"Unicorn" is the phrase of the day in Silicon Valley, Silicon Alley, or anywhere in between where you choose to launch your startup. Everyone wants to be a billion-dollar company, to be the envy of investors who took a pass, fellow startups who got bigger headlines, and legacy players who are too stuck in their ways to evolve their industry.
It's all fun and games when you are doing what you love while getting paid for it, but that all changes when you have to start keeping track of finances. When I was just starting out and making a part time income, I wasn't too concerned about it, but it has grown to a point where I have to start thinking about tax time.
Foundr has scaled to significance in the entrepreneurial media space in a relatively short amount of time, teaching and inspiring hundreds of thousands of young entrepreneurs through their podcast, magazine, blog, courses, entrepreneur club, and more. And as you've heard me say before, this overnight success took some time to build.