You’re going to have to be more specific.
Or at least try to identify what the real problem areas are then work on changing those habits. You say you point them out but, then do it anyway. Try to work on only a single issue at a time.
Jump too much? Play a series of matches where your only goal is to not jump. Don’t worry about the win or loss just make sure you don’t jump. Play everything else the same just don’t allow yourself to jump no matter what. This type of exercise may force you to reevaluate the way you approach the match. This could be applied to a lot of common problems such as wasting your meter, mashing throw tech or using too many specials or reversals.
It’s hard to remember everything you have to do in a match all at the same time. By doing this it may help change some of your bad habits for the better.
An example involving myself is that any time I block an attack and I’m at any amount of frame advantage I’ll often go for something like a low forward fireball, almost without fail. This is a clear habit that good players will pick up on and eventually punish me for from things ranging from a counter hit or focus attack to even an ultra. By forcing myself to block instead of always reacting with the same attack I’ll eventually break that habit of wanting to do it every time. From there I can try to identify when I specifically do and do not want use my attack as a response.