Creating a start-up, becoming a micro-entrepreneur, initially brings you a wind/breath of freedom, a tenfold increase in creativity. You are fully committed to your project, ideas are flowing and you don’t count your days or hours.
Then, at some point, your project is ready and you come out of your bubble to present your great idea to the world.
That’s when you are confronted for the first time with the challenge of any micro-entrepreneur: you can’t manage everything by yourself. Even Robinson Crusoe on his desert island wasn’t alone: he had Friday to help him. And who do you have to help you?
Who says help, says distribution of tasks, explanations, confrontations, follow-up, tests, production start-up…