Vic Pinto is creating a talk show on YouTube for models in Miami
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patron

$2
per Video

Who Am I?

Entertainment and social media has led us to expect others to present an unrealistic illusion of themselves, this as a result, has pressured us to do the same.

I believe that this fantasy has become obsessive and harmful to our social interactions because there is a great beauty in expressing your true self to others. When you see someone stumble and get up laughing, we feel close to them and laugh with them. There is a very humanizing component to seeing someone be awkward or unprepared. 

Small Talk is a weekly talk show on YouTube for models in Miami. A future goal is to interview people from other areas and professions. The show's interviews aim to pressure guests to present an honest interpretation of themselves by avoiding rehearsed questions and expected topics. The host will force the guests to think on their feet by asking them to share stories, play, and laugh.


Who Am I?

My name is Vic Pinto. I studied Psychology at Florida International University and learned a lot about people and human connection. I was a social worker for 4 years and although I enjoyed helping people in psychological need, I learned that was pretty good at socializing and entertaining others. 

I quit my job and
 used all my free time to travel and study charisma, comedy, and social psychology. I sharpened my conversational tools and started Small Talk in 2016. I've never been happier.

My focus: advanced social psychology, friendships, conversations, confidence, leadership, persuasion, and relationships.

I am constantly researching social psychology and interacting with new people in an attempt to learn tips, tricks, and facts about what makes someone likable.
My need for attention is fed by constantly going to new places and starting conversations with people. I’ll share some funny stories, useful research, and concrete tips on how to improve your social interactions. These posts will help you whether you have crippling social anxiety, are interested in learning about social psychology, wish to expand your social network, or simply want to gain a social edge over the competition.

You’ll find useful no bullshit advice on what to do in order to make a great first impression with anyone, anywhere.

I need your support

I help people improve their social skills by running workshops and providing scienfically research advice proven to improve social interactions. I believe that face to face interactions are extremely valuable to our success and wellbeing but with the advancement of technology, it is becoming a skills that most neglect and some are losing completely. I wish to continue to help others and wish to offer my content for free. However, my blog is a huge amount of work and I need your help to cover the costs of running the site and producing the articles.

By becoming a patron and pledging from just $0.25 per article, you can help me continue to grow VicPinto.com and expand the range of resources I offer. 

I produce 3-5 articles per month. Patreon is very flexible—pledges are only charged at the beginning of each month based on whether I created any content, you can set a maximum amount to support per month, and you can suspend or cancel your pledges at any time.

I really appreciate any support you can offer and look forward to sharing my social psychology discoveries and helping others be better prepared to interact with others at a human level, in the future. 

Thank you!

-Vic Pinto.
Goals
$2 of $1,000 per Video
Acquiring a steady stream of people to interview, partnering with a videographer to improve the quality of editing, & buying new equipment (camera lens, microphone, a talk show set, etc).
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Who Am I?

Entertainment and social media has led us to expect others to present an unrealistic illusion of themselves, this as a result, has pressured us to do the same.

I believe that this fantasy has become obsessive and harmful to our social interactions because there is a great beauty in expressing your true self to others. When you see someone stumble and get up laughing, we feel close to them and laugh with them. There is a very humanizing component to seeing someone be awkward or unprepared. 

Small Talk is a weekly talk show on YouTube for models in Miami. A future goal is to interview people from other areas and professions. The show's interviews aim to pressure guests to present an honest interpretation of themselves by avoiding rehearsed questions and expected topics. The host will force the guests to think on their feet by asking them to share stories, play, and laugh.


Who Am I?

My name is Vic Pinto. I studied Psychology at Florida International University and learned a lot about people and human connection. I was a social worker for 4 years and although I enjoyed helping people in psychological need, I learned that was pretty good at socializing and entertaining others. 

I quit my job and
 used all my free time to travel and study charisma, comedy, and social psychology. I sharpened my conversational tools and started Small Talk in 2016. I've never been happier.

My focus: advanced social psychology, friendships, conversations, confidence, leadership, persuasion, and relationships.

I am constantly researching social psychology and interacting with new people in an attempt to learn tips, tricks, and facts about what makes someone likable.
My need for attention is fed by constantly going to new places and starting conversations with people. I’ll share some funny stories, useful research, and concrete tips on how to improve your social interactions. These posts will help you whether you have crippling social anxiety, are interested in learning about social psychology, wish to expand your social network, or simply want to gain a social edge over the competition.

You’ll find useful no bullshit advice on what to do in order to make a great first impression with anyone, anywhere.

I need your support

I help people improve their social skills by running workshops and providing scienfically research advice proven to improve social interactions. I believe that face to face interactions are extremely valuable to our success and wellbeing but with the advancement of technology, it is becoming a skills that most neglect and some are losing completely. I wish to continue to help others and wish to offer my content for free. However, my blog is a huge amount of work and I need your help to cover the costs of running the site and producing the articles.

By becoming a patron and pledging from just $0.25 per article, you can help me continue to grow VicPinto.com and expand the range of resources I offer. 

I produce 3-5 articles per month. Patreon is very flexible—pledges are only charged at the beginning of each month based on whether I created any content, you can set a maximum amount to support per month, and you can suspend or cancel your pledges at any time.

I really appreciate any support you can offer and look forward to sharing my social psychology discoveries and helping others be better prepared to interact with others at a human level, in the future. 

Thank you!

-Vic Pinto.

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