"My business has everything to do with helping people
succeed, but that success is tied to how much they grow
personally. One of the most important factors to success is a
person's ability to take responsibility for their life. One of the
biggest limiting factors is a person's inability to take
responsibility. I loved your book because you demonstrate
the ineffective thinking that is behind blaming others. You
state that blaming is a weakness you have overcome.
Someone who has overcome a weakness is always the best
qualified to teach others how to do the same. Thanks for
writing a great book."
Bill Lewis, Hawaiian Blue Diamond Distributor, The TEAM, Policy Council Member
"Beyond Blaming presents important advice and
opportunities for growth for an organization. Author Bill
Diedrich captures and identifies examples of unproductive
and counterproductive applications of human and
organizational energies, talent, time, and resources too
frequently devoted to blame as opposed to corrective and
growth opportunities. Every organization would profit by
addressing every issue for its future potential, even if in
limiting future missteps, rather than documenting and
promoting perceived trails of fault. Beyond Blaming carries an
Dennis Koons, CAE, JD, President and CEO, Michigan Bankers Association
"If you want to move from a mindset of blaming to a mindset of
balance, Beyond Blaming by Bill Diedrich is the only book you will
ever need to read on the subject."
Philippe Matthews (Publisher: SHOCKphilosophy.com)
"Once again, William Diedrich, in his insightful book Beyond
Blaming addresses complex issues with courage and integrity. He
outlines simple yet effective strategies to resolve inner conflict, create
rich relationships and manage the paradoxes of power. In effect he
opens a kaleidoscope of possibilities enabling the reader to create a
more successful personal andprofessional life.”
Dolores Cummins, CEO, Lifelink International
"A profound and timely book. Beyond Blaming will make a
dramatic difference for those serious about increasing personal power
and inspiring extraordinary performance in others."
Tess Marshall, Author of Flying by the Seat of My Soul
What happens when you choose to give up blaming? Power is unleashed within you. Success comes more easily. Your passion is sparked and it drives you in a positive direction. With blame out of the way, your path to success is open. You can be the powerful being you are meant to be. Your organization can become a focused, engaged, highly competent group that enjoys peak performance.
The question is: "Are you interested and willing to be more powerful?" Are you willing to move out of the neighborhood of victimhood and into the tower of power? If you are, then you are invited on a journey to greatness - a journey beyond blaming."