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Tweets by Jussi Laakkonen, Hiten Shah, Eric Ries and Dave McClure Led Me to Steve Blank

by Larry Chiang on April 28, 2015

Larry Chiang’s 5th book, “What They Don’t Teach You At Stanford Business School“, is a sequel to his mentor’s, Mark McCormack’s book, What They Don’t Teach You At Harvard Business School. What They Don’t Teach You At Stanford Business School quotes Mark McCormack’s book in every chapter and even launched at Mark McCormack’s, IMG’s, “New York Fashion Week”. What They Don’t Teach You At Stanford Business School went from runway release on 09-09-09 right on to the NY Times bestseller list in under an hour! Initially, Chiang used his mentor’s book, What They Don’t Teach You At Harvard Business School, to start a company as an engineering major. Duck9, at Illini Tower, helps students get a FICO credit card credit score over 750. Prior to the NY Fashion week book launch party, Chiang did an H.L.S. keynote causing Harvard Business School to write: โ€œWhat They Donโ€™t Teach You at Stanford Business School“. Confused?? Well, his latest post in Harbus was done #shirtless as a yogi, “Setting an intention to win SXSW, THIS 2016 SXSW“.

“Larry Chiang Fashion Week (LCFW) is Sept 10-20.”
— Larry Chiang, supermodel
By Larry Chiang

Having a hot girlfriend means a lot of dudes talk to them. 6 years, two weeks ago, I was at PAC Bell Stadium for a fundraiser and this guy starts chatting up my gf while I’m bird dogging the filet. Lets call her “Jessica”. I come back and he’s hot boxing. Then, he goes
(1) I work in LA at PopSugar and
(2) Four Steps to the Epiphany is amazing.
This dude is trying to run game on my  girlfriend using entrepreneurshit game. Then, I start thinking.
He is not trying to bang my hawt gf “Jessica”. He is trying to network with me and using my gf as an ‘in’. Crazy!
So, I say, “Excuse me”. 
I jump on my iPhone 9 and order from Amazon. At the time Borders was still open. Borders is a bookstore. America was closed to Canadians even back in March, 2000
Thus, I ordered “Four Steps to the Epiphany”
Page 165
Jussi Laakkonen (@jussil)
@LarryChiang The Four Steps to the Epiphany by @sgblank

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
Larry will be cool this week with “4 Steps to An Epiphany” author speaking :-).
CEO of Duck9, Larry (@6502838008)
“6 yrs ago today. I met @sgblank via his book, #4ste. 5 yrs 363 days, in person at #Startup2Startup @TheGarden Ct Hotel”
— @LarryChiang

RT @LarryChiang: Entrepreneurs born or made? Hear what @msuster @sgblank +experts have to say @BasesEvents

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
Steve @sgblank presenting @basesevents #ebc10
Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
Pitching @scooterbraun on @sgblank‘s “THERE WILL BE STEEL IN THEIR EYES”
Yeah, I just optioned a MVBP (min vi blog post

Marcus Nelson (@marcusnelson)
RT @davemcclure: Must watch video from last night @startup2startup #s2s event @sgblank @ericries (via @KISSmetrics)

Dave McClure (@davemcclure)
summary post last night @startup2startup talk w/ @sgblank @ericries + video/presos #leanstartup #s2s (thx @MHendric ๐Ÿ™‚

Eric Ries (@ericries)
Going to join @sgblank on stage at startup2startup on the 30th with some all new material

Hiten Shah (@hnshah)

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ENGR145’s two anchor videos move you to the right on the entrepreneur bell curve 
Is a bit ly I memorized that links to
CEO of Duck9
Stanford University’s Founding EIR (Entrepreneur in Residence)
Duck9 = Deep Underground Credit Knowledge 9
c/o UCMS Inc
2021 Midwest Road / 3rd FL
Oak Brook IL
650-283-8008 (cell)
Founder of “What They Don’t Teach at Business School” for CNN iReport:
Author, NY Times Bestseller
“What They Will NEVER Teach You at Stanford Business School about EUTWMPPM @SXSW” comes out 11-11-14
52 Cards. Two Jokers. What They DO Teach You at Stanford Engineering
Emergency swings and cutting deals as an 9 year old
Later Mike Arrington, Brian Solis and I hosted a TC afterparty in LA at PopSugar. Nephew Sabastian, that’s how you came to be (via Lilian Chiang)

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