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Key Takeaways for Pop Up Internship #1A

by Larry Chiang on October 13, 2014

Fashion Week’s front row
Braun Power Cord for 7030458, ships looking like this

Larry Chiang’s internship series at Stanford was called “How to Get Three Legendary Internships in a Row”. As CEO of Duck9, he encourages college student entrepreneurs at Stanford and beyond 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

Pop up internship #1a is where you sell braun power cords.
Stanford Engineering Sales and Customer Service Exercise: Power cord, Braun 7030458, for Braun shaver

You will, of course, learn to…

1/ executing tracking numbers
2/ providing text message customer support
3/ googling 5-10 word phrases like a CS major
4/ executing white hat SEO

5/ learn / execute #MVBP
6/ ditto #LTMVTA
7/ if canadian, you’re starting a FICO credit score
8/ ditto if you’re a Singaporean
9/ learn execute invoicing
10/ execute bilateral business intention so later you appreciate my mentors “one way letter of intent”
11/ learn pay pal and how it serves as escrow
Escrow is cash
Escrow is risk mitigation
Escrow is What PopUpInternsip Teaches

“For the execution of the voyage to the Indies, I did not make use of intelligence, mathematics or maps.”
– Christopher Columbus, Italian explorer (1451-1506)

So just execute and set aside your Stanford ENGR and locate $45 in working capital

Then, text me a pic of 45 bucks (no you’re not paying me, you are needing that to buy inventory AFTER YOU SELL IT)

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