Secret Way for CS Majors to Run A Credit Report WITHOUT A TRACE

Fri, May 4, 2012

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Larry Chiang investigates and experiences entrepreneurship and pre-entrepreneurship. He covers the front-lines via Bloomberg BusinessWeek’s channel “What They Don’t Teach You at Business School”. He has a JBA not an MBA. Its a Jedi in Business Administration. After Chiang’s Harvard Law keynote, Harvard Business wrote: “What They Don’t Teach You at Stanford Business School“ (the same title as his NY Times bestseller). If you read his scandalously awesome “How to Hack at AfterParty“, “What a Supermodel Can Teach a Stanford MBA” and “How to Get Man-Charm”, you will like his latest post:

Secret Way for CS Majors to Run A Credit Report WITHOUT A TRACE

By Larry Chiang


Larry Chiang Interviews CNN’s Chris Peacock on Credit Scores

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I have a METHOD of getting your credit report and not having it negatively impact FICO credit score. For cs Majors ONLY, I’ll personally deliver you a credit report. Text me a picture of your name written in pen/sharpie/chalk/white-board marker OR sharpie.

I said sharpie twice because I really like Sharpies as they help with addressing postage mail paper envelopes.


Megan at MBFW

Paper trail of mail works at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week and for your credit card credit score


 

*** BONUS ***
a party invite for you…

If you liked this… defaultLarry’s mentor Mark McCormack wrote this in 1983. His own book came out 09-09-09. It is called ‘What They Don’t Teach You At Stanford Business School

This post was drafted in an hour and needs your edits… email me if you see a spelling or grammatical error(s)… larry@larrychiang com

 

Larry Chiang started his first company UCMS in college. He mimicked his mentor, Mark McCormack, founder of IMG who wrote the book, “What They Don’t Teach You at Harvard Business School”. Chiang is a keynote speaker and bestselling author and spoke at Congress and World Bank.

 

Text or call him during office hours 11:11am or 11:11pm PST +/-11 minutes at 650-283-8008. Due to the volume of calls, he may place you on hold like a Scottsdale Arizona customer service rep. If you email him, be sure to include your cell number in the subject line. If you want him to email you his new articles…, ask him in an email :-)

You can read more equally funny, but non-founder-focused-lessons on Larry’s Amazon blog

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