Don't: write what you're doing
Do: write what you want with the thing you're doing
Don't: Add Stripe for payments
Do: Get XX paid customers
Don't: Build MVP
Do: Get XX users on the beta
Don't: Launch on PH
Do: Get XX signups
It's really easy to get sucked into interesting problems and forgetting the bigger picture. By focusing on the desired outcomes you're giving yourself different options to get there.
If Stripe is too hard to integrate you can just email invoices manually. If your MVP takes too long you can cut scope to get feedback from users as soon as possible. PH is one strategy, but not the single one that you should bank on.
(note: you can still list out the things you're doing, but consider them as tasks and experiments rather than goals — some will work, some won't whereas your goals should stay true no matter what)