How We Turn Our Breakdown Into Breakthrough

According to Patricia Varley and Bernadette Logue, every breakdown leads to a breakthrough. It can happen on any level – psychologically, emotionally, physically, or spiritually. During a breakup, we are in a position to transform. We must let go of what doesn’t serve us and allow ourselves to move forward. We can start this process by creating a bucket list and creating clear intentions.

To begin, you must first define your breakdown. A breakdown is an opportunity disguised by a problem. Think of a leaf that fell from a tree. It is not a broken leaf; it is a leaf that has fallen off the tree. The leaf is still in perfect condition. By contrast, a breakthrough has an action plan. It is a new direction to take. The new direction is a path you need to walk.

Identify You’re In A Breakdown Or Not

To identify if you’re in a breakdown, sit down and write down what you’ve learned from the breakthrough. You don’t need to make a plan, but it can help you move toward your breakthrough. This process can happen in any situation and can be done anywhere. If you’re not confident with writing down your thoughts, then consider working with a coach to create a customized blueprint for your next steps.

Make An Action Plan

Once you’ve defined the breakdown, consider the next step. Once you’ve written down your learnings, make an action plan that will move you forward. You might even be able to make a new goal or create a new path that leads to your breakthrough. In this case, you’ll need to take a break from your existing pattern. The next step will be to redefine your breakdown.

A breakdown happens when you’re not in the mood to make a plan. Taking action is the first step in healing. A breakdown is a signal that something’s wrong with you. If you survive it, you’ll be better off. When a breakdown hits, take a break. You might watch a movie you love or go outside for fresh air. If a breakup occurs in your life, reaffirm that you’re capable of making the best decision for yourself.

Be Focus

Once you’ve reframed your breakdown, you can focus on how you can turn it into a breakthrough. Your first step is to understand what causes the breakdown. A breakdown is when you’re experiencing an uncomfortable feeling and have trouble focusing on it. Whether you’re feeling frustrated or elated, a breakdown is a signal that something needs to change. You’ve got to find ways to overcome the challenge instead of dwelling on it.

Be An Action Taker

I know that forgetting something is not easy, but we have to do it. If not, it intensely affects our internal harmony. It is better to let off some things because they give us pain and make us restricted, hopeless, demoralized. So, forget your past, take lessons from it, and each time think of that and try not to repeat that mistake in the future.

Be an action taker, don’t waste too much time regretting yourself for your pastor pointing out the mistakes done in the past. When you focus on your goals, your probabilities rise to accomplish them, but when you focus on shit, then shit grows. Plan your strategy and follow it, always work with a plan, break down your work into assignments so that you don’t feel any burden on yourself. It makes you stress-free.

Last Words

As we all know, there is no age of learning, so always try to learn something new explore new things. Make yourself bring up-to-date, enhance a healthy mindset, positive attitude. Be sympathetic with every person. No matter what month, year, or day this is, you have to begin and continue until you succeed.

“Sometimes it takes an overwhelming breakdown to have an undeniable breakthrough.”

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