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Demystifying “Selling Something You Do Not Own”

by Larry Chiang on December 20, 2014

By Larry Chiang 
There is a specific legality that legal. You’re allowed to sell something you do not own. You are to pattern replicate the path I identity and copy paste. 
Yes, you copy-paste. Run code
You should consider copy-paste. Run the “code” of this business recipe. It’s not my recipe. My mentor gave it to me


Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)


Do you realize we sold Plancast ?

The founders had written a postmortem so I activated my plan. 

A more basic example would be LABCS 3366. You’d be “selling” Uber. They pay a referral of $20-30 usd. 


Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
, before we graduate. Zero point 6 millionaires *before* we graduate #ZeroPt6= larryChiangFellows flip.it/XUh66


The idea of “selling something we don’t own” is to execute Paul Graham and Paul Buchheit’s and Sam Altman’s advice: “sell it before you make it” + ‘Do Things That Dont Scale’


Here are legendary entrepreneurs who’ve DJ’d together: ‘Do Things That Dont Scale’
 “sell it before you make it”
- Tim O’Reilly
- Steve Jobs
- Marc Benioff
- Larry Ellison 

They’re all in this video


Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
Paper millionaire vs The #zeroPt6 millionaire

Download the official Twitter hashtag for making $600,000. #CS183X. Text me to start. 

ENGR145’s two anchor videos move you to the right on the entrepreneur bell curve 
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Emergency swings and cutting deals as an 9 year old

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December 19, 2014

By Larry Chiang Athletes are smarter.  Ivy League students are street smarter.  It used to be that jocks were dumb and ivy kids were nerds who couldn’t promote. Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang) 12/19/14, 7:05 PM Launching a party ‘franchise’!? It’s street smart to mark it SOLD OUT m.facebook.com/events/3145874… Well, Stanford engineering teaches business and  Ivy League+ […]

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2274, LABCS #2274, is Mark Your Launch Event SOLD OUT

December 19, 2014
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Seemingly Conflicting Startup Advice

December 18, 2014

By LARRY CHIANG As the great curator of OPA (other people’s advice), I’m here to tell you YC advice is not in conflict. It’s just out of order In the same spirit and “Makers Schedule versus Managers schedule”…, I PRESENT “THE PRE ENTREPRENEUR, PRE YC APPLICANT SCHEDULE (this also solves PG’s issue with “People always […]

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Starting Up’s Hard, So Some SPAM (917) 746-7048

December 18, 2014
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Pop Up Internship 1w

December 17, 2014

By Larry Chiang  Practice arbitrage It’s an MBA term for us engineering majors. While you’re an undergrad, you should practice buying low after you sell it high.  Let me repeat. First you sell it. Then you buy it.  Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang) 12/17/14, 1:34 PM I watch this and think: NFL fan bases can’t book Phx […]

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Excavating the Reasons Why the 139.96 Braun Power Cord Sells at Exorbitant Levels

December 17, 2014

By LARRY CHIANG I curated my way to be the “third institution of Silicon Valley”. This blog posts gets you into entrepreneur insights late and will leave you with more questions than answers.  This. Is. The. Way. To. Blog. At. The. Highest. Levels.  If you’d like a post written at the 8th grade level, see […]

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Duck, Duck, Duck, Ch 9 Startup Bankruptcy (lecture 18, CS 183b)

December 16, 2014

By Larry Chiang  Avoid startup failure. Learn CS 183b’s Lec 19. Tyler spoke. My comments are in BOLD startupclass.samaltman.com/courses/lec19  Tyler: Ok. Great! Thanks for having me.My name’s Tyler. I’m the CEO of Clever. What I want to talk today is about sales. I graduated college, where I studied math and statistics, and thought I was […]

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“Learn to Code” Is Not Ass Compelling as ‘Be rich like Larry Chiang’

December 14, 2014

blame Garry tan. I now know how to code! Subject WORDPRESS can’t have a buy now button There is a way to replicate the functionality of a Buy Now Button in a way which will work correctly on the WordPress site. In your WordPress page where you want the button to go, click the icon […]

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DJ API’s Precursor is DJing the Men’s Electric Shaver Braun 8985 to the Power Cord for a 7526

December 14, 2014

Larry Chiang graduated engineering school and crashed classes at the B-school. He landed a teaching gig at Stanford by abdicating the Stanford Women in Business lectern. After just three minutes and thirty-three seconds, he delegated his keynote and Stanford Daily wrote: Conference Gathers Young Women for Business. After a Harvard Law keynote that he did […]

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