Spencer Johnson, who was reputed as the ” father of cheese” in the book ” who touched my cheese”, is one of the most popular and respected writers in the world, and is currently an adviser to the center for public administration at Harvard university’s Kennedy school of politics. He is good at telling realistic wisdom with vivid stories. His relaxed and lively allegorical style is both inspiring and shocking. He is praised as ” the wise man who is best at providing simple and effective solutions to complex problems”. His latest work ” Peak and Valley” tells a fable about how individuals can achieve self-transcendence and how enterprises can maintain the driving force for sustainable development. In the book, he puts forward his – latest concept – Peak and Valley Theory, which he believes can help people honestly face the objective facts – how to rise rapidly from the trough and reach the peak, how to extend the peak as far as possible, and how to conquer the next peak.
The following is the essence of peak-valley theory:
In our work and life, everyone will encounter peaks and valleys, which is the normal life.