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Formalizing Street Smarts and Putting Them in a Class

by Larry Chiang on November 13, 2013

By Larry Chiang 

In downtown Palo Alto, I am formalizing the process of ‘gaining a specific and unfair entrepreneur advantage’.

This can even be applied to other parts of the world, there is not as much VC. Let us all focus on engineers who hone in on the first 17 steps out of the batters box. Let’s focus on your first 17 steps as an entrepreneur.

“Engineer up a business model” is a set of signature business recipes. These recipes are living and breathing and have taken a life and a hashtag of their own.

Google: #EUBM.

Pattern replicate and pattern iterate.

Let your mentor pattern recognize. Google #PRPRPI 

Minimize your risk. RMRMRE is another phrase that is hashtagged. It stands for…

…you’ll have to watch my video to discover RMRMRE which took me years to develop.

My Stanford Engineering video boils down 20,000 hours and moves you to the right on the entrepreneur bell curve 

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