Goals can be elusive things. We think we know what we want but we just don’t know how to get what we want. The true problem lies, not in figuring out how to get what we want, but in defining what we want and understanding how our mind works. Have you ever used a GPS system? You plug in an address and you are given directions as to how to get to where you want to go. But, if you take a left when you should have taken a right, the GPS corrects you and directs you back on course. The reason it does that is because you have given it the exact location of your final destination. We have problems with goals because we don’t know exactly where we want to go, thus the initials above.