@curious Can you please let me know why you would like to be a 'loner' and how you are managing with that? Congratulations on your nice confidence in yourself regarding this. But, there are interesting view-points regarding the same. If a person is a 'solo-preneur', then how can the business scale up? How will investors or people believe in it? More importantly, how can that mean a relief from the day-job and income that you have? (Say your business or employment that must be managed simultaneously in the beginning?) It does solve the issue of 'C players', learning-curve (steep learning curve for solopreneurs can instill nice confidence) and 'inorganic co-founders'; But, that does not mean that companies like XPRIZE and SpaceX are managed by 'loners' and it can also indicate that 'solopreneurs' do not mingle well with others. It also means that every single task from technical issue to financial issue, to promotion and finalisation happens only by an individual. Being in a scenario which is similar to yours, your viewpoints might hold a (much) better value to me and people experiencing the same. In case if that is not that 'way', then, people might even make an attempt to start as 'solopreneur' and eventually find some people and 'leverage' along the way of business. Thanks for your time and consideration if you do respond.
@crimla5 I am building a team right now and would love to switch over to some other domain of business once one domain starts generating revenue; Only condition is that it must be disruptive and must help living entities at an enormous scale. Current project is about to be finalised; But, I am struggling with the finalisation part, field-testing and 'finishing'. (team had issues with learning and now, the learning curve is way too steep and interesting!)