Life Advice to a 17-year-old from a 26-year-old

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Concepts such as success and leadership cannot achieve validity in their own rights. You can never become absolutely successful. The best you can achieve is being successful within a specific field. You can never become an absolute leader. The best you can achieve is being a leader within a specific field. The main reason why many failed to become a successful leader is because they do not know what a field truly is. This is where Thumoslang is at its best. Field; that means, context for nomenclature. The complexity of your nomenclature determines the level of success in your leadership. For example, if you know only two chemical elements, your nomenclature in chemistry is too simple for you to become a leader in chemistry.

Alec Mustafayev, a 17-year-old senior student at Classical High, and Norman D. Baker, a 26-year-old worker still in search of a place to park his life, read aloud the above paragraph to one another the day after the above paragraph was composed. The reading was exercised in the conversation 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. This event brought about the writing of this book, Thumoslang Bottle – Birth of the Three Thumoslang Leaders.

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The first paragraph at the top of this page was read during Haven Village Live of May 11th, 2020, after the first 32 minutes. The following chat shows where the paragraph comes from.


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