That is one of the problems today about this business.Brian Kendrick was a recent guest on the Stone Cold Podcast and had some VERY interesting things to say about the backstage environment in WWE.
Kendrick noted that in his early WWE days, after a match he would be screamed at by agents for doing certain moves like a tornado ddt that wasn't a finish, seeking advice from veterans like Eddie Guerrero, Chris Benoit, Goldust or others and asking vets to watch his matches back and give feedback all as a means to improve his matches.
Nowadays, Kendrick says that in today's locker room, wrestlers don't often ask advice from the veterans in the back or the agents to see how they can improve. Instead, they look themselves up on twitter to see the internet's opinion of them.
People's opinions matters but you should also ask for veterans and legends advice because these guys have lived past almost everything in the business so they know better than anyone.
In Hall of Fame speeches and things like this we can hear wrestlers talk about advice from certain veteran or legend that changed their career or maybe their life.