So instead, how about a model for a curated community of business and creative types - all gathering together to collaborate on the building-out of one-anothers' ventures.
We call it 'crowd-building' and it's so much more fun than doing it alone.
We figure that if everyone just brings their strong-suite of skilsets to the table, we'll deliver stronger executions over-all and no one has to grind their way through stuff they just plain suck at.
In the end, a successful launch is a win for all involved, with each team member taking their reciprocal chunk of equity.
Also, in addition to imroving the chances of your own idea succeeding, everyone gets to dillute their own risk, across X number of other projects - just in case their own startup doesn't actually, well, start-up.