Everything is relative
The more you learn about anything in life, the more you realize that you know nothing at all. If you find yourself in this dilemma, remember a few things:
Pick your favorite vantage point, and don't lose your bearings.
Are you the kind of person who's willing to start, and not finish? Or are you the kind of person unwilling to start because you can't achieve your vision?
If you are like me, you're somewhat a mix of both.
Don't compare the first version of your product or idea to someone elses 2,000th+.
Everything great in this world started out small.
One simple action, that snowballed into what you see today. That first version was built, then improved upon. Don't paralyze yourself thinking you need a "perfect version 1", of anything, ever.
I'm constantly trying to strike that balance between appreciating things as they are, versus seeing how to improve them. If you think things are perfect, and should stop iterating.. You can get stuck thinking: "I can't do better" or: "I can do that better". The balance between those two will keep you humble and focused.
You don't need the whole world to have the right perception of your idea. Just the right audience.
I fail to find the balance between consuming and producing myself. That's why I'm writing to you, but truly.. I'm writing these words to myself. My opinion is that: just an opinion. The whole world has a bunch of opinions in it, including yours.