The Center for Applied Rationality has a handy “Checklist of Rationality Habits” on their website that you can use to help develop better rationality habits.
From my own checklist, I’ve found that I’m great at reacting to evidence and arguments I haven’t heard before and analyzing beliefs, but I can improve on handling inner conflicts and implementing new behavior patterns for myself.
I love this! Be sure to check out the other resources on their website as well. I’ve read a couple of the books on their recommended reading page and they have some great choices.