The goal is for you to assess an area to improve on. You are asking yourself whether or not you are capable of change. There are two diverging paths you can take when presented information that conflicts what you believe to be true. You may either stand by your beliefs or capitalize on a moment to update the information you've collected. The latter is adaptive and receptive to change. You should analyze what is the best action to take in each circumstance. There are questions you can ask yourself to decipher if you should be resisting change. Can the information being presented to you be proven with evidence? Is the information you've mentally recorded easier to process than new information? Have you investigated the subject matter through a reliable source? Are you hesitant or resistant to accepting this new information? Are you able to respectfully listen and consider this alternate perspective? Now, evaluate if you are standing by your beliefs for justifiable reasons. If not, make habit of considering these questions every time you are presented information that conflicts with your beliefs. Don't forget to keep learning new things and re-learn what you thought you already knew to be true.