You’re not finished until you have answered the question: “How can I make this better next time?”
I believe it was Peter Drucker who penned, “Unless one has considered alternatives, one has a closed mind.”
Not only can you have a closed mind, you can have a closed life.
It is so easy to “go with what you know” and with what is familiar and comfortable that you go off the rails and life leaves you behind.
The ONE THING for today: Being good at something that is no longer relevant and impactful may be a comfortable way to mark time until you die, but it is sure a tragic way to live. Choose instead the upward trajectory by striving to improve every next time.