Thumoslang as the Best-ever New Year’s Resolution

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By Nickantony Quach of Ri4CTV | Tuesday, October 29, 2019 | Providence, Rhode Island

A resolution simply means a strong will. Many resolutions for the New Year eventually fail to work for their users because the will is, but the way is not, declared. What is normally stated is the most desirable outcome. What is most often missing are the personal conviction, the shared interpretation thereof, and an easy way for all to see advancement towards the wanted outcome frequently enough to make long-lasting discipline feasible. If a resolution could meet such requirements and be adopted by all throughout the ages, it would be the best-ever New Year’s resolution. What could it be? Thumoslang is the answer.

The above conclusion could be neither reached nor expressed until six days ago, when Jairson Ascencao (pictured), in a long conversation with Nickantony Quach, was trying to pinpoint the exact reason why Jairson often easily gave up on the use of a newly acquired self-help skill. This attempt is captured in the video, Thumoslang Curriculum Design Session, which is Episode 3 in Season 3 of the YouTube series NDBaker93. It will be released just in time for your reference on the eve of New Year’s Eve 2020.

You may not have heard of Jairson Ascencao. No one, not even he himself, knew of what he truly wants to become until five weeks ago, when he was filmed for the video, Quickly Sharpen the Blade of Your Mind, which is Episode 21 of the YouTube series Thumoslang102. It will be released on 4/21/2020 but you must not wait that long to view its content. A large portion of it is available in the video, What You Truly Want to Become, which is Episode 24 in Season 1 of the NDBaker93, released since yesterday. In this video, Norman D. Baker reacts to Jairson’s ideals. Both, by the way, are friends and Co-hosts of the NDBaker93 Daily Show. | Watch the video

Although he is only halfway between his voting age and his legal drinking age while he is still struggling for life in his hometown, Jairson Ascencao already held a steadfast conviction that “you as an individual are far more powerful than what you’ve been led to believe.” While his teenage years are still fresh on his mind, he already knows what he truly wants to become: the messenger who spreads the above idea.

“What’s your New Year’s Resolution?” You will be asked.

“Thumoslang,” you would answer.

“What’s that?” you would, again, be asked.

“It’s,” you would sound impressive, “the nomenclature for social life.”

“Huh?” You should not be surprised to get that in return.

To become far more powerful than you’ve been led to believe, bring more good things to the life of others. To do so, tell them the following. The good things in their life are derived from their relationships. That’s why we all should become an expert in human relationships. To become an expert in any field, you must first learn of its nomenclature. Thumoslang is the nomenclature for use in social life to achieve more consequential relationships with much less effort. To have better things in life, let Thumoslang turn you into a master of relationships and make you far more powerful than you’ve been led to believe.

The first step in becoming far more powerful is to adopt Thumoslang as your resolution for the New Year and make it the nomenclature for your social life. Now is the time to find out what it is and how it works. To get started, watch the video, NDBaker93 Season 1 Trailer 2. At 2 minutes and 22 seconds into the video, you can hear Jairson making the following statement.

As Norm and I (Jairson) grow and change together, we’re also experimenting with a new way to better connect with the people around us. The series NDBaker93 is a story for you. It is for you because, as you see me work to change and reorganize my business of the self, hopefully, you too will realize how you can become far more powerful than you’ve been led to believe.

To be sure, the mission of NDBaker93 is to help make you more powerful than you’ve been led to believe, by showing you, over time, how to take on Thumoslang.

The first tangible proof of Thumoslang power is captured by the YouTube series Thumoslang101. The series has only six videos. The first five have already been released on Ri4CTV. Together, they  cover the same three-hour conversation between Ifeanyi Onyekaba and Nickantony Quach, Creator of Thumoslang. This may one day be considered as the conversation that changes the world.

The second tangible proof of Thumoslang power is captured by the YouTube series Thumoslang102. Its 21 videos show how Jairson reacted to Thumoslang101 as he watched the original series. He was amazed to see how Thumoslang was able to sharpen the blade of Ifeanyi‘s mind in few hours. The first five episodes are released in December, just in time for your reference before the New Year.

The third tangible proof of Thumoslang power is captured by the YouTube series Thumoslang103, also known as, Season 5 of NDBaker93. Its seven videos show the same Thumoslang training session taken at once by both Norm and Jairson. They are not released until March and April in 2020.

You must not wait until all episodes in the above-mentioned series are released. You can now get yourself involved with Thumoslang. You should approach it as if you were learning a new language. If you want to learn it by osmosis, get started with Season 1 of NDBaker93.

For those without a great deal of patience, check out the video collection, Overhaul Your Business of the Self Using Thumoslang, which is now available on Rhode Island Foresight Television (Ri4CTV). Its various videos should get you started with a great deal of foresight for your personal philosophy in the New Year.

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