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Mark Suster, risk, startup employee, early employee, reward, and being #5th – #12th startup employee

by Larry Chiang on April 16, 2015

Larry Chiang’s book, What They Don’t Teach You At Stanford Business School, has an entire chapter devoted to “Entrepreneurship #Ch9 and Sales via Lead Generation #Ch6”. As CEO of Duck9, he helps institutions make credit receivables less risky and plays the other side to by getting college students a “FICO” credit score over “748.6”. After a Harvard Law School keynote, Harvard Business wrote: “What They Don’t Teach You at Stanford Business School

NY Fashion Week has supermodels getting a high FICO credit score because I supermodel on-the-side
By Larry Chiang

As a CS major we do not have to ask ourselves: “Is it Time for You to Earn or to Learn? ”

Being fifth employee to twelfth employee stinks – You as the 5th make 1/30th what founder #3 makes

– There is a lot of risk pre money
– There is a lot of risk before you reach the 600,000th dollar of revenue in (#ZeroPt6)
– There are plenty of non-employee co-founders out there (so we can be #EmployeeZero #RyanGraves #BarneyPell #AurenHoffman

– Every acronym is a CS major subroutine. Good luck executing. execute 11:11 first. It’s 4 ‘1’s. I’s are an on time credit payment. 24 on time credit payments is a FICO of 750. At the heart of success is being on the correct side, the right side of the interest rate equation.

People get screwed because they have debt and short term money obligations

“People with debt can neither learn nor earn.” — Larry Chiang

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