[QUOTE=msmith537The only flaw in the book is it’s length. I could sum it up in one sentence “get off your ass and go do whatever you have to so you can pay the bills.”[/QUOTE]
You know, I would find it pretty goddam insane if I was working some job for several years, only to be laid off, and then find that my boss spent $20 to buy a book to tell me that, except with little cartoons of mice interspersed within. I mean, I’ve been a good worker, and they just need to save a little money, and so, therefore, sorry, but don’t bother coming here tomorrow, and if you have any complaints, here’s a book about how to deal with change. Severance pay? Why do you need that? This book will tell you how to deal with change.
I don’t know, but every time I’ve looked at the book, it seems that “change” is just a code word for “geting laid off because the higher-ups that deserve it want to deflect blame.” Basically, a book that tries to tell someone like me why I shouldn’t be pissed that my CEO needs to downsize something other than his $8,000 shower curtains. Oh, yeah, it’s just that my cheese got moved. No goddam problem.