Larry Chiang, President and CEO


I'll shoot you w/a nerf gun if you don't manage your credit.

11:11 is my goal of getting duck9 consumers lots of 1s.

24 1's in a row equals a 750 FICO.

A "one" is an on-time payment in credit reporting code.

A '9'=charged off bad-debt. You wanna duck 9s.

Duck9 = Deep Underground Credit Knowledge (Duck 9's on your credit report. 9's are charge-offs)

"Making sure college credit virgins get deflowered right since 2004"

"Larry Chiang is an expert at the dark art of FICO score preparation"

from Paul Thompson, Founder Scottish American Capital

Harvard Business School '09

"Who needs Stanford Business School when you have Larry Chiang"

from David Rohrsheim, Draper Fisher Jurvetson

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by Larry Chiang on August 1, 2014

Larry Chiang recites, reiterates and regurgitated his mentor, Mark McCormack’s, teachings. Because he is his best mentee, he got to keynote Harvard University. In the post event coverage, Harbus wrote: “What They Don’t Teach You at Stanford Business School“. Now, he writes at Harbus and teaches entrepreneurship via the new concept called, “Internapreneurship”. Learn to be a Jedi in Business Administration!


Larry ChiangOAK BROOK, IL

by Larry Chiang

An intern is a person who used to do crap jobs for nearly no wages.

Well now and internship is paid and awesome. I saw 2000 at Internapaloza. Most were engineers and they all get paid. That is a great innovation.

Well here is what is next:

Internapreneurship. I just made up that word. Its four part meaning is below.

part ONE.

You are an intern and are entrepreneurial about it in your method.

Remember, you got your cool internship kinda sketch. You were street smart about getting into Eventbrite, Yelp, fB.

part TWO.

As an intern, you listened to the lessons taught at Internapoloza’s list of legendary speakers. And executed. You executed being innovative at the expense of risking stepping on toes of people who were doing it wrong.

Part three.

You did a sequel concept.


Part 4, you have not done yet. Part four is where you practice making money on eBay selling Braun shaver power cords.
- you practice making money promoting a small event on Eventbrite.
- you practice making money selling santa costumes at Santa Con (plus it is an excuse to fly back to SF during Christmas)
- you practice self funding by preparing your FICO score. Then sell my signature system that isn’t patented, “Beat the FICO
- It is under “larry chiang 100% affiliate program” so you keep 100% of the revenue

Start google-ing stuff


Setting Up Your iPhone to EUTWMPPM

July 31, 2014

By Larry Chiang  EUTWMPPM is the thing that makes me legendary to males old and young. When females do it, they feel “imposter syndrome-y” because it catapults them so far forward. I wanted to call this article, “How to set up your iPhone 7 to do genius entrepreneur things” At New York Fashion Week, I’m […]

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Guru Gyaan Entrepreneurship

July 30, 2014

By Larry Chiang I was called a guru gyaan!  I googled it and it translates to “Guru’s advice”. While I’m honored, it’s not me who is the guru. It’s you. Ok, maybe not you yet. But if you listen to my mentor, Mark McCormack, you will be. Mark McCormack is a starting up a startup guru. […]

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Winning SXSW Using Best of SXSW

July 29, 2014

Larry Chiang is a self funded entrepreneur as is his co-founder. He has a JBA (Jedi in Business Administration) and after a Harvard Business School event, they wrote: “What They Don’t Teach You at Stanford Business School“. He taught an entrepreneurship class at Stanford University as an EIR (Entrepreneur in Residence) and now teaches us […]

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The Only Way to Run Credit Bureau Disputes via Email

July 29, 2014

Larry Chiang uses crayons and sharpie markers to outperform a team of MBAs. As a (JBA) Jedi in Business Administration, Harvard wrote: “What They Don’t Teach You at Stanford Business School“. He once took an entrepreneurship class at Stanford University three and a half times by sitting first row entrepreneurship. He goes through life with […]

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2010 Alexander Valley Release Day Party in 2014

July 28, 2014

Larry Chiang helped Harvard Law make fun of Stanford Business in, “What They Don’t Teach You at Stanford Business School”. In Harvard’s Harbus, he wrote the Fifth Epiphany that featured a Mr Peabody Movie Release Party. Its about 5 books and the sequels to all those books. He loves sequel franchises and the ‘Alexander Valley […]

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Larry Chiang to Attend TechCrunch Annual

July 28, 2014

Larry Chiang got a JBA (Jedi in Business Administration) after acing 13 networking parties. After a Harvard event, they wrote: “What They Don’t Teach You at Stanford Business School“. He got invited to co-teach THE entrepreneurship class at Stanford University. How?! Because he was willing to adopt the gay, male, assistant “Lloyd” role in a […]

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PayPal’s CVV

July 28, 2014

By Larry Chiang Ask me questions at… Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang) 7/28/14, 9:02 AM PayPal’s cvv If you have a smartphone, get the app here PayPal doesn’t ask you for a CVV. This is a perfect case study for reading the PayPal “Terms of Service”. There are conflicting answers because few read the TOS. Reading the […]

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Set The Curve as a TechCrunch, August Capital Guest

July 28, 2014

Larry Chiang DJs the engineering and biz dev skills into a JBA (Jedi in Business Administration). After a Harvard Business School event, they wrote: “What They Don’t Teach You at Stanford Business School”. He taught an entrepreneurship class at Stanford University and recently wrote about the Fifth Entrepreneur Epiphany which is a book review of […]

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My SXSW Method to Get Selected for “Panel Picker” 2015

July 24, 2014

By Larry Chiang  I’ve always wondered about SXSW content. If it was so awesome, why wait 6-8 months? I’ve also always wondered about the GMAT. I mean why ace a test just to wait 12-38 months for knowledge you need now (OB, fin & accy. Organizational behavior, finance, accounting). Why wait? I’ve also wondered by […]

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