Goals are good for planning progress. Systems are good for actually making progress. Goals can provide direction and even push people forward in the short-term, but eventually, a well-designed system will always win. Having a system is what matters. Committing to the process is what makes the difference.
Your goal will be achieved if you instead focus and fully commit to the process one step at a time. Stick to the system and let go of the urge or need for immediate results. Do away with setting unnecessary pressure of predicting what is going to happen with everything. Rather, establish feedback mechanisms that can signal when you need to make necessary adjustments.