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Crashing Front Rows of UT and Fashion Week

by Larry Chiang on May 2, 2015

Larry Chiang’s 5th book, What They Don’t Teach You At Stanford Business School, launched after a Harvard Law School keynote on the New York Fashion Week runway 09-09-2009. He knows how to sniff out grand openings and crashed them with his dog Baxter. As CEO of Duck9, he spearheads to effort to get college consumers get a FICO over 750. Post H.L.S. keynote, Harvard Business wrote: “What They Don’t Teach You at Stanford Business School” (his last Austin themed post was done #shirtless in “Larry Chiang Sets an intention for SXSW“.

NY Fashion Week has supermodels getting a high FICO credit score because I supermodel on-the-side
By Larry Chiang
I crashed an industry and passed a law from the inside (HR627). You can say I have a JBA in business. Yup, a Jedi in Business Admin. 
See this Jedi mind trick when I get UT’s entrepreneurship leadership committee member to thank me after crashing the front row
I take super good notes 

Joshua Baer (@JoshuaBaer)
@LarryChiang thanks for joining us at @LonghornStartup Demo Day. You look like you are taking meticulous notes!

Here are more notes from UT’s parallel class at Palo Alto 
Yup, Cross the Chasm From The Rigjt
If you’re wanting a job after graduation or an internship, be entrepreneurial about it. Read my post that previews my UT lecture on “Crashing”
After crashing, I add value by blessing the host with rights-free images that promote their brand. As a supermodel who will crash in 20 CS undergrads, it’s the least I could do
If you’re crashing, it helps to be at the hotel that is hosting. It is a crashing method called “How to Get Home Field Advantage on the Road (by Mark McCormack #HTGHFAOTR)
I crashed a fluffy turtle into the family of mammals
I crashed this white girl into being honorary Asian 

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