Newly released book from Joseph E. McGuire explores victim mentality, nanny-state laws and "the blame game" that bogs down individuals and organizations.
(1888PressRelease) May 27, 2011 - NORTHVALE, NJ - The Great Blame Game Escape, a new book written and published by Joseph E. McGuire, has hit the cyber-shelves in both paperback and e-book formats. The onslaught of liability lawsuits, nanny-state laws and the general degradation of personal responsibility in our society are all covered with great humor and advice. The book is available through the author's website at www.josephemcguire.com and at www.amazon.com.
Both individuals and organizations will benefit greatly from The Great Blame Game Escape as defeating the victim mentality is a central theme in the book. "I've personally seen how the victim mentality can spread like a cancer from one or two people to entire departments in organizations. It's devastating to productivity, both on individual and group levels.," stated McGuire. The topic of personal responsibility has become front page news recently because of issues such as health care reform and the rapid expansion of the federal government.
Everything from media to politicians to the self-esteem movement in education are examined for how they contribute to "the blame game" that seems prevalent in society. Readers will feel empowered and get a better sense of how they can use personal responsibility to improve their personal and professional lives. Organizations can also use it as a tool for employees to realize that they have the power to achieve on their own. A free excerpt is available at www.josephemcguire.com.
Joseph E. McGuire has worked in the high-tech field for 20 years, holds a Masters degree in Corporate & Organizational Communications and has had a front-row seat for just about every responsibility antic imaginable. Joe has extensive experience using his writing talents for commercial purposes such as marketing materials and advertising copy. Combining a sense of humor, an ability to not take himself so seriously and a knack for writing about societal observations, writing The Great Blame Escape seemed like a natural fit. Joe lives in New Jersey with his wife, Sue, and two children.