Training Process and Videos
Nickantony Quach & Alec Mustafayev
Thumoslang is the nomenclature for social clarity. It was first created in 2017 but its power was not discovered until December 2018. The power could not be effectively demonstrated until it was done on Ri4CTV using the six-episode YouTube series Thumoslang101, which was filmed in August 2019. The last episode was first released on Ri4CTV in March 2020, when the shutdown of social life began, due to Covid-19. This document provides information about the series, its use, and how it gave rise to, thanks to Thumoslang, the widespread use of social clarity.
- The Thumoslang101 Process
- About Social Clarity
- Articles on Thumoslang101
- Estimated Word Count
- Release Notes
Thumoslang is the nomenclature for social clarity. Under the banner of Thumos philosophy, the nomenclature was first created in 2017 and documented by the book Thumos: Adulthood, Love & Collaboration, but its power was not discovered until December 2018, during a meeting between an author of the book and a local teenager.
Thumoslang power could not be effectively demonstrated until it was done on Ri4CTV using the six-episode YouTube series Thumoslang101, which was filmed in August 2019. The entire series cover the same three-hour conversation between the creator of Thumoslang and a 25-year-old professional salesman who was, at the time, in need of life coaching. The last episode was first released on Ri4CTV in March 2020, when the shutdown of social life began, due to Covid-19.
Referencing these two books, this document provides information about the YouTube series Thumoslang101, its use, and how it gave rise to Thumoslang and thus the widespread use of social clarity.
You are said to go through the Thumoslang101 process when you watch the YouTube series Thumoslang101 but under on-camera and in-person supervision of a life coach, hopefully one with expertise in social clarity, i.e. Thumoslang. The result of the process should be another YouTube series showing how you react to it all. The resulting videos are one of the best ways for others to really get to know who you truly are and how you truly grow as an individual human being.
- The first person who went through the process is the 20-year-old Jairson Ascencao. The result is captured by the YouTube series Thumoslang102.
- The second person who went through the process is the 17-year-old Alec Mustafayev. The result is captured by the YouTube series Thumoslang104.
- The third person who went through the process is the 35-year-old John Kandalaft. The result is captured by the YouTube series Thumoslang106.
- About the New Series Thumoslang101
- “The most consequential event for Ri4CTV in 2019 took place on the 21st of August. It is the conversation between Ifeanyi Onyekaba, also known as, Boxer Ifeanyi, and Nickantony Quach, Founder or Ri4CTV and Creator of Thumoslang.” — 8/22/2019
- How to Sharpen the Blade of Your Mind in Three Hours
- “The YouTube series Thumoslang101 on Ri4CTV is a sequence of six videos. They capture the conversation between Ifeanyi Onyekaba and Nickantony Quach. The conversation lasts three hours.” — 12/21/2019
- Thumoslang Writing Club Newslatter 2020 Issue 1A
- “Nick first met a 25-year-old father who graduated from the University of Rhode Island, on July 17th, 2019. His name is Ifeanyi Onyekaba, a salesman by trade and a boxer by love. In the video Ifeanyi the Boxer, which is Episode 2in Season 2of NDBaker93, in between shadow-boxing sessions 10,000 miles away from where he grew up, he tells us the story of his youth.” — 3/21/2020
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- Section 1 has 109 words, 93% ave. Introduction
- Section 2 has 150 words, 128% ave. The Thumoslang101 Process
- Section 3 has 45 words, 38% ave. About Social Clarity
- Section 4 has 165 words, 141% ave. Articles on Thumoslang101
In total, this book has around 469 words. That’s 2 pages, with 350 words per paperback page as a working average: source.
Of the 4 sections, the average word count per section is around 117 words.
To reviewers, this booklet has 21 words not considered as basic English. They are listed below when this text is generated in local mode.
Revised at 9:27:34 AM on 3/22/2021 in Rhode Island, this document is updated regularly online and periodically updated in print. It’s part of, or in support of, the Thumoslang Book Collection. Use the following link for the latest version of this document
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