Out Of The Maze

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Title: Exit the spiral

Author: Johnson Spencer

Translator: Mehrab Hassanvand

Publisher: Alves

Subject: Transformation (Psychology)

Another title:Out Of The Maze: An Amazing Way to Liberation

Age category: Adult

Number of pages: 112

Language: Farsi

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Introducing the book Out Of The Maze by Spencer Johnson
Out Of The Maze is the title of another work by Dr. Spencer Johnson, author of the best-selling book “Who Moved My Cheese?” Is. In fact, “Out of the Spiral” is the sequel to “Who Moved My Cheese,” which, according to Amazon in 2005, was the best-selling book in the entire history of the website. “Most people who read the original story (Who Moved My Cheese) would like to know more,” Johnson wrote in his note on “Leaving the Spiral.”

There are many reasons in their minds. Why do we sometimes adapt so quickly and accept change easily when in many cases this is impossible for us ?! “How do we describe success for ourselves in the first place?” Published by Alus Publications and made available to interested parties.
Spencer Johnson, author of Who Moved My Cheese, after the book was published; He wrote another book to continue the same book, entitled Exit from the Spiral. This author, who has written many psychology books so far, can read the mind of his reader well and the audience can follow their wishes. By reading this book, you will discover many points and you will be able to have a different life.

Excerpt from the book Out Of The Maze
Most people who read the original story (Who Moved My Cheese) would like to know more; There are many reasons in their minds. Why do we sometimes adapt so quickly and accept change easily when in many cases this is impossible for us ?! “Basically, how do we describe success for ourselves?” He believes that answering these questions requires going one step further than reading his previous book, and for this reason, he wrote Out of the Spiral.

About Spencer Johnson
Dr. Spencer Johnson, better known as Patrick Spencer Johnson, is the author of a series of motivational and success books, as well as the American physician who is called the King of Allegory because he gives simple and practical answers to very complex questions.

Born on November 24, 1938, in Watertown, South Dakota, USA, one of the world’s most beloved and great writers in the field of psychology and medicine was born.
He graduated from Notre Dame High School in Sherman Aux, California in 1957 and received a master’s degree in art from a university in Southern California in 1963. But he received his M.D. (a doctorate for physicians) from Royal College Aberland. He spent some time as an intern at the Mayo Clinic and Harvard Medical School.
Throughout his career, he has held various positions including director of medicine at Medtronic (inventor of the heartbeat), consultant at the University of Southern California School of Medicine, and medical researcher at the Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies.

He lived for a time in Hawaii and then in New Hampshire, England, and finally died on July 3, 2017 at the age of 78 in San Diego.
He is the author of Lifestyle Change Books, which have been translated into more than 40 living languages.
The stories and anecdotes he has told so far have changed the jobs and lives of millions around the world. Dr. Spencer Johnson usually writes his books in a narrative way, and this allegorical and narrative tone attracts a large audience and distinguishes him from other speakers and authors of motivational and psychological books.

“Most people who read the original story (Who Moved My Cheese) would like to know more; there are many reasons why. Sometimes we adapt quickly, “We accept change easily, while in many cases it is impossible for us to do so. How do we describe success for ourselves in the first place?” He believes that answering these questions requires going one step further than reading his previous book, and for this reason, he wrote Out of the Spiral.

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