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Real Talk: Dealing with Self-Doubt

If you experience moments of self-doubt or fear, you’re not alone. Tons of successful people — including the people you might admire — go through it every single day.

But… how does one push through moments of self-doubt?

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UMC Fun -N- Games: Charades with King Locomotive

Brian and Jon from King Locomotive stopped by Helping Our Music Evolve for a game of charades with Michelle Stone and Jenna Rose — and truly, we make it up as we go along!

Watch to get to know the guys and to see how our game turns out, and don’t forget to stick around until the end for a special in-studio performance!

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Real Talk: Is Social Media Inherently Negative?

We’ve all heard people who believe that social media is “too negative” or “overly political.” While there is a case to be made for those statements, it’s also worth pointing out that the power lies in the hands of its users.

Are you staying in the cycle of negativity, or are you working to change the narrative?

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Wine & Whine, Sponsored by City Winery: Manic. and Maggie Miles

Michelle Stone and Jenna Rose are back with a new edition of Wine & Whine, a UMC Fun & Games segment sponsored by City Winery Nashville.

Tonight, we welcome members of Manic., alongside Nashville-based alt-pop artist Maggie Miles. Hear their stories while we keep it classy with some fine wines from City Winery Nashville.

Watch it Live! (6 p.m. CT)

UMC Fun -N- Games: Pictionary with Junkhead Jane

It’s a whole-band affair this week on UMC Fun -N- Games!

Hard rockers Junkhead Jane join Michelle Stone and Jenna Rose for a game of Pictionary this week… and we make it up as we go. Plus, you’ll hear two stripped down selections from the band, performed exclusively in-studio for your enjoyment!

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Real Talk: Life Doesn’t Have a Single Blueprint

We’ve all heard about the blueprint we’re “supposed to” follow in life: go to school, get a good job, get married, have children, and live “happily ever after.”

Well… not only is “happily ever after” a gigantic myth sold to us in greeting cards and animated movies, but happiness and fulfillment themselves have varying definitions.

The only blueprint you need to follow is the one that you create.

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