The sequel to Who Moved My Cheese?, the beloved 28-million-copy bestseller that became a worldwide sensation.
Wall Street Journal Bestseller
In his trademark style that has won tens of millions of fans, Dr. Spencer Johnson once again shares a simple story that offers profound truths about how to transform your life.
When we first met them in Who Moved My Cheese?, two mouse-sized characters named Hem and Haw were faced with unexpected change, when the Cheese they loved suddenly disappeared. Haw learned how to deal with that change successfully by setting off in search of New Cheese. But Hem remained stuck where he was.
Now Out of the Maze reveals what Hem did next--and how his discoveries can help you unlock the riddle of whatever mazes you may face yourself.
When you follow Hem and his new friend, Hope, on their new journey, you'll discover how to get more out of life by thinking outside the box. Or, in this case, outside the Maze.
Written for all ages and backgrounds, this story takes less than an hour to read, yet its insights can last for a lifetime.
About the Author
Spencer Johnson, M.D., was the author or coauthor of many New York Times bestsellers, including Who Moved My Cheese?, The Present, Peaks and Valleys, and (with Ken Blanchard) The One Minute Manager, the world's most popular management method. His books have been translated into 44 languages and have helped tens of millions of people around the world. His education included a B.A. in psychology from the University of Southern California, an M.D. from the Royal College of Surgeons, and medical clerkships at Harvard Medical School and the Mayo Clinic. He died in 2017.
Praise for Out of the Maze: An A-Mazing Way to Get Unstuck
"Out of the Maze is a short, sweet, cheesy (yes) book — but it’s a calming, quick read and is likely to be in huge demand as an optimistic, accessible way to start thinking about change." - The Financial Times
"This story is for everyone who is facing a difficult situation in life — which everyone does at one time or another. Has something disappeared in your life, much like the two main characters, Hem and Haw, lost their cheese? You can stop going about trying to retrieve what you’ve lost and escape from a maze of indecision. [Out of the Maze] truly can help you let go of old baggage and explore the impossible by choosing a new belief.
— Florida Times-Union