I was chatting with friends that were curious about the startup process while in Golden Gate Park to welcome Isaac and Ruby’s newest member of the family Levi.
As we chatted the analogy of the “caveman” was used to help simplify the basic principles for a startup: find something people want and provide it, and to leave concerns about money and business structure and overhead to the side for the time being to focus on need.
Inspired by the newborn and interest in creating an environment for him in which the spirit lessons of entrepreneurship were not something held off until college or after I decided to take my story of “how the first business may have looked” and turn it into a kids book to help get kids thinking about entrepreneurism at an early age.
I went home and wrote the first draft that night.
Here are some memorable pictures from that day