There's no more exciting feeling than achieving success with your start-up business. You've found your customers, your products or services are in demand, and you have a real opportunity to expand. You've proven yourself a natural when it comes to negotiation, determination, and networking. But the skills it takes to be the CEO of a start-up are much different than the skills it takes to be the CEO of an expanded, thriving business. Can you build a team of experienced managers, and lead them? Can you hire the right employees? Can you handle marketing, attracting clients, or product development? Sometimes the founder CEO must find another, more experienced CEO to run the business — and this can be tough for a number of reasons. But whether or not this is the right idea can depend entirely on you.