Being busy is not its own reward, especially if you're in over your head and not tying activity to data that has impact. You should set yourself up for success by maintaining balance and avoiding unnecessary effort.
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- Salt Lake Community CollegeInformation Systems, 2010
- Weber State UniversityNetwork Administration, Web Development, 2012
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