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1 00:00:00 ABOUT THIS: Thumoslang101, the video series, introduces Thumoslang, the nomenclature for relationships, to all around the world. If you want to become an expert in a particular field, you must first learn of its nomenclature. As the first formal nomenclature for social life, Thumoslang is set to bring humanity to Level 2.0. For a demonstration of its power, watch Season 1 of the YouTube series Thumoslang101 on Ri4CTV.
2 00:00:05 First of all, I just want to say, thank you so much…
3 00:00:08 for everything you did for me the last time.
4 00:00:11 I remember seeing you…
5 00:00:13 running into me at the park.
6 00:00:14 While I was shadow-boxing,
7 00:00:16 you came up to me and asked me,
8 00:00:17 “Do you mind letting me film you?”
9 00:00:20 From there, we had a deep conversation…
10 00:00:23 …spanning over several hours.
11 00:00:27 One thing you told me that really stuck with me.
12 00:00:30 I still practice it today.
13 00:00:32 I’m very grateful for that.
14 00:00:33 You taught me the word, “respect”,
15 00:00:35 and what it truly means.
16 00:00:37 You told me, respect means no interfering.
17 00:00:40 I knew what they taught us, what respect means,
18 00:00:45 but I did not really know the true meaning of what respect is.
19 00:00:48 And I remember, after you told me all that,
20 00:00:51 I went back home and pondered everything we spoke about.
21 00:00:55 And I was like,
22 00:00:57 …man, without interfering is truly respect.
23 00:01:01 I then started applying that to all my life.
24 00:01:05 I started applying that to my day-to-day activities.
25 00:01:07 I started applying that at work.
26 00:01:09 I started applying that to my son.
27 00:01:11 He is two years old his name is Jeremy.
28 00:01:14 I explained to my son what respect is.
29 00:01:17 I try not to interfere with things in my life…
30 00:01:19 …and it has actually helped me a lot.
31 00:01:21 Adding that philosophy into my memory bank helped me a lot…
32 00:01:25 …with navigating through problems in life.
33 00:01:28 Sometimes things happen.
34 00:01:30 Just don’t interfere with it.
35 00:01:32 It has, too, helped me with decision making.
36 00:01:35 I’m just grateful for that.
37 00:01:38 I told myself I want to come back for more knowledge.
38 00:01:43 That’s why I’m here today.
39 00:01:48 Nick: “Why is that not enough?”
40 00:01:53 Ulm..
41 00:01:55 You know…
42 00:01:56 I think, that is, knowledge is…
43 00:02:00 I believe that different philosophiesapply to certain things.
44 00:02:09 Without interfering, to me, is like anoverall type of stuff.
45 00:02:13 Just like, when you try to build a house.
46 00:02:16 You can be the architect but…
47 00:02:18 …you still need electricians somewhereto build it.
48 00:02:22 However, you can’t have the electrician until you start building the house.
49 00:02:24 I’m in that place in my life where I need help with certain things.
50 00:02:31 Certain things are coming up in my life right now.
51 00:02:34 I just need help set the direction.
52 00:02:37 I just need somebody help me redirect my mind.
53 00:02:43 How can I become this person I’m trying to become.
54 00:02:47 How can I create this person I’m trying to create?
55 00:02:50 How am I…
56 00:02:51 Ulm…
57 00:02:53 Yeah…
58 00:03:01 Nick: “I feel lost many sentences ago.”
59 00:03:06 Nick: Because I don’t want to interfere with your disclosure,
60 00:03:14 …I refrained myself.
61 00:03:17 Nick: I fought hard from interrupting what you were trying to say
62 00:03:22 Nick: That’s how I display respect.
63 00:03:25 Nick: However, you got me lost in the first few sentences…
64 00:03:30 …because you used generic terms.
65 00:03:37 Nick: I think that it’s easier for me if you can bring me closer…
66 00:03:46 …to a specific problem, a specificevent that made you want to come back here again.
67 00:03:55 Nick: Make me understanding a specific problem first,
68 00:04:01 …before you take me to the generalstatements you made earlier.
69 00:04:06 Nick: Then it’s easier for me to grasp what you have to say.
70 00:04:09 Nick: But you started with the big picture and I felt lost.
71 00:04:16 Nick: Don’t show me the galaxy on the first frame.
72 00:04:19 Nick: Show me the Earth first, and then zoom out.
