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Who Was Spencer Johnson?
Dr. Patrick Spencer Johnson (November 24, 1938 – July 3, 2017) was an American physician and author, known for the ValueTales series of children’s books, and for his 1998 self-help book Who Moved My Cheese? which recurred on the New York Times Bestseller list and the Publishers Weekly Hardcover nonfiction list. Johnson was chairman of Spencer Johnson Partners.
The 10 Best Spencer Johnson Books of All Time
Why these best Spencer Johnson books and not others? The best Spencer Johnson books below are the top picks from my long list of all Spencer Johnson’s books, ranked by a combination of Goodreads rating, number of Goodreads reviews and publication date. The aim is to surface what’s most loved, what’s most popular and what’s proven timelessly relevant.
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Spencer Johnson Quotes
“Having Cheese Makes You Happy”
“The more important your cheese is to you, the more you want to hold on to it.”
“If you do not change, you can become extinct.”
“What would you do if you weren’t afraid?”
“Smell the cheese often so you know when it’s getting old.”
“Movement in a new direction helps you find new cheese.”
“When you stop being afraid, you feel good!”
“Imagining yourself enjoying your new cheese leads you to it.”
“The quicker you let go of old cheese, the sooner you find new cheese.”
“It is safer to search in the maze than remain in a cheeseless situation.”
“The fear you let build up in your mind is worse than the situation that actually exists.”
“Old beliefs do not lead you to new cheese.”
“When you change what you believe, you change what you do.”
“When you see that you can find and enjoy new cheese, you change course.”
“Noticing small changes early helps you adapt to the bigger changes that are to come.”
“The fastest way to change is to laugh at your own folly – then you can let go and quickly move on.”
“Move with the cheese and enjoy it!”
“A change imposed is a change opposed.”