Another goal category that’s within your control is the “process” goal, or focusing on a standardized routine that will help lead to the results you want.
For example, I’m a big advocate of daily and weekly planning. Those are habits I encourage all of my coaching clients to develop, because of their dramatic impact on peace and productivity.
If planning is not your favorite thing, you could at least make it a goal to write down what you intend to do for the day.
Other process goals can vary depending on your job and personal circumstances.
An example for a profession-specific process goal would be for a sales person to aim to follow up on a certain number of leads each week. You can’t guarantee sales, but you can choose to practice consistency in a measured process that can lead to the outcomes you desire.