73 00:04:24 Nick: So, what brought you here?
74 00:04:29 Ulm…
75 00:04:31 Nick: Which event, which problem brought you here?
76 00:04:39 Nick: Why could you not solve it under your own power?
77 00:04:50 Ulm…
78 00:04:55 As you ask me that question, I justhave to think about how to word myself.
79 00:05:02 Ulm…
80 00:05:07 Nick: “Time out!”
81 00:05:09 I want to explain what has just transpired in the last few seconds.
82 00:05:25 In the last minute, I practiced the knowledge that is called reciprocation.
83 00:05:41 It is the basic cycle of communication.
84 00:05:46 That was invented by my co-writer Mark Canny in the writing project we started in 2015.
85 00:06:03 Halfway through the project, in 2016, he came up with reciprocation…
86 00:06:08 …as a basic cycle of communication.
87 00:06:24 Before I remind you of the four elements of reciprocation,
88 00:06:31 …do you remember me telling you about that or not?
89 00:06:36 [Ifeanyi shakes his head.]
90 00:06:37 Okay, then let me ask you this first.
91 00:06:43 Do you know the difference between reciprocity and reciprocation?
92 00:06:54 Reciprocity is an eye for an eye.
93 00:07:02 You scratch my back, I scratch yours.
94 00:07:05 Another name for that is the Golden Rule.
95 00:07:12 That is about mutual benefit but not about communication.
96 00:07:19 Reciprocation is the label Mark Canny used to tag what he invented in our writing project.
97 00:07:36 It’s the most basic cycle of communication.
98 00:07:41 If you don’t understand or remember this, you would have a hard time knowing…
99 00:07:48 …how to exercise respect every minute of your life.
100 00:07:56 So, reciprocation has four steps.
101 00:08:02 The first step is carried out by the speaker: disclosure.
102 00:08:12 When you speak you are disclosing some information.
103 00:08:19 If I interrupt your speech and ask questions about your delivered paragraph,
104 00:08:29 …I’m not interfering because that’s part of the first step, which is carried out by the speaker.
105 00:08:41 Your disclosure is not successful if I’m not able to understand any of your delivered paragraphs.
106 00:08:49 In that case, interruption is not interfering.
107 00:08:58 If you are disclosing the information but, right after the first two sentences, I jump in and say I don’t understand.
108 00:09:13 Could you explain the first two sentences before you continue?
109 00:09:20 That question is also an interruption but it is considered as interfering…
110 00:09:26 …because I did not wait until you finish your paragraph…
111 00:09:30 …before I do the second step, which is comprehension.
112 00:09:37 I should never start my second step, as alistener, before you finish your disclosure.
113 00:09:45 If you did not finish disclosing the whole paragraph,
114 00:09:48 …I should not even try to understand the idea that you’re disclosing.
115 00:09:55 An interruption may or may not be interfering.
116 00:10:06 Hm…
117 00:10:06 You don’t know that if you don’t understand the four elements of reciprocation.
118 00:10:13 Most of us did not know of such things.
119 00:10:20 Mark Canny did not analyze the reality of human interaction and label its parts until 2016.
120 00:10:37 Once you finish disclosing your whole paragraph, then, like I demonstrated back there,
121 00:10:46 ….I said, you showed me the galaxy and I got lost right away.
122 00:10:52 Start with the Earth first.
123 00:11:00 That’s an example of how I show respect to the speaker.
124 00:11:06 Nick: “Sometimes, when I interrupt, I’m not disrespectful.”
125 00:11:11 Nick: “Sometimes, when I interrupt, I’m very disrespectful.”
126 00:11:15 Nick: “It depends on how much that interruption is involved with the disclosure step.”
127 00:11:22 So, help me out.
128 00:11:25 When you said I gave you the galaxy versus the Earth I understood what you said.
129 00:11:32 I understand it but can you help me with…
130 00:11:36 …how to correct that formulation of sentence.
131 00:11:40 Nick: “Say that again, please.”
132 00:11:42 How can I change my approach?
133 00:11:44 How can I change the way I speak?
134 00:11:48 When I was explaining myself,
135 00:11:51 you felt like I went straight to the galaxy.
136 00:11:53 How can I change that?
137 00:11:55 Nick: “Always begin with the time and the place.”
138 00:11:59 Say that one more time.
