When you find yourself ahead of the curve on something, you can end up doubting the very thing you’re ahead of the curve on.
You look around you and you see no one adopting the new methodology or technique. You see a useful tool laying around unused. And you think: maybe you’re wrong. Maybe you shouldn’t be trying so hard to make this work, maybe it’s not a good idea after all.
Give it a little time. Your early successes will be part of what inspires others. Someone has to be an early adopter, after all. There’s more risk there, certainly. But also greater reward.