I Want to Be Something Bigger

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One of the earliest personal interviews on the YouTube channel Ri4CTV was of John Ramos, a teenage resident of Rhode Island. The interview is captured by the video John Ramos – Something Bigger, which is Episode 2 in Season 19 of the YouTube series NDBaker93. During the second minute in the video, he made the following statement.

“I just want to make something of myself, like a name for myself. I don’t want to be John and just a normal person.” Said John. “I want to be something bigger.”

He is the reason why this book is written. This book, Thumoslang Bottle – Birth of the Three Thumoslang Leaders, is written for those who want to become “something bigger”. However, it does not tell you exactly how. The best it could do for you is to show you how three individuals do theirs.

The three individuals are Alec Mustafayev, a 17-year-old senior student at Classical High, Jairson Ascencao, a 20-year-old still in the experimental stage of his life, and Norman D. Baker, a 26-year-old worker still in search of a place to park his life. Before June 2019, they did not know one another.

Alec and Norman formally learned of each other during a conversation in May 2020. The conversation is captured by Season 21 of the YouTube series NDBaker93. That was when Norman gave Alec a life advice. As explained by the first page of this book, the advice was captured by the video Life Advice to a 17-year-old from a 26-year-old, which is Episode 5 in Season 21 of the YouTube series NDBaker93. They do, too, “want to be something bigger.”


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