When you can't seem to make it work out, it usually does't make a lot of sense to start something new where it's very likely that you're going to run into the same problem again. And again. And again.
When you don't know how to build an audience for this one project, it doesn't make a lot of sense to start a new project where you'll sooner or later run into the same problem again.
When you don't know how to handle a serious relationship, it might probably not be such a good idea to end the old one and start a new one wishing that this time it will be different. It probably won't.
When you don't like your work, the stuff you do and/or the industry you're working in, it might not be such a good idea to change to a competitor or stay in the same industry when you just don't like that kind of work.
Trying to change something without really addressing the root of the problem is like bumping your head against the wall over and over again, hoping that one day that wall will disappear all of a sudden. It probably never will.
So instead of doing this, instead of doing the same things over and over again, the same things that didn't work in the past, why not try to invest some more time, energy and resources into fixing the real problems?
Like figuring out how to build an audience online. Or how to have a serious relationship. Or what kind of work you really enjoy doing.
I know all of these things are tough. And complicated. And unpredictable.
And it's a lot more convenient to just ignore those things and start something new hoping that this time it will be different. It probably won't.
Hope is and probably never will be a good strategy...