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I Pattern Replicate John Wooden to Hack StartUpery

by Larry Chiang on December 7, 2013

By Larry Chiang
Being a founder is like being an NFL QB

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
John Wooden on how he won so many NCAA championships: I put a 22 year olds brain inside of a SOPH

The public thinks being a founder is born

The public thinks QBs are just born
Me and John Wooden think that more wisdom and more knowledge lead to more success. I’ve the specific goal which is to cram in a 30 year old, serial entrepreneur brain inside of a sophomore. 
If you’re part of my Canadian fan contingent, sophomore is second year. It’s like “I Will Teach You to Be Brian Wong”. 
ENGR145’s an open source class to move to the right on the StartUpery  Bell Curve — it’s goal is to make your first startup not your virgin attempt at entrepreneur success. Here is a video that has six hashtags that’ll have you wiser by the 9:50 mark
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