Goal equals reality

...a "temporary assignment" ©

Ralph Marston Jr., distinguished inspirational author once stated; “Your goals, minus your doubts, equals your reality.”

You could take this concept, distill it down and convert its premise  into some simple arithmetic. Like:

G – D = R

The first factor in this equation – Goal – is that “something” you really want to accomplish.  So much so that it first exists within you as a dream.

And that dream is in all reality, a blueprint.


A highly detailed, fully illustrated and genuinely articulated rendering of the path you must take to reach that goal.

An image that actually depicts:

– What you want to do.

– Where you want to go.

– And what you endeavor  to become.

A vision that becomes the focal point of everything you think, say and do along the way.

So vivid, you can actually enter into it.

And live within.

Now to see…

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Author: Mark J. Hahn

"To be there when the light goes on." Those few, powerful words, succinctly sum up my quest as a coach. That is really what it is all about. This is precisely what drives me. To have good fortune shine upon me briefly so that I can be present at that very moment. The instant of revelation. When the years of heavy lifting results in it making sense for someone else. The almost audible “click”, followed instantaneously by an unmistakable incandescence. The illumination that can only accompany accomplishment. To see bean in the eyes, the look on the face, a change in stature and the air of confidence overtake and envelope the protoge, the “project” or the late bloomer. That is why I am in it. There may never be a stat for achieving those kinds of victories. But it is by far the most important “w” I will ever achieve.

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