139 00:12:00 Nick: “Always begin with…
140 00:12:03 …a specific point in time when, and a particular place where, the event took place…
141 00:12:11 …that brought us together for this conversation.”
142 00:12:15 So, always begin with time…
143 00:12:18 Nick: “Time and place…”
144 00:12:19 Nick: “…so that people begin with the Earth first, before you bring them to another galaxy.”
145 00:12:31 [Laughters]
146 00:12:32 So, okay. So, I should say like, so, time, like…
147 00:12:36 Nick: “For example,
148 00:12:40 …my wife and I are having a big argument…
149 00:12:44 …but this is different from the past.
150 00:12:47 A week ago, she started this and I reacted in that way.
151 00:12:54 Suddenly, you have a hook to heighten my interest.
152 00:13:01 In that way, I first focus on the Earth before you zoom out and say,
153 00:13:08 “You see, this is related to another event, in another galaxy, long ago.”
154 00:13:16 Nick: And then I can start to see the whole galaxy without feeling lost.
155 00:13:23 Yeah…
156 00:13:24 Nick: Always begin with time and place.
157 00:13:27 Yeah, I’ve always known that too.
158 00:13:29 My communication is often scattered.
159 00:13:32 I jump everywhere.
160 00:13:34 I noticed that.
161 00:13:35 Nick: When people are polite, and most people are polite,
162 00:13:42 …they will not raise their hand and say that they are lost.
163 00:13:47 Nick: Instead, they continue sitting pretty and pretending like they’re listening.
164 00:13:53 Nick: However, as you’re talking and while they’re feeling lost,
165 00:13:56 Nick: …they think about other problems in their life.
166 00:13:59 Nick: Because they couldn’t follow youand yet they don’t want to interrupt.
167 00:14:06 Nick: If they did that, they interfere, disrespect the conversation.
168 00:14:15 Nick: They disrespect their time.
169 00:14:17 Nick: They disrespect your time,
170 00:14:20 …as the communication cycle fails.
171 00:14:26 Nick: As a listener, you have to interrupt when the communication cycle fails.
172 00:14:35 Nick: Otherwise, without your interruption, the speaker goes on and on,
173 00:14:41 … and waste everyone’s time.
174 00:14:48 Well…
175 00:14:49 Nick: Knowing when to interrupt, and when not interrupt,
176 00:14:53 …could not be nailed down as a science until 2016,
177 00:14:59 …when that knowledge was spelled out mathematically.
178 00:15:06 I like that.
179 00:15:09 I’m very… That’s why I was coming back.
180 00:15:12 I come back for more knowledge.
181 00:15:15 This is the only place that I know for sure you can dissect me and break me down,
182 00:15:22 …and really show me what I need to do and how I need to grow as a person.
183 00:15:27 I’m a very good student.
184 00:15:29 I want to learn.
185 00:15:31 I want to be a great male one day.
186 00:15:34 I want to be a leader.
187 00:15:37 I want to lead my people.
188 00:15:38 I want to lead people.
189 00:15:39 I want to…
190 00:15:40 Nick: “There you go again.”
191 00:15:44 Nick: “You are taking me away from the Earth, before you show me the Earth.”
192 00:15:49 So, you bring that up…
193 00:15:50 Nick: “You are wasting your time and my time again.”
194 00:15:53 Really, break it down for me.
195 00:15:55 Nick: “Start with the time and place of your problem.”
196 00:15:58 Nick: “What’s the specific problem that brought you here?”
197 00:16:03 Oh no, but I wasn’t talking about a problem.
198 00:16:05 I was just thanking you.
199 00:16:07 I’m thanking you.
200 00:16:08 Nick: “You are not telling me anything that I didn’t know.”
201 00:16:11 [Laughing]
202 00:16:11 Nick: “You want to learn.”
203 00:16:13 Yeah
204 00:16:14 Nick: “That’s why you’re here.”
205 00:16:15 Nick: “If you tell me that once, not bad; twice, not way too bad.”
206 00:16:23 Nick: “But I hear that several times today already.”
207 00:16:27 Nick: And I thus say, wait a minute,
208 00:16:29 Nick: …why did he keep telling me all of that again and again?
209 00:16:32 Ah…
210 00:16:33 Nick: In there, out here
211 00:16:34 Ah…
212 00:16:35 So, I said that numerous times.
