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Dan Ha, Ooshma Garg, Ricky Yean and Greg Gretsch Star In Entrepreneurship Panel That Got Me Fired!

by Larry Chiang on May 26, 2015

Larry Chiang investigates and experiences entrepreneurship and pre-entrepreneurship. He covers the front-lines via Bloomberg BusinessWeek’s channel “What They Don’t Teach You at Business School”. He has a JBA not an MBA. Its a Jedi in Business Administration. After Chiang’s Harvard Law keynote, Harvard Business wrote: “What They Don’t Teach You at Stanford Business School“ (the same title as his NY Times bestseller). If you read his scandalously awesome “How to Hack at AfterParty“, “What a Supermodel Can Teach a Stanford MBA” and “How to Get Man-Charm”, you will like his latest post:

Dan Ha, Ooshma Garg, Ricky Yean and Greg Gretsch Star In Entrepreneurship Panel That Got Me Fired!

By Larry Chiang

I love politics.
Am fascinated when talented people work with talented people. Don’t hurl, but I’m talented. Like übermensch talented. I used to be young and talented. So, I took on a political mentor. That mentor would come in handy because I got fired by producing something for undergrad entrepreneurship for females.
I pole well.

Greg Gretsch, Dan Ha, Ooshma Garg, and Ricky Yean were on a Andrew Bellay moderated panel I produced: “Incubating the Stanford Incubator”

Michael Terpin (@michaelterpin)
RT @alwayson: Incubating The #Stanford Student Incubator http://ow.ly/2mbU1 #SAS10

 

AlwaysOn (@alwayson)
Incubating The #Stanford Student Incubator via @alwayson http://bit.ly/cJaR8T http://fb.me/FivYPOyd

 

ViVu (@ViVuTv)
Incubating the Stanford Student Incubator @alwayson LIVE on http://vivu.tv #sas10 Greg Gretsch, Dan Ha, Ooshma Garg, Ricky Yean

duck9.com/blog/

Mark Bao (@markbao)
Incubating the Stanford Startup Incubator #sas10 #photo http://twitpic.com/29u5jb

That panel was real and it happened.

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
Incubating a startup or an acclerator is hard. Incubate 24 consecutive “1’s” is your ’11:11′ intention duck9.com/blog/uncategor…

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I took a lot of heat, but I like it hawt

 

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
MBAs are not exactly encouraging (GSBs kids) to enter an “accelerator” (incubator) (http://techcrunch.com/2010/06/10/sse-labs/ #sas10

3 admin heads rolled 🙂

http://techcrunch.com/2010/06/10/sse-labs/

Cory Levy (@cory)
Excited! RT @chamillionaire Check it. Im also gonna be here after Summit @Stanford #sas10 http://bit.ly/vc0729

http://bit.ly/vc0729

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
How To Leverage Getting Fired (From your own panel) #sas10 http://bit.ly/vc0729b (right link this time)

http://bit.ly/vc0729b

Chris McCann (@mccannatron)
.@rickyyean Stop live-tweeting on stage!! #sas10 #addicted http://yfrog.com/mzt1vcj

 

Download the female entrepreneurship panel that later led to a Lisa Falzone keynote #26Feb2013 (That got me a cease and desist letter 🙂

The 2010 #female CEO panel at Summit at Stanford

Lili Balfour (@lilibalfour)
Recap of #sas10 #female CEO panel. Women need to be fearless, tireless, willing to ask for (AND ACCEPT) help http://ow.ly/2mKyK #leadership

 

[the Lisa Falzone keynote is http://bit.ly/LFalzone710
It’s a direct outcome of Tom Kosnik’s effort #LisaFalzone]
Yup, I taught ENGR145 2010, 2011 and 2012. See my innovation in eliminating startup death and CS major, founder casualty

…because CS major founders and engineers now “Cross the Chasm From The Right”
Avoid financial death
Duck chapter 9 startup bankruptcy (#DuckCh9Bk). Don’t let me getting fired twice for doing my hobby, be wasted ;-P
Avoid getting fired from your startup.
Duck getting fired from a cash stash.
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Duck 9’s and be political with me.

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