Thanks for your views. I focused more on the math part in my theory.

To explain my theory with an example, consider a basketball player trying to put the basketball inside the basket/ring. If he is able to do that, we will consider this as success. This is also can be considered the desired result. Here the basketball player is the doer, as he will be applying some force to the basketball in his attempt to put the ball inside the ring. Here the basketball can be considered as the particle. After application of force, the basketball has to travel from the doer's location(A) to the location of the ring(B) for desired result or success. So, the basketball is moving from A to B for success.

Consider another example, a runner is asked to run 100 meter race below 10 seconds. Here the doer is the runner. Desired result or success is that he has to run the 100 meter race within 10 seconds. While running, at every step the runner will apply some force to the ground and the reaction force from the ground will be applied to the runner's body. Here the runner's body can be considered as the particle upon which all the forces are being applied. Here also the runner's body is moving a distance of 100 meter for success.

So, success basically is moving a particle from A to B to achieve the desired result.