Today most people, if not all, love apple products. We especially love the story about how the tech giant started out in a small garage, but not all of us know that there was a third co-founder of apple.
While the duo of Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak have become tech industry legends, there was another guy in the garage when Apple was founded: Ronald Wayne, who had a 10 percent stake in the company at the time. He acted as “adult supervision” of the project (he was 42 at the time). Wayne ended up selling his stake for $800—it would have been worth around $35 billion today. Whew!
Never give up or doubt humble beginnings, nothing great ever started out great.