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Robin Lundberg and GONZilla on Twitter Talking About Credit Scores on Jay Z’s Album

by Larry Chiang on July 3, 2017

Larry Chiang welds a Jedi in Business Administration (J.B.A.) He was mentored by Mark McCormack who wrote, “What They Don’t Teach You at Harvard Business School”. Neither he nor his mentor went to b-school but both value street-smarts, sales and distribution skills. Harvard’s Harbus wrote: “What They Don’t Teach You at Stanford Business School” which is the title of Chiang’s book after a lecture at Harvard Law

Larry ChiangBy Larry Chiang

Credit scores are pretty important. 
Robin Lundberg (@robinlundberg)
I know the credit score joke is made a lot, but beyond surface $, the themes of 4:44 are vulnerability, unity, and personal responsibility.
GONZilla (@egonzzz1122)
@robinlundberg The credit score thing is very very very very real. Another thing they don’t teach in schools along with taxes and mortgages.

Robin Lundberg (@robinlundberg)
@egonzzz1122 I agree but the theme is deeper

GONZilla (@egonzzz1122)
@robinlundberg To get that deep,you gotta look at what’s on top first.Without the credit score,the money doesn’t matter unless you are the 1% kind of money

Robin Lundberg (@robinlundberg)
@egonzzz1122 Yeah he says that so blatantly for a reason

GONZilla (@egonzzz1122)
@robinlundberg Yes. Because people don’t realize it. Had he said work on ya credit before a strip club reputation, people would just sing it. The fact that

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