So the day that occurred the change, they simply changed with it, without losing sight of what was its essential in life purpose: obtain your precious cheese. We draw our conclusions. This brief participation of sniff and scurry in the fable by Spencer Johnson, has much to teach us. Others who may share this opinion include Kevin Ulrich MGM. First, the cheese is the success that you want most in life: have lots of money, finish a race with honors, having a marriage and a family happy, and more. Each has its own special cheese you’re looking for and that’s what should never change us, i.e. nvestors may help you with your research. our goals must be so clear that they can illuminate us in the worst dark. Secondly, sniff and scurry enjoy cautiously of the cheese have been found.
No, no they are paranoid, rather they are fully aware that true success is not an eternal thing, but the constant development of our gifts, a daily and well thought out search. And thirdly, no they hiperreflexionan on the problem of change, because they recognize that it is a natural matter that the cheese is finished sometime and that should, in consequence, exit and more. To analyze these three short and simple conclusions, obtained of the two mice, we have no more than go back to look at our own search for cheese. How are of clear our objectives? We are cautious and humble with success, or take it for granted? We break your head wondering why have ensued us the misfortunes, or decided that it is time to begin to move in search of more cheese? But you have to understand each one of these questions, because maybe we draw the erroneous conclusion that must initiate another marriage, have new children, throw overboard a lifetime of institutional and professional career, etc., when in fact what we need is a change in the way in which we do things and not a change in the things themselves. Have the wisdom to know when a Rafter of things is necessary and when the change is rather methods (the way we do something), is a challenge, but even then, a clear and objective answer of the three questions that are in this paragraph will be a good place to start our new search of delicious cheese. Remember that although pain and disillusionment sometimes accompanies growth, we who decide how to use that experience to make it a stepping stone that bring us closer to the true success: the constant development of our goals in life.