Tierra Destiny Reid







"The beautiful thing about living your truth is that there is no right or wrong. It's your truth. How you express it is where the choice comes in to play."





New View with Joyce Bone

TDR:  What issues are you most passionate about in your community?    

Joyce: Personal transformation. I am passionate about helping others reach their peak potential.

TDR: What are most of your philanthropy efforts typically directed towards serving?

Joyce: Women and youth. I coach these two groups extensively via my own programs as well as contributing time to others.

TDR:  How do you define leadership?    

Joyce: Being willing to step up, lead in a collaborative, relational style, while getting work done and having personal responsibility for outcomes.

TDR:  How do you define your leadership style?

Joyce: Relational, enthusiastic, collaborative, and frank.

TDR:  What would be the most painful lesson that you've learned in life that has helped you become who you are today?

Joyce: The most painful lesson that I've learned in life that has helped me become who I am today: That life is short. There is no reason good enough not to go after what your heart desires most.

TDR:  What would people be surprised to know that you had to overcome?

Joyce: A lot! Financial stress, relationship stress, sexual abuse, addiction, deaths. People look at me and think I have it easy. This has never been the case. I have always worked really hard and forced myself to bounce back in difficult times.

TDR:  Name 3 leaders that you look up to. 

Joyce: My dad, Raymond Cash (late mentor and business partner), and the late Wayne Dyer.

TDR:  Name 3 of your favorite books.

Joyce: I read all the time. It would be hard for me to pinpoint 3 favorites. The Four Agreements helped me relationally. Brian Tracy's work is always good and of course my own book was a labor of love, and in my humble opinion, a great book, Millionaire Moms: The Art of Raising a Family and a Business at the Same Time.

TDR:  What is your advice for emerging leaders?

Joyce: Get busy. Take action and use the feedback to adjust until you succeed.

TDR:  Complete this sentence…5 years ago I was…

Joyce: In a tough place. My brother and father just died.


TDR:  Complete this sentence…5 years from now I hope to be…

Joyce: Feeling like all the decades of effort had led up to that time of my life. That I will be able to look around satisfied by where I am at: my family and business flourishing, and my health strong enjoying the fruits of my labor.

TDR:  If you could describe yourself in one word, what would it be and why?

Joyce: Tough. Because I am resilient.

TDR: What are some of your current initiatives people can help you with? 

Joyce: I am building my coaching practice so am always looking for ways to be better and to serve more people. Any influence in those two areas are always appreciated.

Connect with Joyce

Facebook: Joyce Bone (Professional Page)
Joyce Grimes Bone (Personal Page)
Linkedin: Joyce Bone
Instagram: Joyce_Bone
Twitter joycebone
Pintrest: Joyce Bone
Periscope: Joyce Bone

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