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How Mentorship Works at High Levels

by Larry Chiang on January 23, 2018

Larry Chiang engineered a fabricated degree called a Jedi in Business Administration ( J.B.A.). He was not assigned a mentor, he had to hustle for one. And what a whale of a mentor, Mark McCormack, was and is. Neither Chiang, nor his mentor, McCormack, went to Harvard Business School. But after Mark McCormack passed away in 2003, Chiang gave a Harvard Law School keynote, “What They Don’t Teach You at Stanford Business School” where he cited his mentor a half dozen times or more. Check out Harvard’s Harbus for more of Chiangs writings that pay homage to the best street smart agent who rose from lowly Yale Law School 😉

Sorry. HLS and SLS made me include that…

Larry Chiangby Larry Chiang

 Who is Bran Hoyer. It turns out Hoyer is Tom Brady’s cohort mentor.


Tom Brady was accused of being celebratory after a backup quarterback was traded.

Don’t. Believe. The. Manufactured. Rumor.

Here is the congruent and coherent, rebuttal

“I think I’m very empathetic toward other people’s experiences.

I know those situations aren’t easy. I’ve never been traded or released, but I can imagine how that might feel.

You see, there is a core theme of mentorship. It courses through the fraternity of quarterbacks no mater what laundry they’re wearing on their backs.

Tom Brady expanded further

I would never, ever feel that way about when Jimmy got traded, when Jacoby [Brissett] got traded. I’ve kept in touch with all those guys. When Matt Cassel was gone.

Tom Brady mentors as much as he gets mentored.

All these guys I’ve worked with, I felt like I had such a great relationship with all the quarterbacks I’ve worked with. I kept in touch with basically everybody. So to characterize that as a certain way is just completely, completely wrong.

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