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What’s Stanford Engineering’s “Sound Of Silence”?

by Larry Chiang on February 23, 2017

By Larry Chiang
My bad! I made fun of Paul Graham’s Lec 3; #cs183b. The title was “Do things that don’t scale”. The class was HTSAS. If you’re not familiar with that stanford engineering class on entrepreneurship, you should probably leave.
Free entrepreneurship videos on You Tube tagged #cs183b are for closers, only 🇺🇸🐳🇺🇸🐳
In hi lecture he never says anything about Do things that don’t scale. 

Paul Graham (@paulg)
“Some of the most useful things I’ve learned about startups are also things I’d never share publicly.” foundersatwork.posthaven.com/the-sound-of-s…
Paul Graham (@paulg)
Jessica told me this was the 4th post she’s written about why she’s reluctant to speak out online. The first 3 she didn’t publish.
Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
Believe PG! Dishing #cs183creditScore unfiltered advice has left me with hoards of remorse twitter.com/paulg/status/8…


I’m Chinese. I know what “sound of silence” is all about. A lot of advice has a risk. So when PG skips out advice centered around Do things that don’t scale, I get it. 
 
So when I am about to get great advice, I mitigate all my potential mentor’s risk by
1/ reading what my potential mentor wrote
2/ guessing at their advice based on extrapolations of interviews
3/ pulling out feedback
4/ doing time distortion NLP trick to get a potential mentor to risk “knowledge transfer”
 
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So maybe read PG’s essay Do things that don’t scale and then email him for a meeting about Doing things that don’t scale
 

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Networking Tips with the CEO of Duck9, Larry on Twitter

February 23, 2017

CEO of Duck9, Larry (@6502838008) 1/12/17, 9:29 PM When to work the phone by @LarryChiang. When to work the USPS. pic.twitter.com/8okT3ZVeT9 Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang) 1/16/17, 8:08 PM When to work your funnel using United States Postal Service. twitter.com/6502838008/sta… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WVKHwYJzVVc&sns=em

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Emotional Quotient #CS183eQ

February 21, 2017

By Larry Chiang Like an intelligence quotient, an emotional Quotient measures your ability to delay, gratification.  Super majority of the time, delayed gratification is taught to us by our parents. Let us now try to teach it to our adult selves… #cs183eQ Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang) 2/20/17, 2:26 PM For the community (&work!), I put out […]

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Second Supplier Gambit #cs183ssg

February 21, 2017

CEO of Duck9, Larry (@6502838008) 2/18/17, 11:32 AM Like all alpha males, I have a back up service provider in addition to my service provider [Leverage SSG 2nd Supplier Gambit] #cs183ssg twitter.com/larrychiang/st… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eudADPfTWiE&sns=em http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WVKHwYJzVVc&sns=em

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Got refund!?! 5th request to cancel / 3rd request via Tweet by Larry Chiang [4th request via 650-667-7047]

February 17, 2017

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang) 2/15/17, 8:39 AM .@goforward – can you cancel my Friday appt and cancel my account [2nd attempt] cc in writing to 180 Sutter; 94104 “billed annually” twitter.com/larrychiang/st… $1788.oo

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How Does Stuff Start (no VC)

February 16, 2017

Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) 2/14/17, 2:48 PM Kevin Plank made $17K on a Valentines Day flower business. He used that money to start Under Armour. He’s now an investor in @SendUrbanStems Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang) 6/23/16, 11:41 AM In pictures what the #wrightBros and @justinkan did, @michellelsun #GES2016 #tractionConf pic.twitter.com/Bm7W4IuscG  Kate Upton was innovative about her start in […]

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FOIA is to the FBI as FCRA is to Credit Bureaus

February 15, 2017

Larry Chiang commands Congressional attention with a J.B.A. Jedi in Business Administration. Neither Mark McCormack, his mentor nor he, went to Harvard Business School. But after Chiang’s Harvard Law School keynote, Harvard’s Harbus wrote: “What They Don’t Teach You at Stanford Business School”. Better than a credit bureau letter mailed from Chiang’s Palo Alto dorm […]

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Operate A Credit Card Like a Debit Card To Save Money

February 9, 2017

By Larry Chiang You’re reading this post because you have been screwed by a surprising array of junk fees associated with using your debit card… CEO of Duck9, Larry (@6502838008) 2/9/17, 10:08 AM Fixing up your credit score so that you can journey from debit card to prepaid to postpaid to ‘immediately pay your post […]

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Video Credit Mike Reiss*

February 6, 2017

Larry Chiang rolls into super bowl parties with a J.B.A. Jedi in Business Administration. Neither Mark McCormack, his mentor, nor he went to Harvard Business School. But after Chiang’s Harvard Law School keynote, Harvard’s Harbus wrote: “What They Don’t Teach You at Stanford Business School”. Better than a credit bureau letter mailed from Chiang’s Palo […]

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Stanford Engineering cs183 + a Darren Rovell Tweet Shows Us Clawbacks

February 4, 2017

By Larry Chiang my @StanfordEng inspired #cs183clawback… Clawback is when a founder buys something back. Typically, it’s stock.  This case it’s a car that served as startup, venture capital  Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) 2/2/17, 9:40 AM “Papa” John Schnatter sold his 1971 Camaro for $2,800 to start his pizza biz. Bought same car back in 2009 for $275K! pic.twitter.com/QAFvN0vbY3 […]

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