Ryan Allis: CEO, entrepreneur, former co-chairperson of Technology for Obama, social media start-upper, one-year Harvard Business School attendee, and recently, 30-year-old asshole.
We grew up in the age of technology and because of that, we have sat through our fair shares of PowerPoint presentations. However, Ryan Allis said, “No, no. You have not,” and then dropped a massive 1,284-slide PowerPoint presentation onto the lap of the world.
The PowerPoint, entitled “Lessons From My 20s” was broken down into three major categories: Life, Entrepreneurship, and The World. Throughout the PowerPoint, we learned some very important things:
- Ryan Allis thinks very highly of FedEx packages.
- He’s kind of puzzled at the fact that we spend such a long time in school, and not much time finding people who will teach us after we’re done with school.
- Important people love being tweeted at!
- He is a proponent of regularly updated bucket lists.
- And, if you thought that we may have finally found a techy, Ivy League-ish CEO who wasn’t even a little bit inspired by Star Wars, think again.
Beautiful thoughts; douchebag move.
Here’s to hoping that ten years from now he doesn’t try to fit “Lessons From My 30s” in 1,284 tweets.
Happy birthday, Ryan Allis.