TLDR: I'm an experienced coder who's struggling to find any ideas for a side startup and a bit burnt out from previous failures.
I've been coding approximately since I was 13. I've a semi decent knowledge on anything that requires code (Im proud to say Im quite a fast learner).
These past years, I've tried to make 2 startups as a side-hustle but both failed for many reasons. Although primarily: just when I launched it/released them, I found an un-fixable problem (both were HEAVILY dependent on different third-parties). This stopped me from expanding such projects and ultimately making me lose total interest on such; to an extent where I kind of felt shameful upon even mentioning them.
Right now, I've PLENTY of free time and I really really really want to make use of it. I've been spending the last couple of weeks scrolling endlessly through producthunt and indiehackers yet no idea I find fits my interest or I find worth my time. I really fear that after investing much time into it, the same thing that happened with the 2 previous startups will happen again.
It is important to mention that one of my primary incentives is money. Im currently a student and I've always dreamt of having my own startup.
How can I find new ideas I can work on? I've read many articles and I know about the "find something more or less good, sell it as a better product"; yet again, I struggle to find a product as such which will motivate me to keep working on it!