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Crystal Ball, Stanford Engineering Grad Class of 2015

by Larry Chiang on December 18, 2012

By Larry Chiang

Graduate to a Fortune 100 job with a huge starting salary before you become an entrepreneur at age 26.

Shocked?! Other VCs coach you to do what’s good for them. And their fund.

I recommend you get paid to learn.

I recommend you take zero risk.

I *KNOW* you should master entrepreneurship skills as an undergrad. Enroll in ENGR 145

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It moves you to the right on the entrepreneur bell curve

Or take the exact same class in business school in 2020 and kick yourself for not having taken it seriously summer 2013 when you FIRST took ENGR 145.

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