The 1st Week

Posted on June 11, 2011 by


After driving 1800 miles in two days my brain is shot and my legs are restless.  It’s time to start exploring Denver, but more importantly it’s time to start working.  First, I need to get situated and buy a few things; balls, (dog) food, Post-it easel pad, and a DVI monitor connection.

Where to begin?  We don’t have an idea yet, but after a few days of brainstorming we came up with an idea that should only take us a week or so to execute.  Rule of thumb, think big but start small!  Get a win under your belt and be productive.

It’s important to assess your resources, I’m talking human capital.  We realized after a long discussion that our team knows a good amount of people in Denver who can help us in a bind, phone app developers, coders, graphic designers, brewery owners, and more.  We also have others all across the country who we can get on the phone for favors.

We started researching the startup scene in Denver, potentially buy a spot in an office hotel, for $50 a month, which gives us access to their office space four days a month.  It’s important to get out of the house and meet like minded catz to confirm you aren’t crazy!

Time to chase a ball,


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