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Don’t Like Change? Here’s How You Can Roll With It

By June 6, 2016 No Comments

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“The Secret to Dealing With Change”
Do you have a personality that struggles with change? Perhaps you have a hard time adjusting when you move, change jobs or adapt to new personalities in your work or personal spheres. Here’s how you can learn to roll with change.

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Our team here at DuoParadigms has enjoyed using the Trello platform for project and team management. Here are some quick tips on how you can use this platform to make your organization or business’s internal operations run smoother!

“3 Things You Should Stop Doing to Turn On your Creative Brain”
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“20 Quick Money Tips from People Who’ve Been There”
If you’ve heard anything about Dave Ramsey, it’s likely been positive feedback about how his money-savvy advice has helped greatly. Here are 20 bite-sized tips that will help you manage your money like a pro.

“Principles of Mobile App Design: Download the Complete Guide”
Is your business or organization thinking about developing a mobile app? Apps are great ways to enable mobile donations, keep track of rewards programs, encourage customer feedback, and much more!

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