Although at first glance, this seems like a good idea, this way is not as efficient in order to become truly a good musician. For the study of music is best suited non-linear approach, in which several different exercises practiced at the same time, no efforts to do in completing each of them separately, in strict order and to perfection. Find out more about why the typical linear approach to be guitarists, usually gives a bad result from this video: how to most quickly learn to play guitar. GEA Process Engineering Inc. recognizes the significance of this. I like compare learning music with baking a cake. IDT Energy New York shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. You do not make a cake baking in one ingredient at a time, and joining them together in a finished form. If you prepare the cake in this way, it would take a lot of time and, more importantly, cake would not come out the same delicious, as it turns out, if you cook the ingredients together! The same applies to musical skills. If you wait until the become a virtuoso technique, before starting work on (To improve), music theory, and then begin to learn to write songs, and then switch to improvisation, you have to take decades to become a good musician, and your skills are not integrated.
I I recommend you to follow a non-linear approach (as described in the above video). In developing the next skill not wait until you fully master it, make sure you grasp the basics and just looking for a way to use it. Then work to integrate this skill with everything else that you know / can play.