When pursuing objectives it is useful to try to remember that we are a constant evolving mix of our internal and external worlds. I say try to remember because it tends to be the case that we cannot remain conscious of the way moods and emotions are stirred within us. While we can be proactive about what we want to achieve, when it comes to our psychological states we find ourselves having to react to the energies and dynamics that move within us. What we can do is to build up our knowledge and understanding of our moods, our psychology, our internal worlds, and understand the way these are likely to be triggered and impact upon us while we pursue our objectives.
It can be very helpful to recognise that the mood that is being provked in me now, as I struggle with a certain part of my work, does not necessarily reflect my capacity to get the task completed, but rather is a mood and psychological experience that I recognise as mine, and know something about.
Achieving objectives reflects the interplay of our environmental conditions and our inner psychological life.
Your capacity to pursue objectives reflects your psychology, knowing how you react to events, knowing what internal feelings are likely to be triggered in you, helps.