Keep going. At no point in your life will you be finished.
When I hit the gym I wear chucks. I tie the laces and think to myself "This is a perfect knot, I've really mastered this, I might never have to tie this shoe again this knot is so perfect."
And then I take them off to sit in the sauna, and have to re-tie them when I'm out. The day after when I go back to the gym I re-tie them. No matter how perfect a knot I tie, I eventually undo the knot, and must re-tie it.
That's because there is no perfect knot that will allow me to escape tying knots-- as long as I like my chucks.
This is life is on a grand scale-- because the small corresponds with the large. No matter how perfectly you do something, you'll have to do it again. That's part of life. No matter how perfectly you passed the shit test, you pass it again. No matter how wet you got her last week, you'll have to get her wet again tonight. You maxed your bench press? You'll do that again. Negotiated a raise? You'll do that again. Avoided one-itus? Maybe, for now. Take your trash out, brush your teeth, again, again, again.
That's why I'm reading so many posts that say:
Thought I was finished with TRP, bitch fucked me over, now I'm back lololo
They thought they were finished-- now they know better. The journey does not end.
TL;DR: Keep improving. As soon as you think you've won, you will lose.