Hi indie hackers,
Recently decided to step out and work on an idea that is more complex, may bring less profit but more significant to me and the people involved.
Starting my first bootstrapped business while working full-time to close the gap between knowledge, skill and manage my time was much harder than I thought. More specifically there were other obstacles as an Asian person of faith faces may be tricky to navigate. I almost gave up multiple times. But now that I am a little future along my journey. I would like to help other disenfranchised Asian founders build something of their own that's sustainable and meaningful.
That's why I am building Uncommon Collective (UC).
Uncommon Collective is an authentic purpose-driven community of founders and those that help them flourish holistically. Our community is a catalyst that makes access to a like-minded collective with radical mentorship, events and a redemptive network of faith-driven business leaders and changemakers who understand the Asian & startup context common.
The hope is the build UC to be uniquely positioned to help early-stage Asian immigrant founders of faith move through obstacles or questions around:
The business model would be a subscription-based for a customer with access to:
4 key stakeholders would be key
Partners or service provider don't need to of the same faith. Since it's not exclusive to faith-driven founders, but some key aspects would speak to them.
I would love to hear your feedback on how valid this idea and ideas for an MVP if it is valid.