Joe Leone

New Normal?

New Normal? New Noraml

Over 20 million people out of work, stock market looses value in a week that in the past took weeks, months to occur and my town, a city that never had “closed” for an hour will be SHUT DOWN for over 30 days! People in my profession, the live production industry, where even the people […]

These Men and Women In Uniform Need Our Support!

These Men and Women In Uniform Need Our Support! USPS uniformed men and women

I used this title specifically to get your attention; for the many people in my family and when I had the honor to meet and work with that have served in the armed forces you know my support and gratitude is unending. But I take this moment to ask all of the Vision Pride out […]

“IT’S NOT WORKING”

This was actually a working title on something I had started back in October after reading an article from Reuters/Gary Cameron “Capitalism is Not Working.” I had picked it up in the beginning of the year again after reading an excerpt on Mr. Stain’s essay at the American Enterprise Institute from his book “The American […]

Black History Month: A Personal View

Black History Month: A Personal View

In honor of recognizing the many contributions African Americans have made historically and in this present day, I wanted to create this Black History Month Blog to honor Louis Armstrong, Sammy Davis Jr., Robert Sengstacke Abbott, and Condoleezza Rice. These four individuals have not only shaped our nation and even the world, but have had […]

The Modern Political Debate: A New Perspective to Encourage Substance over Pageantry

The Modern Political Debate: A New Perspective to Encourage Substance over Pageantry

I’ll be honest, I only watch the political chatter during the primary season with minor curiosity since I have been a registered non-partisan voter my entire voting record and the states I’ve lived in only allow voters in the party to participate. Very early on I was not someone who jumped into “group” think. I […]

Are You Living Your Life as a Journey or a Book?

Are You Living Your Life as a Journey or a Book?

Looking back at my writings and thoughts from this past holiday season, I noticed something that peaked my interest. So, I looked a little deeper into pieces I had read from others during the same time period on similar topics. Most of the stories I came across were reflective or forward thinking because of the […]

The Event Planning Recipe for Success

The Event Planning Recipe for Success

  As you can imagine when I came across this article (https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/233686) in entrepreneur.com, I was a little interested in seeing what insight they had to offer. The article was written by The “Staff” at Entrepreneur Media, Inc.” so naturally my expectations where high. Although I have been in entertainment production for over 30 years, […]

Stop Telling Your Team this Popular Catch Phrase

Stop Telling Your Team this Popular Catch Phrase

One of the most thrown around life lessons today is “you need to find work/life balance.” Ironically, it’s usually being shared by someone who can afford to have work/life balance.This was brought to my attention by my brother this past year when he and I were discussing our plans to try and scale back the […]

Six Must Have Qualities for Inclusive Leadership

Six Must Have Qualities for Inclusive Leadership

Joe’s Take on Deepa Argawal’s Six Must Have Qualities for Inclusive Leadership In Deepa Argawal’s “Six Must Have Qualities for Inclusive Leadership” article, she addresses six signature traits which propel a leader towards inclusion.. You can read the full article HERE. Joe’s Take “ I enjoyed Deepa’s take on looking for similar qualities that leaders who would be […]

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