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Last week I linked a site that offered weight-training standards by age, sex, body type, etc. In fact, there are many sites which offer standards and goals like that. Like "A 170 lb. 40 year-old ought to be able to bench press 1.5X his body weight."
I regret any times I have linked those sorts of things because everybody's starting point is different and natural strength and body type vary enormously across people. For example, shorter guys with shorter arms can lift much better than taller guys. While I feel it is essential to have exercise goals to avoid going through the motions, the only reasonable short-term goals are to be stronger and fitter than you were a month ago.
I think it is fun to make 4-month fitness goals, but they should be based on where you are, and not somebody else's (except your trainer's, if you use one).
I got "advanced" in almost every lift on that link you posted a few days ago. But I compete in the sport of weightlifting. I'm a regional level lifter in my early 30s. I am not all that strong compared to some of the other guys on my weightlifting team.
I think those strength level charts can be good for expanding your mental horizons. If you work out at a globogym and don't know anyone who is really strong, then your definition of "strong" will be pretty low. Not everyone has to become the strongest version of themselves as possible, but don't sell yourself short either.