Aloha! Indie Hackers is a community of people who are helping each other build profitable online businesses.
We run small get-togethers of founders and aspiring entrepreneurs all over the world, where we talk to each other about our goals and obstacles. Although most of us are software engineers, everyone is welcome! Both online and in-person
This week Courtland Allen (the creator of Indie Hackers and host of the Indie Hackers Podcast) will be in Honolulu and organizing a small dinner.
Feel free to come and bring a friend no matter where you're at in your journey — whether you're running a company, dabbling with a few side projects, or just trying to wrap your head around whether or not this is for you.
Who doesn't want to be a digital nomad (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iXGtx-hroKE)? Travel the world with just your laptop and your toothbrush. Sounds like a dream! Let's make it happen!
The goal of the Honolulu Indie Hackers meetup is to increase your monthly recurring revenue so you can pursue your digital nomad dreams. Cards on the table, I have a bunch of projects but they don't earn me any MRR and that's why I wanted to help organize this meetup. I want to be around other aspiring creative business people so we can share our tips and tricks to help each other succeed.
First off, have you heard the Indie Hacker's podcast (https://www.indiehackers.com/podcast)? It's great! My favorite episode (https://www.indiehackers.com/podcast/043-pieter-levels-of-nomad-list) features Peter Levels (https://levels.io/) the creator of Nomad List (https://nomadlist.com/) a lifestyle directory for digital nomads. This meetup is the Honolulu chapter of the Indie Hackers (https://www.indiehackers.com).
During this second meetup, let's introduce ourselves and discuss our business ideas. I'll be taking notes during this meetup to determine what everyone wants out of this monthly meetup as we move forward.
Here are some ideas I have for future meetups. I need your help coming up with more:
Entrepreneurial book club
If any of this digital nomad stuff sounds interesting, you should attend this meetup. And of course, feel free to message me or comment here if you have any questions. I look forward to meeting you!