A goal is more specific than a value and hence can be easily defined and understood. It is an objective or purpose to be attained and towards the achievement of which the policies and procedures of the programme are fashioned. They are the specific ways of realizing the values, which one holds. For example, if one values efficiency, one of the goals would be to have a well planned house especially the activity areas like kitchen where functional storage and working areas are clearly indicated and provided with utmost precision.
Simply stated, goals are nothing more than the ends that individuals or families are willing to work for. Once the goals are achieved, the individual ceases to work for it. Goals are more definite and concrete than values because they are to be accomplished. As said earlier goals are the tangible things whereas the values are intangible.