Improving limiters is the fastest path to improvement. In the case of climbing, limiters can be subtle. They are not always obvious like falling on a climb.
Are you barndooring but not coming off? That is a clue that your foot postion could be optimized.
Do you consistently hyperventilate after you clip the anchors? Your breathing might not match the nature of the climbing.
Are you holding to much tension during easy moves? Learning when to apply peak tension separates good from great climbers.
There is no end to this game. It keeps climbing at all levels engaging. A moment to recoganize the limiter but a lifetime to improve it.