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Applied Entrepreneurship is a Stanford University Phrase

by Larry Chiang on May 28, 2015

Larry Chiang back doored his way by force on to the New York Times Best Seller list by reverse shoplifting his book into the Whole Foods at Columbus Circle and pre-promoting months-and-months before NY fashion week launch, “09-09-09” of “What They Don’t Teach You At Stanford Business School”. By debuting the book at Sundance and SXSW film festivals, Hollywood optioned WTDTYASBS. He’s testified before Congress and during TV interviews he tracks his own “mentor mentions per press interview” (#MMPPI) His mentors are Gerri Detweiler and Mark McCormack. Yes Gerri Detweiler of “Ultimate Credit Handbook” fame and Mark McCormack of, “What They Don’t Teach You at Harvard Business School” fame. Play and practice entrepreneurship with Larry’s ideas about ‘applied entrepreneurship.

New York Fashion Week (#NYFW) takes the best brands and helps them launch.
— Larry Chiang

By Larry Chiang

There was a time when entrepreneurship was theory. I don’t like theory. I like theorem.
If you don’t know the difference, you can leave this column now.

The “Theory of Everything” has zero application. The “Theorem of Sum Things” is applied sums of basic entrepreneurshitake.

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
Doing my HW (Cold calling @sselabs ) before #E145. I luv “Applied Entrepreneurship”!

SSE labs is now StartX

 #E145 is now  #ENGR145
yfrog is now dead because twitter killed a dev that built on the $twtr API
At the heart of “applied entrepreneurship” and nestled in the hardest part about the hardest work inside entrepreneurship is “cold calling”.
Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
The Art of Cold Calling
Chapter 6: https:// 
Nick Tippmann (@ntippmann)
The Art of Cold Calling via @LarryChiang
ENGR 145 has a sequel ‘hashtag’ #ENGR145s (it’s sales). My Theorem of Sum Things says:
“If you do 3 of 8 pop-up internships that take 7 hour/ each. It will be one more than 2 and 2 less than executing 5 #PopUpInternship”
HiLarryAss, u buy for $5, sell for $139.97. You love #PopUpInternship at Santa Con SF (and NYC) dontcha
“Pop Up Internship 1u” is spending 7 hours promoting “Uber”. Yup, you use stickers to make $20 per uber sign up
Arbitrage power cords
Yup, is mcuban like Mark Cuban’s twitter handle. Because he mentored us to practice sales by selling shoelaces
Here is exactly how to sell a power cord
And selling it before you buy it
two anchor videos are #E145 based
image.pngStanford moves you to the right on the entrepreneur bell curve (it’s all free at
Is a bit ly I memorized that links to
CEO of Duck9
Stanford University’s Founding EIR (Entrepreneur in Residence)
Duck9 = Deep Underground Credit Knowledge 9
c/o UCMS Inc
2021 Midwest Road / 3rd FL
Oak Brook IL
650-283-8008 (cell)
Founder of “What They Don’t Teach at Business School” for CNN iReport:
Author, NY Times Bestseller
“What They Will NEVER Teach You at Stanford Business School about EUTWMPPM @SXSW” comes out 11-11-14
52 Cards. Two Jokers. What They DO Teach You at Stanford Engineering
Emergency swings and cutting deals as an 9 year old

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