Of course, there’s nothing wrong with wanting to improve your skills. Growth is not just a part of life, it is essential to life.
That said, too many people come to the well of “self-improvement” trying to fix something that they see as broken within themselves.
There’s a fallacy inherent in the concept of self-improvement, which is expertly articulated by the late Alan Watts:
Now, in this quest [of self improvement] there is the obvious difficulty that if I am in need of improvement, the person who is going to do the improving is the one who needs to be improved. And there, immediately, we have a vicious circle.
Something to think about.