Cacheborne posted a rather interesting article in regards to goals. What I took from it was that the process of living your life was more important than the actual goals we set out for our selves. In my mind, I wouldn't literally interpret the article as saying there should be no goals. I do, however, think that it is our attitude and ability to appreciate and experience the moment that is more important. In terms of values, again, I think it is more important to be a living example of who we truly want to be rather than the actual goal it self.
There is another article that I'll link to in a moment that you might find helpful. the best goal is no goal :zenhabits