Have you ever made a bad choice, not because of poor character or slothfulness, but because your will truly was weakened by too many decisions?

Sometimes our minds get anchored by our first perception and are unable to shift.

Abraham Lincoln once wrote that if he had six hours to chop down a tree, he would want to spend the first hour sharpening his axe.

This Saturday at KeyArena in Seattle, WGU Washington will award more than 2,600 bachelor’s and master’s degrees to the Class of 2017.

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