You are most welcome, very glad that you found it of use.
I'm probably teaching grandma to suck eggs, now, but early on I focussed on understanding Support and Resistance levels. Once I understood how to spot these levels, how to mark them on my charts, and why they formed in the market in the first place (in other words, what Price Action was telling me about the overall intentions and sentiment of the market participants at any given time) my understanding of safe places to put my Stop, and realistic places to set my TP, came on in leaps and bounds, it was as though someone had switched a light on for me. Now I let these levels heavily influence whether or not I will take a trade, and I have been full-time at this for over a year.
However good a setup appears, however confident I am that a move will come, if I cannot find a safe place for my Stop, protected by a solid S/R level, that still gives me sufficient room for a minimum of 1:1 R:R, without having my TP on the far side of another S/R level, I will not take that setup. If the relevant S&R levels give me the room for at least 1:1 (although obviously 2, 3, 4+ :1 is nicer..!) without obvious obstacles in the way, and with my Stop protected, then I will take the trade. The trick is finding a combination of setup and S&R levels, if you ask me.
Anyway, apologies if that was irrelevant or a tangent, but it seemed a natural response to your post. Good luck with it all - 40% success is a decent start. I know of traders who have a much worse win/loss ratio than that and go on to make a lot of money.