Out of the Maze: An A-Mazing Way to Get Unstuck

Out of the Maze: An A-Mazing Way to Get Unstuck

The posthumous sequel to Who Moved My Cheese?, the classic parable that became a worldwide sensation. Who Moved My Cheese? offered millions of readers relief for an evergreen problem: unanticipated and unwelcome change. Now its long-awaited sequel digs deeper, to show how readers can adapt their beliefs and achieve better results in any field. Johnson's theme is that all of The posthumous sequel to Who Moved My Cheese?, the classic parable that became a worldwide sensation. Who Mov...

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Title:Out of the Maze: An A-Mazing Way to Get Unstuck
Author:Spencer Johnson
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Genres:Self Help
ISBN:Out of the Maze
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:96 pages pages

Out of the Maze: An A-Mazing Way to Get Unstuck Reviews

  • Tami Winbush
    Dec 11, 2018
    Great new thought process. Make sure to read Who Moved my Cheese first. The two books go hand-in-hand and will complement each other. Never be left behind and caught in your own devised "maze". Keep on thinking and have hope. ...
  • Eric
    Dec 09, 2018
    Helpful and insightful addition to the classic, "Who Moved My Cheese." This book examines beliefs, how beliefs keep us from moving forward to find new cheese, and how to overcome and adapt to new beliefs to help create new experiences. ...
  • Fiona
    Nov 23, 2018
    A sequel to Who Moved My Cheese?. A nice homily about opening your mind to new ideas. It will be a useful tool for making teams think about working better together and bringing everyone on board, even the Luddites. With thanks to NetGalley and Penguin Random House UK / Ebury Publish...
  • Meredith B.  (readingwithmere)
    Mar 11, 2019
    4 Stars! This was a real unique read. My Dad and I have been able to read all of Spencer's books together. When I heard a new one was coming out, I knew that I had to read with him again. Thanks so much to Portfolio/Putnam for gifting us copies to read together! Have you ever fel...
  • Olga Miret
    Nov 14, 2018
    Thanks to NetGalley and to Ebury Digital for providing me an ARC copy of this book that I freely chose to review. Although Who Moved My Cheese? was published a long time ago (in 1998) and I had seen it around, I only learned more about it when I was working on the translation of a se...
  • D.j. Lang
    Mar 26, 2019
    I read 'Out of the Maze' by Spencer Johnson (published posthumously by his children) in one day. It's only 84 pages. It's an inspirational type of book. This book follows up on Johnson's book 'Who Moved My Cheese?' While I would have chosen a different word than "beliefs" as in "Old be...
  • Lizy
    Oct 19, 2018
    Out of the Maze is the post-humous sequel to Who Moved My Cheese. It's short and doesn't mince words while addressing questions left over from the first book, namely, "how can I adapt?" Most of the book covers Haw, the Littleperson who's looking for cheese in the maze and is struggling...
  • عبدالرحمن عقاب
    Feb 17, 2019
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  • Anton
    Nov 27, 2018
    A business fable and a follow-up to a famous "Who moved my cheese?". Many thanks to the publisher and NetGalley for sharing the ARC. I see what the author is trying to do here and why fable is chosen to deliver the message... But personally, while I agree with the premises and concl...
  • Victoria
    Dec 31, 2018
    Letting go of old beliefs. ...
  • Bent Hansen
    Jan 15, 2019
    The late Spencer Johnson's books are delightful fables about matters relevant both to leadership, management and everyday life. This one - published posthumously - is a sequel to the worldwide bestseller Who Moved My Cheese? and generally follows the same pattern of black-and-white cha...
  • Summer
    Dec 26, 2018
    I believe this book came into my life in the right moment. I can't express how much I am inspired by the story and how much it motivates me to look for my own "Cheese" and better, "Apples". It inspires readers to think outside of the box (changing your beliefs/thinking) so that you cou...
  • Theediscerning
    Nov 11, 2018
