Performance goals _ An interesting aspect that began to show itself through the results was personal satisfaction in goal achievement. People who set \'Ability\' type goals, or \'Performance\' goals reported to be \'very satisfied\' with their achievements _ whether completely achieved goals or not yet complete. In part, this suggests the importance of personal values and suggests a question about the process by which they set goals.
The reason for being pedantic at this stage is to stress that we refer (in English) to goal as both an entity and as the intended result of our actions. For the purposes of this article, I refer to goal as both _ an entity that we are able to describe in one or more of the five senses we enjoy and as a specific, intended result. I believe that it is critical that a goal can be described in one or more of our senses _ otherwise we will never know what it is.