Leading with an abundance mindset

Leading with an abundance mindset

Throughout my tenure at aytm I went from being a one-person team to managing a team of several incredible people. Through this experience I learned to persevere, to be humble, to see the future in others, and to empower individuals using building blocks of core ethics needed for success. 

Building and managing a team is not only about assessing and honing skill sets, but also a constant interaction of inspiring, listening, learning, teaching, caring, assessing, refining, and applying. Mind you, this is a multi-direction, multi-faceted approach that takes self-discipline. Trust, communication, transparency, humility, responsibility, vision, and perseverance are very important character traits needed for success. I’ve learned that even while I was mentoring others, I was being mentored as well by surrounding myself with individuals based on those very traits.

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Survey Results: Americans Speak Out About the Casey Anthony Trial

Survey Results: Americans Speak Out About the Casey Anthony Trial

There is no doubt that a majority of eyes were glued to the television watching Casey Anthony in a heap of nerves before the jury. In fact, after surveying a representative sample of the US residents, AYTM reports over 50% of people have been tuned in to the mysterious and jaw dropping case of Casey Anthony on a regular basis.

You Be the Judge

There were 7 possible charges the jury deliberated last week: First-Degree Murder, Second Degree Murder, Aggravated Manslaughter, Aggravated Child Abuse, and Providing False Information to law enforcement. This jury had to put aside the media coverage and their personal opinions to bring forth a verdict based on evidence presented to them and they did just that, shocking the nation with a not-guilty verdict.
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