Having a goal is not unlike being a lifeguard at a beach. You must remain in a constant state of watchfulness to ensure that you do anything and everything necessary to achieve the goal or to protect the lives of those whose lives have been entrusted to you. Although the two scenarios are very different, they remain alike in three specific ways.
First, they require that the lifeguard or the goal setter have an elevated viewpoint. Just as lifeguards generally are seated in a high chair, goals generally aim toward a higher purpose. Second, they require that both the lifeguard and the goal setter be flexible. Flexibility in goal setting is necessary because goals rarely materialize in the manner in which they were planned. Similarly, lifeguards never know when an unsuspecting person will cry for help or the type of help they will need.
Third, and most important, is that lifeguards and goal setters must be fully human. Non-humans, and especially demonic beings have no capacity to set goals, and also don't need to establish goals. They merely implement Satan's goals. Thus, goal setters are always human. In addition, lifeguards must be human because demonic beings, even when they have human bodies, and appear to be human, cannot float in water. They always will sink to the bottom. They also cannot be resuscitated.