The Chronicle of Bongo One
Nickantony Quach, Alec Mustafayev & Norman D. Baker
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About the Story
The Chronicle of Bongo One is an ongoing true story tracing the growth of Bongo One, a wealth-building friend group of three individuals formed at the start of 2022 in Rhode Island, the smallest state in the United States. Two of them are still in their lives’ experimental stage. The story follows the slow-burn personal transformation of each member. It thereby demonstrates the power of Thumoslang, the nomenclature for social life, also known as the formal vocabulary for optimizing life through social clarity and falsifiable truth.
At group formation, the three members of Bongo One are the story’s co-authors: the published philosopher Nickantony Quach (center), the teenage storyteller Alec Mustafayev (left), and the barista and aspiring leader Norman D. Baker (right). They want to help their peers go after their ideals at the highest speed possible by telling their stories. Teachers everywhere could also use it to help their students do the same.
Parentings, teachers, and mentors can use the story along with the original Thumos textbook to help their students minimize unwanted drama in their lives. In that way, they can also go at the highest speed possible towards their ideals. If learners discovered how to focus their energy on their ideals, they would take the initiative to keep distractions at bay and pay more attention to the teaching material.
How to Gain Access to the Story
Select one of the presented editions to open the book or view the corresponding Table of Contents. The Original Edition is for reading online; it uses hyperlinks to provide supplementary information. The Morrow Edition does not use hyperlinks as its content is a precursor to a hardcopy edition.
How to Contact the Author
To contact one of the authors, send a direct message via Instagram to @ri4ctv asking specifically for Nick, Alec, or Norman. Alternatively, send an email to email@example.com or a text message to their Google Voice number +1-401-366-4987. No phone calls are accepted, but you may leave a voice message there.
Volunteer Writing Contributors or Coauthors Wanted
How would you like to write your way into the future with us? As you volunteer your time and hone your skills with us, we will help you go towards your ideals at the highest speed possible.