Seberson eventually learned how to hide her condition, though, and became a straight A student through college. However, it still became too much for her when she moved to America, and she realized she needed to address her dyslexia problem. She then spent 36 hours in the library learning about her condition, and from there, she came up with the idea of Executive Mind. Since then, she has enjoyed working with people with dyslexia and has a team of professionals to helps the company grow.
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