Argyle just turned 2 years old - plenty of details on the Argyle blog.
And I just skimmed this blog post via Hacker News - I'm turning 30 and I've produced no amazing art.
And I've had a few conversations with a friend that is wrestling with long-term career decisions.
Which got me in a reflective mood.
I'm still MILES away from the entrepreneurial finish line, but I've learned enough and have spent time with enough successful entrepreneurs to recognize that the recipe for big success is a mysterious cocktail of risk, focus, and time. It takes all three ingredients...with a few incredibly rare exceptions to the rule. And you're not gauranteed anything even if all of the ingredients are present.
The 30 year old that hasn't produced amazing art hasn't put in the time, nor has he focused his efforts. My friend that is wrestling with the direction of her career is confused by risk - she is looking for the "certain" path to big money and a great life, which obviously doesn't exist. Both stand to see enormous entpreneurial success in their careers, but only after they come to terms with the recipe.
It has taken Adam and me 2 years, incredible focus, and multiple leaps of faith to get Argyle this far. And we still have light years to go.