Pretty sure i just posted to your other thread ( i think it was you)...
But i wouldn't get caught up in ROI/ITM goals, you are not playing enough tournaments so it's basically just a waste of energy to think about it. If you are playing STT's and you can play thousands in the space of a month, then setting those types of goals is ok, but it's not as important as setting and hitting volume goals/study goals.
instead, focus on playing more MTT's or adding more tables. ANd like john has mentioned, if you are unsure at any point about a hand or spot, you need to post it, if you don't know what to do, note it down, save the hand and post it in the forums to get some feedback.
So, if i was you i would add a goal of posting one hand per day that you are unsure about in the forums and getting feedback on that. THat is a far more beneficial goal than trying to get 30% ROI or whatever which is just such a waste of time. If you wanted to go one step further, you could spend 10 minutes per day going over the problem hands for the day, or allowing a certain amount of time to read up on poker or whatever, and you can form that into a goal also. So you can easily hit these goals, you benefit way more from them as you are learning as you go, and you retain a lot more information if you spread it out over a 7 day week rather than trying to cram 2-3 hours of study in one sitting.