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Hi Five is one paw. NOT TWO

by Larry Chiang on July 16, 2015

Larry Chiang has a Jedi in Business Administration. It’s the sum total of business tricks, street-smarts, blogging a lot, premiering a year and a half before, grand opening books on top of NY Fashion Week runway shows and predicting that “09-09-09” would be September 9, 2009. Yup, the date he launched, “What They Don’t Teach You At Stanford Business School”. By debuting the book at Sundance and SXSW film festivals nine months and six months before 09-09-09, respectively, Hollywood optioning “WTDTYASBS” seems almost normal. People forgive the audacity because boastfulness is coupled with “Mentor mentions per press interview” (#MMPPI) His mentors, 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) are promoted at nearly every media interview. Play and practice entrepreneurship with Larry’s ideas about leveraging the “Theorem of Sum Things” like a hashtag, #CS178 or/and a light sabre or/and the fact that two high fives are a Ten.

New York Fashion Week (#NYFW) is where the best brands pay to launch new lines of clothing.
— Larry Chiang

San Francisco, CALIF.

By Larry Chiang

Have you heard of the “Theorem of Sum Things”!?

Well this li’l guy thinks a high five is done with two paws

Brady, 2×5 = 10

5+1 = 6


Thus the “Theorem of Sum Things” just was proven.

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