The feedback verbatim said, “If you’re looking for profiles of “schizophrenic” women entrepreneurs in recovery, I can testify”. I must admit that I was very amused by the answer. If Chrystèle wanted to stand out from the many entrepreneurs who offered to answer an interview, then she had succeeded.
We made contact and set up an appointment at Station F, the Mecca of entrepreneurship in France, and I was going to discover this “schizophrenic”, at least according to her … I was expecting a very long interview to discover her multiple personalities … At the first handshake, I understood that I was in front of a determined person and much more rigorous than her LinkedIn message could have made it seem.
In the book “Open Innovation, Human Set-up” (ISTE, Wiley, 2020), you will discover Chrystèle’s background, her journey from salaried employment to entrepreneurship, all the way to Full’Street.
FULL’STREET is a “WorkTech” that provides professional services to entrepreneurs to simulate and then launch the creation of their company. This solution seems to me to echo Chrystèle’s propensity to offload what weighs. With this platform, entrepreneurs can free up time to work on their strengths; those who truly participate in the creation of value in business. There is no business virtue in struggling with administrative complexities or fumbling around for the right resources.
This platform will not fail to move many entrepreneurs from effectiveness to efficiency!
“We meet our destiny by the paths we take to avoid it” (Chrystèle Sanon).