5th On My Wishlist

By the author of Who Moved My Cheese?, Dr. Johnson Spencer, Peaks and Valleys is the latest book that I put on my wish-list. I enjoyed Who Moved My Cheese? so much, [read my review] and this book is definitely a must-read book for me.

Peaks and Valleys by Dr. Johnson Spencer 

Peaks and Valleys is a story of a young man who lives unhappily in a valley until he meets an old man who lives on a peak, and it changes his work and life forever. Initially, the young man does not realize he is talking with one of the most peaceful and successful people in the world. However, through a series of conversations and experiences that occur up on peaks and down in valleys, the young man comes to make some startling discoveries. Eventually, he comes to understand how he can use the old man's remarkable principles and practical tools in good and bad times and becomes more calm and successful himself. Now you can take a similar journey through the story and use what you find to your advantage in your own work and life. []

Reader's Comment
Peaks and Valleys is a wonderful book. A very quick read - I read it over one of my lunch hours. I have always liked Who Moved My Cheese and repeatedly had brought that book out to re-read when I am feeling a little stuck. Peaks and Valleys encourages me to look at things differently - I may get stuck in a valley occasionally, but it all depends on how I look at it. What maybe a valley, could actually be a peak - it's all in my focus. I encourage everyone to read it and can't wait to start sharing it with my family - Bill

Why I want to read Peaks and Valleys?
  • I loved Who Moved My Cheese?
  • To get motivated and improve myself.
  • The story is interesting and meaningful.
  • Dr. Johnson Spencer is a great writer.   
That's all for now. Have a great weekend. Ciao... 


A Simple Love of Reading said...

Sounds like an interesting book! Here's mine:

cj'alhafiz said...

yup...It's definitely an interesting book. I can tell...=)

pussreboots said...

Hope you get your book. Here's what I'm wishing for this week.

Book Chick City said...

This one doesn't sound like my cup of tea, but I hope you can your hands on a copy soon! :)