It turns out that your audience, whoever that turns out to be, is waiting for you to do only one thing.
They’re waiting for you to get it together and produce your art. That’s all they want from you.
The people that turn out not to be your audience will never be satisfied with whatever efforts you produce, so stop worrying about them. You can never please them. They’re not your audience. The people that will get what you do are waiting for you to get on and do it.
Getting it together can be surprisingly hard to do. There are obstacles and distractions. There are internal voices that tell you that you can’t or shouldn’t. There are millions of reasons why you might never get it together at all and yet, that’s all that is required of you, by those that are going to truly appreciate what you create.
So, the audience is waiting. If you are going to get it together to produce your art, you might as well enjoy the process. Your art was your idea in the first place, so no point in complaining about having to do it. Put on your “I’m really right into this” attitude and just get on with it.
Your appreciators will be glad you did. So will you.