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Gua Gua Guacamole | Executing a recipe one painful step at a time

by Larry Chiang on December 21, 2012

By Larry Chiang

I’m both sounding an alarm and signalling an opportunity.

Executing a recipe one painful step at a time is very difficult for people under 25. It requires extreme focus.

For example,

A bunch of Stanford engineers (me included) couldn’t re program the remote. The recipe works.

It’s the chefs that were broken. I examine “undergrad engineer entrepreneurship execution” via Gua Gua Guacamole business recipes. Learn and master this to gain an advantage.

It battles the true saying: “the devil is in the details”.

It leverages Confucius: “The journey of a 1000 entrepreneur steps is made easier when you follow Larry Chiang’s 35 steps in Gua Gua Guacamole recipe #4”.

See ENGR145’s Anchor Concept: Lemonade and Gua Gua Guacamole

It moves you to the right on the entrepreneur bell curve

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