In this sentence:
Looking towards our goal of reaching a better performance, we will use more efficient strategies.
Would to reach be more correct in this context, or are the expressions goal of doing and goal to do always interchangeable? Is there any distinction between the two uses?
I found instances of both on the internet:
In 1961, President Kennedy set a goal to reach the moon "before this decade is out". (Ludwig)
Health Secretary Matt Hancock announced he was “setting the goal” of reaching 100,000 tests for coronavirus per day by the end of April. (Somerset Live)