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The Trouble with Plan B (UMC Real Talk)

While having a backup plan to your vision may be considered safe, it may also be the very thing preventing your vision from coming to full fruition.

What do you think? Has “Plan B” ever gotten in the way of your “Plan A?”

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The Source of Self-Worth (UMC Real Talk)

In the digital space, it can be easy to seek outside validation, and measure ourselves by the amount of likes, comments, and shares we receive on our work. When we get it, we feel great. When we don’t… it can play tricks on our self-esteem.

We invite you to check out this week’s #UMCRealTalk on the topic. Then, tell us the ways you build self-worth in the comments!

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UMC Real Talk: What Can You Control?

The outside world — especially in this day and age — is full of noise and distractions. Most of these are outside of our control.

So… how do we tune out the distractions, and become the best versions of ourselves in these strange times?

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What Society Won’t Tell You About Failure (UMC Real Talk)

From an early age, society teaches us to find fear and shame in failure. Here’s why society has it all wrong.

And, to show that we walk the walk, a fun fact: we tried recording this on the rooftop of Center 615, but our camera mic shorted out. Thus, a failed first attempt led to an up-close-and-personal #UMCRealTalk experience!

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UMC Real Talk: Who Gave You a Deadline?

“You need to get a job right out of college, get married, and have kids.”

That’s not a fact. That’s a myth.

On the latest episode of The Quinn Spinn, we break down society’s mythical benchmarks. This edition of UMC Real Talk doubles down on that conversation, making clear that the only one who can set a goal for your life is you.

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