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2014 National Engineering Week Feb 16 to March 12

by Larry Chiang on October 16, 2013

By Larry Chiang Have you heard of me?! I’m an engineer that doubled as a supermodel. My debut was Mom’s Day Fashion Show in Champaign. Remember, your social life and frat is in Champaign, but the Engineering Quad’s in Urbana. I am the guy that spiked NY Fashion Week to almost be a month long :-)))) My mentor started that Mark McCormack Anyway, I love engineering. I effen rock it. So redick You may have heard that I, LARRY CHIANG, started a million dollar business in my dorm room. Became millionaire. Self funded. Fundraised a VC fund via text message Also, because I am Chinese and so are my mother and father, they made me get a fortune 100 job. Yup. Number one starting salary that was highest. It still stands. University Of Illinois. Now I know you’ve hurl’d a li’l in your mouth… …but you’re curious. How did this guy with only a bachelors degree teach at Stanford University in Palo Alto, CALIF?! yeah, I know, right!! Here is how. Here is more on how LARRY CHIANG did it… I regurgitate what my mentor taught me. Yup. Yup, business recipes from a 1983 book doesn’t sound sexy. But repackaged as “Gua Gua Guacamole” makes it a huge hit. My mentor was Mark McCormack In short, I “trick” engineers to sell and promote. Cost= (-$200) Also known as cost equals a negative 200 bucks. Normally, at this point of the article, an author or copyblogger copywriter would sell you something after building up all that value It’s a negative $200 meaning I’ll pay you to organize an MVP (minimum viable party). Google: Larry Chiang Minimum Viable Party. You can either be a hamster and game the Scavenger Hunt of this… Or look for my Easter Eggs centered around Engineering Entrepreneurship Easter Egg #1 = #ENGR145 Easter Egg #2 = #UTeWeek (I’ll fly u there to Austin for SXSW and get u UT dorm housing. Its a lemonade stand biz UT kids did) Easter Egg #3 = American Express’ Under-Promoted Credit Truths at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week (MBFW)” Easter Egg #4 = check out my guest lectures at top engineering colleges. I turn them in to student panels where last years engineering students teach and speak Easter Egg #5 = #LCMCC Easter Egg #6 = #LC9090i Easter Egg #7 = “Entrepreneur Jiu Jitsu” Easter Egg #8 = What A Super Model Can Teach a Harvard MBA About Credit Easter Egg #9 = #LarryChiangSXSW. think of it as Engineering Spring Break Easter Egg #10 = My Stanford Engineering video boils down 20,000 hours and moves you to the right on the entrepreneur bell curve Easter Egg #11 = Princeton Engineering Student product that took 70 min to prototype and distribute, “52 Cards. Two Jokers. What They DO Teach You at Stanford Engineering” Easter Egg #12: Paul Graham’s blog post Do something with this blog post and I’ll fly you to Stanford University Startup School In 2015 October 17, 2015 is Startup School Easter Egg #13. My cell is below. My number is real so ideally, you’d text before you call But whatevs. You’re an engineer. You ONLY TEXT Easter Egg #14 = a GigaOm article I wrote (for engineers): How to Close a Deal via Voicemail Or how to close for “3 Legendary Internships in a Row” Yup, you’re buried in Easter Eggs Know that my mentor rose after being buried a couple days and then scandalously got a new animal mascot (Easter bunny) to “hack distribution” Yup, the original “growth hacker” was a dude selling ideas while getting abused CEO of Duck9 MIT University EIR (Entrepreneur in Residence) Duck9 = “Deep Underground Credit Knowledge” 9 125 University Avenue/ 100 Palo Alto CA 94301 650-566-9600 650-566-9696 (direct) 650-283-8008 (cell) **************** Editor of the BusinessWeek Channel “What They Don’t Teach at Business School” CNN Video Channel: Read my last 10 tweets at Author, NY Times Bestseller “What They Will NEVER Teach You at Stanford Business School” comes out 11-11-14 Emergency swings and cutting deals as an 9 year old ########## Duck9 is part of UCMS Inc. 630-705-5555 More on #ENGR145’s SHIFTING right on the entrepreneur bell curve

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