I am acting on my first real business venture. I have an idea for an amazing product and I am about to start doing some pre-marketing to check the sustainability of the idea. You know, giving people the ability to pre-order and like and share the product (erm, idea
) through social networks. However, I am starting to question if business should really be this easy and this fun. I mean, sure, I am about to work at a loss to hire a graphic designer and web designer to get my pre-marketing site ready, but I feel kind of odd that I am delegating a good portion of this stuff. I am also skeptical about how I will have to delegate in the future. How far is too much delegation? How much of the product do I need to be responsible for? Is vision really enough?
Is this how entrepreneurs really go about making their ideas? Just delegating what they don't specialize in and maintaining the purpose and vision? Please tell me it's about to get more difficult because from where I am right now it seems pretty simple, assuming it takes off from this first phase.
I've done management before for my school robotics team. Sure, it's a challenge but very tangible. I am wondering when this will get to that level.
Anyways, thanks for hearing me out.