This chapter builds on the previous chapter and describes how to move from setting realistic and attainable goals to overcoming barriers and achieving them (or at least getting closer) in an intentional and mindful manner. We follow-up on the concept of proactivity with an introduction to strategies and systems that help you focus on meaning and your values. Barriers to problem-solving and strategies for approaching problem-solving with intention and skill to help you be at your best individually and in your community are presented. We explore basic problem-solving skills and strategies for promoting means-end thinking. We also present empirically supported psychotherapy systems that focus on finding meaning and learning social and emotional problem-solving skills as part of the therapeutic approach. As usual, we also provide examples from real life.