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Do Asian Founders Do Things That Don’t Scale? (but have momentum!)

by Larry Chiang on October 21, 2014

Larry Chiang’s five pop up internships are a sequel to “How to Get Three Legendary Internships in a Row”. As CEO of Duck9, he encourages college student founders at Stanford to get a FICO over 740 so we can all self-fund. After a Harvard Law School keynote, Harvard Business wrote: “What They Don’t Teach You at Stanford Business School“.

Paid internships sometimes pay millions.

By Larry Chiang

In the old days, we Asians could pick if we wanted to be good at math or chem. Now, we gotta play a sport and learn how to sell. It’s tough being an Asian founder at a Top 1B college like Stanford University, because we have to:
– Ace the SATs
– pledge a house like Kappa Sig
– play a varsity, revenue sport. Get recruited.
– study engineering
– Study CS in Noyes that’s taught by a TA that doesn’t speak English
– sell advertising for the Daily Illini or Stanford Daily. (Or both, like #LarryChiang)
In short, you Asian friends of my friend “Chris” (who btw is SMART!)
You Asian kids born in 2000 and 2001, do a sequel Lemonade Stand Business…
…by selling power cords after 600 jumpers at Paly or 600 grounders w Kody #TeamKody

Basically, I am preparing you to be funded by Sequoia and the Y-combinator by teaching you the CS signature business subroutine: #dttdsBHM

CEO of Duck9, Larry (@6502838008)
‘do things that don’t scale (but have momentum)’ is NOW A FACEBOOK PHOTO ALBUM #dttdsBHM #CS183B

KNOW WHO RAY DALIO IS? was inspired by this

I am seriously Asian
Larry Chiang sits behind “Steve Strausberger” and peeks around him standing.

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