Here are some of my thoughts on this subject...
Don't think what kind of style do people want. Just be yourself & search for knowledge. Style is developed through knowledge.
Just painting or drawing how you naturally do is not enough to develop a good solid style. If art is an interpretation of something we can relate to LIFE, then you have to learn about the different aspects of LIFE to get better at art. Nothing is sadder than seeing an artist with a great idea but doesn't have the knowledge or skill to make it happen the way they had initially envisioned it. I still have this problem from time to time so I search for the knowledge and know how to make the idea I initially had to appear the way I want it to.
Your ideas are what makes you unique. Once you have the idea, you search for the knowledge to make those ideas happen the way you envisioned it. I don't know about all of you but I can bet that when most of you learn something new, you can't wait to use the knowledge somehow in your next painting. This changes how the painting looks. With enough changes and exploration, the whole style evolves and the knowledge you learned to get there has come from a genuine place of passion and personal interest. This search for knowledge (instead of searching for a 'style') creates a solid unique style that is all your own. Style is developed through knowledge."
I said "Don't think what kind of style do people want" because as corny as it sounds we are all unique in our own ways. Use your unique personality, history, interests, family... etc to create a style that no one has seen before. That's how to develop a great style.
Sending positive vibes to you all.