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Eight Hashtags and the First 17 Steps

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By Larry Chiang

My focus is on your first 17 steps as a founder, out of the starting gate of home plate.

Get it?!

17 steps and you are rounding first base. Getting to first base is like holding hands on a date. Pretty good stuff.

First base is a good thing.

Here are more good things

Eight hashtags help in the achieving of 17 steps:

#LCMCC
#RMRMRE
#PRPRPI
#EUBM
lotsa #GuaGuaGuacamole
Def #EUBM
PRPRPI a #LTMVP
#EUTWMPPM

I said EUBM twice because its super cool 🙂

And extra credit… Dig into this is you wanna launch and get paid to promote at SXSW

image_normal.jpg Unofficial Austin (@UnofficialATX)
7/17/12, 9:16 AM
First #LCMCC.
Maybe do MIT’s #LCSA
lotsa #GuaGuaGuacamole
Def #EUBM
Iterate a #LTMVP
Get #mvee4VC
Then #R2D2VC at #OFGPFSE
speak #sxsw

more!

4 books
3 blog posts
2 videos,
1 #ENGR145 class…

Gets you a clear, clean and risk free start to your startup w 17 inflection points

I’m the practicing engineering entrepreneurship scholar that hacked up marketing recipes for engineers to use in a GitHub, stack overflow kinda way

Yes, I have a Jedi in Business Admin (JBA)

Here is how I break it down

bd26194fa93733b624ec22966dbdb9d9_normal.jpeg Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
10/16/13, 10:34 AM
“4 books 3 blog posts 2 videos, 1#ENGR145 class, 5 parties and your 1st 17 inflection points”

FOUR BOOKS
– Tom Byers TECH ENTREPRENEURSHIP

– Mark McCormack’s WTDTYAHBS

– Tom Kosnik’s GEAR UP

– Steven Blank’s 4 STEPS TO AN EPIPHANY

(OPTIONAL GEOFFREY MOORE’s NEXT BOOK “CROSSING THE CHASM FROM THE RIGHT”. IT’S A SEQUEL TO “CHASM” and “ESCAPE VELOCITY”. Preview it here #CTCFTR

3 blog posts
http://bit.ly/vc0309z

http://bit.ly/vc0309chasm

http://bit.ly/vc0309b

TWO VIDEOS
http://bit.ly/buster14512w

http://bit.ly/buster14512v

ONE CLASS
Engineering 145.

if you want the five parties, they’re in the #ENGR145 feed

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Written by Larry Chiang

October 18, 2013 at 7:03 am

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