In the curious turn to shun goals in favor of strategies, the opposite is not true - that not having goals leads to some success.
It takes the practice of strategies - think the 1% rule or small-ball or fairways-and-greens... pick your metaphor.
Not having goals doesn't mean we're practicing strategies. It may simply mean we are, indeed, lacking drive, motivation or a clear idea of what might be possible if we did something every day for a long time.
Eschewing goals may simply be a lack of imagination or distrust of best practices in our field, or simply laziness.
And if we're looking for an enemy, they may meet you in the mirror tomorrow morning.