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Revisiting the Fifth Epiphany

by Larry Chiang on April 26, 2016

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
I’m back in Engineering school

By Larry Chiang

I swear, I was the only undergrad ever to go back and study after acing a final. DJ-ing mentors together in the Fifth Epiphany at Harvard Business School:
culmination and sequel to five (5) authors’ lifetime work. The concepts taught at Harvard and Sloan were disc-jockey’d from sequel books* weaving up a five song mashup — it was epic. Smoothie, smooth is the Stanford Engineering textbook by Steven Blank, Four Steps to the Epiphany, start and Mark McCormack’s, “What They DO NOT Teach You at Harvard Business School
For example, Paul Graham taught me, Larry Chiang, this
Translation: Make a small group of people VERY happy. I larry chiang’d it with sorority girls and their FICO scores
Geoffrey Moore Taught me this in 1991 (5 years before you were born)
So Geoffrey Moore and PG equals…
Together it’s blog post “What Altair Basic is This The Microsoft Of”

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