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  • Barbara Barbire

    Who Moved My Cheese by Spencer Johnson A simply narrative for dealing with change. Whether we are apt to change or resistant to it, great at rolling with the punches or anxious for control, this story will give insight to how you do and should embrace change in life.

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    Who Moved My Cheese? by #SpencerJohnson

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