Transcript of Guwa Belt Mentor S1E1 What is Guwa Belt?

Title renamed

  • Original series title: “Guwa Belt Mentor”
  • New series title: “Guwabelt for Mentors”

Video information

  • Title: “What is Guwa Belt? | Guwabelt for Mentors | S1E1 | Black Belt in Mentoring”
  • Hashtags: #Mentoring #GUWABELT  #Ri4CTV #GrowUpWithAOC #GUWA #BlackBelt #Mentors #Mentorship #MentorHelp
  • Tags: Mentoring, Guwa Belt, Ri4CTV, Grow Up With AOC, GUWA, Black Belt, Mentors, Mentorship, Mentor Help

Video description

Guwabelt means Black Belt in mentoring. This is the first video in the series, “Guwabelt for Mentors”, whose mission is to show everyone how to become a Black Belt in mentoring. To become a Black Belt in mentoring, use the Guwa Belt Online Book Series, which is produced by Ri4CTV. These books should be used along with its flagship video series, Grow Up With AOC (GUWA). To become a Black Belt in mentoring, the first step is not to read any book but to spend 12 minutes watching only the first four episodes in Season 1 of the series, Grow Up With AOC. That should also be the first step for your mentees, when you want to start mentoring them. This video explains further.

Transcript text

Welcome to RI4CTV. You’re listening to the video, “What is Guwa Belt?”, which is the first episode of our YouTube series, “Guwa Belt Mentor”. This is a film by Nickantony Quach. In the background is the sound track, “We Share This”, which is produced by Freedom Trail Studio. The voice you’re hearing is generated by Google Translate. Thank you for supporting our work via RI4CTV-dot-com-slash-Donate.

Guwa Belt means Black Belt in mentoring. To become a Black Belt in mentoring, use the book collection, Guwa Belt, which is produced by RI4CTV. These books should be used along with its flagship video series, Grow Up With AOC. To get a black belt in mentoring, the first step is not to read any book but spend a dozen minutes to watch only the first four episodes in Season 1 of the series, Grow Up With AOC. That should also be the first step for your mentees, when you want to start mentoring them.

Your mentees must not be fluent in English. They can watch, Grow Up With AOC, using closed captions in one of RI4CTV subtitle languages. They include Arabic, Bangla, Chinese, English, French, German, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Vietnamese.

In the first four episodes, you’re introduced to Charbel Hachem, a teenager of Providence, Rhode Island. December 2018 was when he first met his mentor Nickantony Quach, creator of Thumoslang. During the very first meeting, Nick was able to change Charbel’s life using only three sentences from Thumoslang. As it turns out, anyone can become a powerful mentor using Thumoslang. Its power is derived from shared understanding of terms but at the level of granularity much finer than traditionally expected. This power is demonstrated within 12 minutes by the first four videos of our YouTube series, Grow Up With AOC.

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