So knowing you goals and intentions, consciously, can lead to valuable learning and insight regarding your true effectiveness, how you succeed, why you fail, and how adaptive you are to finding solutions and not getting “hung up” on problems. Like the old saying goes, “if at first you do not succeed...”. What is your goal? Is it realistic and reasonable? What is the internal (personal) and external outcome you seek? How will you measure it?
Remember, there is ALWAYS a goal, it is always used to measure satisfaction, and not knowing or understanding it consciously does not mean you will be free from those 2 realities.