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December 11, 2022

Career Change & Autism: Tips for Flexibly Transitioning into Your Passion

Switching careers is never easy, but it might feel even harder with the added challenges of autism. Many people on the spectrum are interested in pursuing their passions but unsure where to start. This blog post is for all the corporate workers who have side hustles, are on the spectrum, and thinking about making a career change. We will be giving tips for flexibly transitioning into your passion and overcoming any hurdles that may arise. And who knows, this might Read More
January 1, 2023

Diagnosed late with Neurodiversity & Masking

Neurodiversity and masking are two terms that have become increasingly more well-known in recent years. With growing awareness, many are finding themselves relating to the symptoms and experiences that come with being neurodiverse. For adults who have been diagnosed late or have yet to receive a diagnosis, the news can be overwhelming. However, the good news is that there are still steps you can take to improve your life and wellbeing. In this blog post, we’ll be diving into what Read More
December 18, 2022

How to Successfully Juggle Multiple Priorities as a Project Manager

Being a project manager is no easy feat, and if you're someone who juggles multiple priorities, it can become even more overwhelming. However, it's possible to successfully handle multiple tasks and projects if you approach them correctly. This blog post will discuss tips and tricks to help you manage all your responsibilities efficiently and effectively without losing your mind. Whether you have side hustles or not, these strategies can help you stay on top of your projects, remain productive, and Read More
December 4, 2022

Neurodiversity in the workplace and how to keep yourself organised

Welcome to Divine Enigma A platform dedicated to supporting neurodiverse professionals, particularly project managers and working professionals. Neurodiversity refers to the idea that all human beings vary in neurocognitive ability. As someone diagnosed with dyslexia and ADHD, I believe being neurodivergent is a superpower and not something to be ashamed of. Navigating the workplace as a neurodiverse individual can be challenging, however, am happy to share my experiences and insights on managing dyslexia as a project manager. What is Neurodiversity? Read More

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