About Thumoslang401

Handbook for Leadership and Collaboration

Nickantony Quach
Jan 8 · 2 min read

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Nickantony Quach (left) — Creator of Thumoslang

Thumoslang401 Handbook shows members of your family, community, or organization how to discharge the power of leadership, and that of collaboration, when strong work culture in project, teamwork, or startup is necessary. It offers participants in projects across the globe the opportunity to increase their productivity using Thumoslang. They include both students as well as the working people. Students cover people of high school age as well as those of college age. Parents, teachers, organizers, leaders, managers, and workers from various fields can all benefit from Thumoslang.

Based on the 2017 book, Thumos: Adulthood, Love & Collaboration, Thumoslang is the nomenclature for social life. If you want to become an expert in any field, you must first learn of its nomenclature, i.e. its naming system. If you want to quickly achieve relationships in all you do, you need to use Thumoslang. With it you can have more relationships with far less effort. This is key to increase in productivity but on a regular basis. This conclusion is derived directly from Nickantony Quach’s first-hand experience of leadership training in late 2019 for Norman D. Baker (born 1993), Jairson Ascencao (born 1999), and Alec Mustafayev (born 2002). Their stories are told by Thumoslang401 and, hopefully, their experience in leadership is found useful by many around the world.

For example, incoming high school students as well as seasoned professionals need to have the following Thumoslang knowledge. To be a true leader in any group, you have to be at the forefront of the group’s history. Your leadership is effective when the history of your group is created according to your vision.

In the case of students, friend groups often didn’t see what was coming because only a few of their members were creating history for their group. That meant that most friend groups had no leaders. So when high school or college ended, many friend groups fragmented. In that case, the time and emotion invested in their youth would have been such a waste. This problem is referred to as the black mountain of social life.

CoalMont Magazine is named after the black mountain of social life. Thumoslang401 Handbook is the guide to overcome it.

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Our offense on a great Black Mountain

Nickantony Quach

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Founder of Ri4CTV, a channel on YouTube, Creator of Thumoslang, the nomenclature for social life, and Father of One, who works for the NFL

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Our offense on a great Black Mountain

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