lucila added it
very funny and very true!
Nov 02, 2008 Grace rated it really liked it
Don't be afraid of changes.
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My goal in writing is to share ideas, experiences, and the lessons I’ve learned. I hope to make my readers laugh, cry, consider, evaluate, and think, “I get it.” In that moment you and I will be joined across time and space. To me that is the marvel of written words. Readers, my work means nothing without you.
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