The Purple Cow

You don't need an army of people to start something.

Google started out with 2 people, Larry Page and Sergey Brin,

Apple with 3, Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne.

Facebook with 5, Mark Zuckerberg and some of his Harward friends. 

Together, these three companies have more than 100,000 employees worldwide and over 1 trillion dollars in market capitalization. 

As mind-boggling the numbers look today, they all began with simpler numbers at first. 

A few friends in a small garage/dorm room wanting to make their idea a reality. That’s the key. Ideas are everywhere. They are floating all around the internet as you read this. It’s the execution that counts. It’s the way you bring the idea to the public that counts.

And for that, you don’t an awful lot of people. Just a few ones.

Just the right ones.