Final Advice from UWM | Campus Tour 2019
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Guys, it's going to be the end of my little tour. Um, I don't only think, you know, you're going to find a lot of people who say, You know, mm was a foundation in their success and personal growth. You're going to find a lot of people who would think the opposite and probably wish badly towards you. Here is a person, and I don't no, if that's necessarily a part of, you know, everyone's influence and, like their resource is towards me. You know, some parts have been really good in some parts. Have been really bad. Um, so I mean, it's really up to you. I definitely if you can, you know, come check out my walking in person and see if, like it's the right place for you. Yes, my my final advice is, you know, going off into college, there's going to be a lot of new things here and a lot of stuff to do and everything. You know, I just feel like in the end, you should never do something because you feel like you're expected to do it. Like I know a lot of people who went to four started off going to a four year college and because they were expected to because their parents expected it because all their friends were doing it. Sometimes you even realize you're being pressured to do something. You know, like for a lot of people that didn't turn out to be like a right fit for them. You know, if you're thinking like, you know, you can go here, there you could go to a really fancy school. You can go Teo attacks school and get the same thing. You know, I would really just do what's right for you and likewise. You know, whatever you choose, if you end up, you know, like in a situation and like you don't really feel it like, don't don't force yourself doing it. You know, like if you're in a club and it doesn't feel right and doesn't feel good, don't just keep doing it because like you feel like you should. You should be a part of club, you know, like go joined a different organization and, like, try to find situations that are right for you because there's no one right way to do this. Just like never, never feel like you have to do something because you're expected to, like, just take that pressure off of yourself because things can be just as good. You know, when you do it your way, and even if that's not the standard path, you know, it's still good. If it takes you five years to graduate instead of war. That's great because that's that's your path, and I support you one hundred percent. So thank you again for joining me and good luck in the future.