Why NDBaker93?

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In 2005, in front of many graduates at Stanford University, Steve Jobs gave a speech. At the end of the second most important sentence in that speech are six words telling us of the most important thing in your life: what you truly want to become.

What do you truly want to become?

How a twenty-year-old, Jairson Ascencao (born 1999), answered the question, when he was first confronted with it, is captured in the video, The Mission of This Series, which is Episode 3 in Season 1 of the video series Jairson Ascencao.

How a twenty-five-year-old, Norman D. Baker (born 1993), answered the question, when he was first confronted with it, is captured in the video, The Story Begins, which is Episode 11 in Season 1 of the video series NDBaker93.

How Norm reacts to Jairson’s answer is captured in the video, What You Truly Want to Become, which is Episode 24 in Season 1 of the video series NDBaker93.

NDBaker93 follows the career of two new friends, Jairson Ascencao and Norman D. Baker, starting from the time when they were first confronted with the above question. Viewers will see how they as individuals over time become far more powerful than they have been led to believe. You will see how a nobody in the 21st century eventually becomes a somebody on the global stage.

We do not need to worry so much about other questions in life. The reason is spelled out by the most important sentence in the above-mentioned speech. Right after the second most important sentence, which ends with the above-mentioned six words is the most important sentence, which has only four words. They come right after the six. The most important thing in your life is

…what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.

That’s why you want to watch the video series NDBaker93 on Ri4CTV.

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