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While in the past we may have wanted loyal employees, today we need flexible people who are not possessive about “the way things are done around here.”

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can see it would be to our advantage to do the simple things that work when things change.

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The mice did not overanalyze things. To the mice, the problem and the answer were both simple. The situation at Cheese Station C had changed. So, Sniff and Scurry decided to change.

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While Sniff and Scurry had quickly moved on, Hem and Haw continued to hem and haw. They ranted and raved at the injustice of it all.

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The More Important Your Cheese Is To You The More You Want To Hold On To It.

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We keep doing the same things over and over again and wonder why things don’t get better.

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If You Do Not Change, You Can Become Extinct.

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he would get out of his comfort zone and adapt to change sooner. It would make things easier.

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Smell The Cheese Often So You Know When It Is Getting Old

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Movement In A New Direction Helps You Find New Cheese.

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Once he had gotten past his fear, it turned out to be more enjoyable than he once believed it could be.

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Imagining Yourself Enjoying Your New Cheese Leads You To It.

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He wondered why he had always thought that a change would lead to something worse. Now he realized that change could lead to something better.

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The Quicker You Let Go Of Old Cheese, The Sooner You Find New Cheese.

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It Is Safer To Search In The Maze, Than Remain In A Cheeseless Situation.

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what you are afraid of is never as bad as what you imagine. The fear you let build up in your mind is worse than the situation that actually exists.

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Old Beliefs Do Not Lead You To New Cheese.

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when you change what you believe, you change what you do.

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When You See That You Can Find And Enjoy New Cheese, You Change Course.

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Noticing Small Changes Early Helps You Adapt To The Bigger Changes That Are To Come.

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realized that he had started to change as soon as he had learned to laugh at himself and at what he had been doing wrong. He realized the fastest way to change is to laugh at your own folly—then you can let go and quickly move on.

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the biggest inhibitor to change lies within yourself, and that nothing gets better until you change.

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Change Happens They Keep Moving The Cheese Anticipate Change Get Ready For The Cheese To Move Monitor Change Smell The Cheese Often So You Know When It Is Getting Old Adapt To Change Quickly The Quicker You Let Go Of Old Cheese, The Sooner You Can Enjoy New Cheese Change Move With The Cheese Enjoy Change! Savor The Adventure And Enjoy The Taste Of New Cheese! Be Ready To Change Quickly And Enjoy It Again & Again They Keep Moving The Cheese

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They didn’t notice they needed to change what had once been working.”

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“Our Sniffs could sniff out changes in the marketplace, so they helped us update our corporate vision. They were encouraged to identify how the changes could result in new products and services our customers would want. The Sniffs loved it and told us they enjoyed working in a place that recognized change and adapted in time.

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“Our Scurrys liked to get things done, so they were encouraged to take actions, based on the new corporate vision. They just needed to be monitored so they didn’t scurry off in the wrong direction. They were then rewarded for actions that brought us New Cheese. They liked working in a company that valued action and results.”

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the Hems were the anchors that slowed us down,” Michael answered. “They were either too comfortable or too afraid to change.

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“Our Hems told us they wanted to work in a place that was safe, so the change needed to make sense to them and increase their sense of security. When they realized the real danger of not changing, some of them changed and did well.

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our Haws were initially hesitant, they were open-minded enough to learn something new, act differently and adapt in time to help us succeed. “They came to expect change and actively look for it.

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perhaps the ‘Old Cheese’ is just old behavior. What we really need to let go of is the behavior that is the cause of our bad relationships. And then move on to a better way of thinking and acting.”

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