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Pay Attention to the Tip

by Larry Chiang on November 1, 2014

By Larry Chiang
Tips are often sensitive.
If you pick the wrong tip, it won’t enter correctly and charge. For example 7030458 is a part number with a clip-tip.
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Braun power cord 7030458 is mislabeled and verrrry valuable. 
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Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
Facebook album ‘Braun Power Cord Sales Skillzzz’ C: #PopUpInternship #CS183Do facebook.com/photo.php?fbid…

Pay attention to the tip. Clip tip means it’s premium. Then copy paste the listing below ‘Bixby’ the sheep
He’s white and fluffy and he is holding a bunch of Braun power cords for 7526, 8975, 7605 and 55 other specific shavers. 
Valued at well over $70, it sells for way less if its mixed in with the Part number 5783’s or 5784’s
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Download ENGR145’s two anchor videos

They teach you to focus on selling to solve the problem. They teach you to engineer a solution. So, part number 7030458 is useless unless you can let the consumer know it’ll charge the 8985  Braun shaver. Or charge the Braun 8585 cordless power shaver. Or the Braun shaver 7505. The 7526 by far is the most popular. 
See how Chris goes about cutting deals as an 9 year old

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What Is This Signature Business Recipe #HTDWD9DWoHTHD9

October 30, 2014

By Larry Chiang  Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang) 10/30/14, 2:04 PM ‘#31envelopes so you can “#HTDWD9DWoHTHD9“‘ #HTDWD9DWoHTHD9 =  How To Do What  Duck9  Does Without Having To Hire Duck9

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Hunter Pence Signs

October 30, 2014
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I teach the plays run out of this book, better

October 29, 2014
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Bouncing Back From a Credit Setback, Avoiding 9’s, HTGHFAOTR and World Series Insight

October 29, 2014

By Larry Chiang Me and my Build-a-Bear didn’t get in Game 5. So I took that bad fortune and parlayed existing momentum… KC  Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang) 10/29/14, 10:32 AM ‘How Exactly To Bounce-back and Fail Forward’ #HTGHFAOTR I was grabbing dudes phones and slamming in the uber app. Then taking pics of THEIR credit card. […]

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It’s All Royal Blue in Kauffman

October 29, 2014
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Credit Bureau Disputes, World Series Action, Venture Capital D-baggery

October 28, 2014

by Larry Chiang I read somewhere that VCs have an average FICO score of 678. if the SF giants are losing by ten runs in the third inning in the 7th game cuz they flubbed. I will hot-swap. Yes, switch teams mid-stream. I mean it’d make Ewing Kauffman smile from heaven. Plus, he founded the […]

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KC Does Things That Don’t Scale, BUT HAVE MOMENTUM

October 28, 2014

by Larry Chiang Do Things That Dont Scale But Have Momentum. Part of my doing a Uber “External API”, back before Uber even had an API, is to practice doing lead gen. You do not need Uber’s permission to help them promote in KC. Travis and Garrett founded Uber Cab. It is now just “Uber” […]

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