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What Happens When You Start-Up a Small Business Startup By DJ-ing Chocolate

by Larry Chiang on December 21, 2015

Larry Chiang’s book, What They Don’t Teach You at Stanford Business School (WTDTYASBS), helps you get up and rise from the rest of the Ivy league. The hashtag, ‘#WTDTYASBS’ is a result of executing Mark McCormack’s, book, “What They Don’t Teach You at Harvard Business School“. Larry Chiang launches at SXSW and New York Fashion Week regularly. Duck9 mentors students 17-24 years old to get a FICO well over the 90th percentile of credit scores. You have seen “What They Don’t Teach You at Stanford Business School” and “Lets Succeed at SXSW ” are at Harbus, Harvard B-school’s blog.

This is how a business starts: Crying, screaming and kicking our way into the world…

“NY Fashion Week looks great from the front row.”
– Larry Chiang, CEO
By Larry Chiang
When a chocolate bar gets melted down and blended, people get mad. When a startup starts, you must DJ things together that exist…

Maya Baratz (@mbaratz)
Turns out the story of Mast Brothers chocolate is the story of The Emperor’s New Clothes. Err, beards.…

Interesting that you say new clothes because that’s what Starbucks is… New clothes on a Peets coffee bean. Here is what me and Maya Baratz mean:

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
I see a similar pattern. Re Starbucks founders sold Peets beans #ExternalAPI…

Music gets DJ’d.

Some DJs branch out a make music
Some musicians DJ. 
Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
You’re allowed to DJ music before you make music. Y can’t u DJ chocolate? #DJapi#ExternalAPI#ENGR145s…

API’s can be DJd–

#DJapi is on Twitter. 
Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
My mentor taught me about how he started the “Senior Golf Tour”. same courses & sponsors
Heard of ‘IMG’!? #ENGR145s



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