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from 1813 days ago

If I could be a student again, there’s one professor I’d want to meet: Tina Seelig, the Executive Director for the Stanford Technology Ventures Program, in the Entrepreneurship Center at Stanford’s School of Engineering. The next best thing for me was to read her book, What I Wish I Knew When I Was 20.

Maybe I just wish to be 20 again. Come to think, reading her book was like being a kid again; getting in touch with the creative powerhouse within was very stimulating.

Many of my friends are glad to see this interview published, they’re hoping I’ll calm down now and won’t be waving my scribbled copy with the well-worn, broken binding in their faces as I quote favorite passages from Tina’s masterwork with the byline A Crash Course on Making your Way in the World.

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