How Enneagram Ones and Fours Work Together

Ones and Fours generally have some opposite traits and other traits that overlap. Both can be intense and idealistic and they desire to do good. They may have an easier time understanding one another’s motivations and challenges.

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Myers-Briggs Framework: Part I

The Myers-Briggs assessment is a personality framework widely used by individuals and teams. Knowing your type can help you identify your strengths and weaknesses, and learn how your particular personality relates to each of the other types.

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How Semantic HTML Improves the Accessibility of a Website

As web developers, we need to make sure that the way in which we build our sites and applications doesn't make them difficult, or even impossible, for some of our users to use. In this post, we'll discuss how using semantic HTML can improve the accessibility of a website and earn easy accessibility wins without much, if any, extra code.

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Responding to Disputed Charges

It can be frustrating to be on the receiving end of a dispute. But depending on the situation, there is hope that it can be resolved in your favor. Let's walk through some best practices on responding to disputed charges. Since we use Stripe for our SaaS products, we’ll focus on responding to disputes via the Stripe dashboard.

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Giving and Receiving Feedback by Enneagram Type

Feedback is an important part of the workplace, but not everyone gives or responds to feedback in the same way. Because our personality traits affect how we interact with others, they also impact how we handle constructive criticism with our team. Here's a look at how each Enneagram type approaches feedback.

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