They weren’t really hiding.
They just needed a place to work – or actually, a place to fool around with what was mainly a hobby at the time.
So Steve and Steve got together in Steve’s parents’ garage.
Steve and Steve in 1976
That was on Crist Drive in Los Altos, California. The year was 1976.
The activity in Steve Jobs’ family garage, the place that Steve and Steve met to play with circuit boards and solder wires, soon moved past the hobby stage.
Steve and Steve soon found paying customers, and their new venture, which they called Apple Computer Company, started growing much faster than either one of them had perhaps expected.
But Steve and Steve kept their fledgling company going in that garage for the first two years of its existence.
At a fundamental level, it was still just two buddies having a good time together.
Of course there are lots of great stories about Steve and Steve and what happened to the tow of them back in those early days.
There are also lots of things that we don’t know about what happened then.
Even so, we can be pretty sure that Steve and Steve didn’t really suspect what would be happening to them, or to their computer-building company, in the years to come.
In 1976 they didn’t imagine the Mac.
Or the iPad, or the iPhone, or the iPod.
And certainly not the iWatch!
Getting In On The Ground Floor
But what was it like to get in on the ground floor with Steve and Steve?
In 1976 Steve Wozniak put together 50 Apple-1 computers by hand, painstakingly assembling them in Steve Jobs’ garage. The first one was completed on April 11, 1976, and in May of that year Steve and Steve showed off their creation at a meeting of the Homebrew Computer Club.
Steve and Steve put those Apple-1 computers on the market for $666.66 each. They were the first-ever pre-assembled personal computers to be offered for sale to the public.
There are a few of those original Apple-1 computers still around. In fact, on Wednesday, October 22, 2014, one of them was sold at auction in New York for a cool $905,000. The buyer was the Henry Ford Museum.
Why Remember Steve and Steve Right Now?
I’ve been thinking about Steve and Steve a lot lately.
That’s because we’re now just a few weeks away from the big launch of Project Regulus, which is designed to be the most comprehensive and the most effective training program in astro-trading that’s ever been offered.
Our current plans for Project Regulus plot its course for the coming year, culminating in our first-ever Heart of the Lion Astro-Trading Symposium in the summer of 2016.
The chances are good that Project Regulus will extend well beyond that date, however.
What’s Apple Got To Do With Project Regulus?
And as I review the history of Steve and Steve, it’s really hard for me to imagine what new things we’ll be creating with this exciting program, or what Project Regulus will look like in the years to come.
But like the early days of Apple Computer, Project Regulus is already a conspiratorial effort. During the past few weeks we’ve had a group of Charter Members joining us for the beginning of this new project.
Our Charter Members in Project Regulus get a lot of special benefits, not the least of which is the opportunity to help with the co-creation of the training modules in this ambitious new program.
The excitement is high right now, and it’s likely to get even higher as we move closer to June 16, which is the official launch date for Project Regulus.
During the coming weeks I’ll be sharing plenty of information about Charter Regulus and how you can get involved.
But between now and Sunday, May 31, there’s a special opportunity – if you’re creative and adventurous like Steve and Steve, you can join our select group of Charter Members.
It will give you a chance to find out what’s really going on behind that garage door – and it will put you in on the ground floor as we work together to create a new level of achievement in astro-trading mastery!
If you’re interested in exploring Charter Membership you can CLICK HERE to get more information. Just be sure to act fast, since this opportunity goes away after May 31.