Originally Posted by spstevens
Don't get too hung up on that 1k amount , it is just a number you have chosen to shoot at and has no real world relevance.It can likely cloud your judgement.
And actually > just forget about the money altogether! Make your goal to become a better player instead. The money will look after itself as long as you're practising good BRM, table selection, working on tilt, etc. etc. aka 'improving as a player overall'.
In your OP, you're asking "what games should I play?"
Sounds like you already know the answer of what best suits you.
What weekly goals should you set?
How about > trying to play a certain number of hours/hands. Try to put in a certain amount of study time (ie. reviewing hands, reading material, etc. etc.).
Don't make a goal of trying to win 'x' amount of dollars in a week. Forget about the money! Just work on your game. simple