What They Dont Teach You At Stanford Business School

Stuff you can't learn in B-school: LARRY CHIANG

Follow your effort, not your passion

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By Larry Chiang

“I was lucky. I grew up knowing that hard work and smart work has a greater impact on results than being passionate about something.” — Mark Cuban

Bernard_normal.jpgBernard Moon (@bernardmoon)
12/28/12 11:05 PM
Mark Cuban: What Entrepreneurs Need to Know Before Starting a Business entrepreneur.com/blog/225357 via @entmagazine @sparklabskorea

Potentials for ENGR 145, read “Follow your effort, not your passion” http://bit.ly/mcuban710
Starting “Lemonade stand businesses”

BOTH are written by Mark Cuban

Study Stanford’s tech entrepreneurship class… ENGR145’s

The Anchor Concepts: Lemonade and Gua Gua Guacamole. It moves you to the right on the entrepreneur bell curve

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“What They Will NEVER Teach You at Stanford Business School” comes out 11-11-14


52 Cards. Two Jokers. What They DO Teach You at Stanford Engineering

Emergency swings and cutting deals as an 9 year old

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Written by Larry Chiang

December 29, 2012 at 7:07 pm

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