Who Moved My Cheese?
The book Who Moved My Cheese? shared insights about adapting to change. Change is inevitable in our daily life, may it be at home, school, and workplace. The four characters symbolize different personalities of a person. There are those people who are open-minded and can easily cope up with the changes happening in their lives. There are also people who are decisive and can make decisions quickly and confidently. On the other hand, there are those people who fear change. They are the ones who are close-minded and they tend to overanalyze things ending up confused and stuck in their current situation.
Just like the 4 characters in the book, we have different ways of adapting and accepting changes in our lives. It would always depend on how we see things. It would depend on our goals and our disposition in life.
I consider myself as Haw in the story. Sometimes, I am indecisive when it comes to decision making but I always look on the brighter side. I adapt to change even if I fear much about the process. What will happen? Will I be successful? What’s next? Is this the right and best thing to do? These are some of the questions that I ask myself when it comes to decision making. But despite all these uncertainties, I always accept the challenge of embracing change. It is good to change because you learn new things and it makes you become a better person in the long run. It makes you feel better because you challenge yourself.
At home, school, and workplace, change is good because nothing is constant. The world is changing and we need to cope up with it. Life is a constant battle that we have to face and fight. We need to embrace the inevitable, change for the better, and hopefully, it makes us a better version of who we are and we are able to manage and cope up with the day to day challenges in life!
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