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My sophomore year of high school I was in an automobile accident and sustained a severe traumatic brain injury.
I find the most persistent nemesis is OVERWHELM -- doing too much, with too little time, too little energy and completely burning out.
Q&A with an undergraduate student mentor in the College of Business
WGU Missouri student Max Derevencha is a first-generation college student who is working on earning his bachelor’s degree in Information Technology-Security.
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