What is Thumoslang? More Relationships with Far Less Effort

Become Far Better at Relationships by Using Thumoslang as the Nomenclature for Social Life

Nickantony Quach
Jan 8 · 3 min read

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Nickantony Quach — Creator of 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. Using its nomenclature, you are far more powerful when you talk about various topics in the field. Likewise, using Thumoslang as the nomenclature for social life, you become far better at relationships and thus have more of them with far less effort.

More relationships with far less effort is what it takes to achieve both leadership and collaboration. Using Thumoslang, members of your family, community, or organization can 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 on a regular basis. They include students as well as the working people. The students also 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.

Since most of the good things in life are derived from relationships, it’s important to master the management of relationships. Thumoslang makes it easier to do it. 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). The story of how Thumoslang made a difference in their life is told by the article Why is Thumoslang401 Handbook Necessary? and other articles in the Thumoslang401 Handbook at Coalmont Magazine.

Thumoslang401 Handbook at Coalmont Magazine is a guide to effective leadership, efficient collaboration, and better relationships. Using its body of knowledge is how you as the individual can become far more powerful than you’ve been led to believe. After a few months, you can, too, easily accelerate towards your ideals and evolve yourself into what you truly want to become by systematically discharging the power of Thumoslang.

As shown by the video, Relationship Count, which is Episode 2 in Season 8 of the YouTube series NDBaker93, it took only a few minutes for Armando, a high school underclassman from Rhode Island, to appreciate the power of Thumoslang.

It does not take days or weeks. It takes only a few minutes, a few sentences to discharge the power of Thumoslang. This is demonstrated by the following article:

Using Thumoslang, you can sharpen the blade of your mind in few hours. The following article explains further:

You can always use Thumoslang as your New Year’s resolution. The following article explains further:

For those who know the basics in skateboarding, Thumoslang is the ollie of social life. If you mastered the ollie of social life, you should be able to erase most of the unwanted relationship drama in the remaining years of your life. The following article explains further:

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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