The problem is that without momentum, credibility, a reputation, experience and some sort of mastery you won't be taken seriously by anyone and you'll probably end up nowhere.
Like it or not but that's the reality we live in.
You'll only get noticed and be taken seriously once you've done something that most people would never be able to do.
Something incredibly hard.
And all of the above things are incredibly hard to achieve.
That's why we tend to start the other way round.
We try to skip the hard part and go right to the change the world part.
We put ourselves, our ideas and our work out there before we've done the really hard stuff.
And then we get frustrated when no one seems to care.
When no one even seems to notice.
But if you haven't done or achieved something incredibly hard yet, something that most people will probably never be able to achieve, then no one will ever take you seriously.
Then no one will ever care.
So if you want to be taken seriously you've gotta do or achieve something incredibly hard first.
It's as simple as that.
But not easy...
[Related: I stopped giving a shit a long time ago]