213 00:16:38 So, what does that do?
214 00:16:39 What does that…
215 00:16:39 Nick: “You’re just wasting your time and mine…
216 00:16:41 Nick: …because you keep disclosing the same, old information…
217 00:16:44 Nick: …that I knew already…”
218 00:16:46 Wow
219 00:16:48 Wow
220 00:16:49 Okay, I, look, well…
221 00:16:51 Nick: “…on the one hand. On the other hand, my focus right now is the Earth.”
222 00:16:55 Nick: “You’re not taking me there as quickly as possible…”
223 00:16:59 Nick: “…and so I’m not able to hear anything else you say.”
224 00:17:05 Alright
225 00:17:08 Let me think of…
226 00:17:09 …where I want to start from.
227 00:17:12 Nick: “The time and place of the event that made you feel like you did not have enough knowledge.”
228 00:17:22 Alright, well, I’ve very interesting story.
229 00:17:27 I’d say, right now, I’d say…
230 00:17:30 Two weeks ago…
231 00:17:31 Nick: “Thank you.”
232 00:17:32 [Nick claps his hands.]
233 00:17:35 Two weeks ago…
234 00:17:37 Two weeks ago, I lost my job. I lost my summer job.
235 00:17:43 Nick: “Time out, to explain to viewers, you got me hooked.”
236 00:17:54 Nick: “I have goosebumps…”
237 00:17:58 Nick: “…with four words: I lost my job.”
238 00:18:03 Nick: “When you say, two weeks ago, I’minterested.”
239 00:18:09 Nick: “And then you say, I lost my job, I got goosebumps.”
240 00:18:16 Nick: “So, within few words, within half a sentence, you connected with the audience emotionally.”
241 00:18:30 Nick: “Compare that with your five minutes of disclosure…”
242 00:18:35 Nick: “…about life, the universe and everything, back 10 minutes ago.”
243 00:18:42 Nick: “Do you see the big difference?”
244 00:18:44 Yeah
245 00:18:45 yeah
246 00:18:47 Nick: “Now, let’s go back to that.”
247 00:18:49 Nick: “Sorry to interrupt but I need to explain to you about…”
248 00:18:52 Nick: “…the power of the Earth versus the galaxy.”
249 00:18:56 [Laughters]
250 00:18:59 Nick: “Now, my interest is heightened.”
251 00:19:01 Now, yeah
252 00:19:03 Nick: “I’m ready for what’s next in your story of, two weeks ago, I lost my job.”
253 00:19:09 Two weeks ago, I lost my job.
254 00:19:12 The story about how I lost my job is very, very interesting. [*** To be continued in Episode 2 in Season 1 of Thumoslang101 ***]

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The following words spoken so many times in the video.

  1. respect 9
  2. life 9
  3. Earth 9
  4. galaxy 8
  5. interrupt 8
  6. interfering 7
  7. communication 7
  8. disclosing 6
  9. reciprocation 6
  10. knowledge 6
  11. disclosure 6
  12. interruption 5
  13. event 5
  14. interfere 4
  15. information 3
  16. project 3
  17. disrespect 3
  18. conversation 3
  19. nomenclature 3
  20. Thumoslang101 3
  21. power 3
  22. feel 2
  23. feeling 2
  24. focus 2
  25. disrespectful 2
  26. Thumoslang 2
  27. polite 2
  28. philosophies 1
  29. expert 1
  30. relationships 1
  31. believe 1
  32. activities 1
  33. demonstration 1
  34. Ri4CTV 1
  35. YouTube 1
  36. humanity 1
  37. social 1
  38. formal 1
  39. decision 1
  40. philosophy 1
  41. architect 1
  42. pretending 1
  43. argument 1
  44. viewers 1
  45. audience 1
  46. connected 1
  47. emotionally 1
  48. Sorry 1
  49. universe 1
  50. leader 1
  51. Ifeanyi 1
  52. reciprocity 1
  53. refrained 1
  54. electrician 1
  55. electricians 1
  56. direction 1
  57. interrupting 1
  58. Reciprocity 1
  59. reality 1
  60. analyze 1
  61. comprehension 1
  62. considered 1
  63. idea 1
  64. involved 1
  65. formulation 1
  66. interaction 1
  67. Reciprocation 1
  68. Golden 1
  69. benefit 1
  70. Rule 1
  71. successful 1