    Hmmm? Having never read the first book, I did at first wonder if this was only going to appeal to returning audiences. But I don't think it matters in the end ? but I still don't think this is a classic. The framing device hammers morals down (and drops into religion, at the worst ...
  • heyitsbookishme
    Feb 20, 2019
    Review: https://heyitsbookishme.wordpress.com... After 20 years of success with Who Moved My Cheese?, Spencer Johnson returns with a sequel, Out of the Maze. Unfortunately, due to his passing in July 2017 from pancreatic cancer, he was unable to feel the finished copy in his hands. ...
  • Nessy Dimitrova
    Jan 29, 2019
    I read this book thanks to Blinkist. I?d rather read about the power of belief in a way that?s not written for 4 year olds. The key message in these blinks: It can be difficult to let go of old sources of happiness or success and the beliefs we develop about them, but it i...
  • Amy-GallivantingPages
    Feb 01, 2019
    Does it lift you up or hold you down? Simplifies life?s challenges and teaches you how to adapt and get after your goals. ...
  • Tapan Modi
    May 14, 2019
    Short and sweet. ...
  • Megan Thomas
    Nov 22, 2018
    You?ve got to read this for what it is - a parable-sequel, self-help style, simple story about people living in a maze of cheese. It sounds simple truths, but ones that need reiterating often in society and specifically the business world. It?s a sequel, but doesn?t need to be re...
  • Maria
    Jan 29, 2019
    Human beliefs are divided in two categories: the core and the peripheral. Core are considered your strong beliefs, your values and guiding principles. The more flexible ones , the ones that are easier to change are considered your peripheral principles Like explained in the book,...
  • René Paquin
    Feb 07, 2019
    De la pure paycho pop. Mais des fois, a fait du bien d?en lire! ...
  • Dilip Kanagaraj
    Feb 05, 2019
    It thoughts how our belief can change anything. Beliefs can lift us up or bring us down. Life is not only in the maze you have to think outside of maze. ...
  • Thomas
    Dec 07, 2018
    Great book! I liked this even better than Who Moved My Cheese and I feel like this book really completes the original and compliments it quite well. I will absolutely apply many lessons from this book to my career and my personal life. I really like how author, Spencer Johnson conv...
  • Samantha
    Jan 09, 2019
    This sequel by the late Dr. Johnson expands on the ?who moved my cheese? fable which has been applied to various business thinking concepts and ideologies. It?s not the best business self-help book out there but not the worst. It?s a little bland and repetitive but short enough...
  • Kate Ellis
    Nov 17, 2018
    I first read the prequel to this book Who Moved My Cheese over 15 years ago and found it very helpful. Fortunately I listened to my audio version of Who Moved My Cheese just a few weeks ago. Out of the Maze written by the late Spencer Johnson follows on and is a very quick read. My ...
  • Sultan
    Feb 06, 2019
    It?s posthumous sequel to ?Who moved my cheese ??? a nice book with powerful message that opens your mind to new ideas and It simplifies life challenge and teaches you how to adapt get after your goals in life and work. It is about letting go of old beliefs and let you wonde...
  • Michael
    Jan 07, 2019
    Short and sweet with a powerful message. The message is simple in concept that can be impactful if reflectively internalized. ...
  • Alicia Loudermilk
    Feb 28, 2019
    It was a pretty dry read but i did get a lot out of it. Good book for you when you're stuck but I wouldn't read out for pleasure ...
  • Hélène Robineau
    Mar 13, 2019
    Bonne suite de "Qui a piqu mon fromage". Matire rflexion. Se lit rapidement. Solutions mettre en application dans notre vie! ...
  • Nadeen Matthews
    Mar 05, 2019
    A quick read for those leading or going through professional or personal change. All common sense but sometimes a new packaging doesn?t hurt. 1) Old beliefs don?t lead you to new cheese 2) An old belief can hold you prisoner 3) What would you do if you believed it was possibl...
  • Darwish  3
    Mar 06, 2019
    * Old believe do not lead you to new cheese. ...