Learn to speak Thumoslang and become a master of relationships

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Learn to speak Thumoslang and become a master of relationships. Thumoslang is the first formal nomenclature for social life. If you want to become an expert in a particular field, you must first learn of its nomenclature, which is the system of naming things in the same field. If you want to become an expert in relationships, you must first learn how to use Thumoslang. Its power is demonstrated by the video series Thumoslang101. | Click here to access the Press Release for Thumoslang101

The first episode in Season 1 of #Thumoslang101 is available since September 10th, 2019. It has subtitles in 87 different languages. | Click here for the listing of all 87 languages

Starring in Season 1 of Thumoslang101 are Ifeanyi Onyekaba and Nickantony Quach. Ifeanyi is a full-time salesman, part-time boxer. Nick is the Founder of Ri4CTV and the Creator of Thumoslang. Season 1 has six episodes in a sequence, which captures the same, long conversation between Ifeanyi and Nick. Their dialogue throughout the first season will change your life and move the world forward.

The filming of Thumoslang101 Season 1 took place while Ifeanyi and Nick met one another the second time, in Providence, Rhode Island. Several weeks earlier, their first meeting took place when Nick randomly ran into Ifeanyi while he was shadow-boxing in a park ten blocks away. This encounter was captured on film, in the video, “10,000 Miles Away“, which is Episode 1 in Season 1 of the series, Boxer Ifeanyi, on Ri4CTV. In this video, Ifeanyi tells you of his formative years. You may want to watch this video first, before you watch the series Thumoslang101.

While waiting for the next episode in the series Thumoslang101, you may want to check out Season 1 and Season 2 of the series, Thumoslang Vocabulary. The third episode in the second season of this series is available on October 22nd, 2019. It reinforces the first episode in the first season of Thumoslang101. Both go by the same title, “What is Respect? How to Respect?”

One of the people who want to learn Thumoslang the most is Jairson Ascencao of Johnston, Rhode Island. He was in a tree talking to his friend Daisy when Nick first met them. This encounter was captured on film in the first episode of the series, Jairson Ascencao, which is available on October 29th, 2019. In the second episode, released one week later, viewers will hear the conversation in the tree. In the third episode, available on November 12th, viewers will find out more about Jairson and what he wants to do for the series.

The origin of Thumoslang is traced by the video collection, Thumoslang Origin, which includes eight different video series. They are listed in the table located at Ri4CTV.com/Thumos-Origin. They are the reason why Rhode Island Foresight Television (Ri4CTV) was first created. All are based on the 2017 book, Thumos: Adulthood, Love & Collaboration. The hardcover version is available at Barnes & Noble while the paperback version is available at Amazon.com.


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