Breakdown to Breakthrough

Today we are going to talk about a very familiar part of our fast-paced society: Breakdowns. They can be beneficial and, if we learn to embrace them, can be the doorway to a breakthrough. Often, we want to resist a breakdown, but this only increases the amount of stress we experience as we are going through a period of change. By looking at breakdowns as a natural part of the growth process and a result of the necessary failure we experience as we take on new challenges, we will be able to power through them and come out on the other side to find a breakthrough.

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Breakdown to Breakthrough

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Today we are going to talk about a very familiar part of our fast-paced society: Breakdowns. They can be beneficial and, if we learn to embrace them, can be the doorway to a breakthrough. Often, we want to resist a breakdown, but this only increases the amount of stress we experience as we are going through a period of change. By looking at breakdowns as a natural part of the growth process and a result of the necessary failure we experience as we take on new challenges, we will be able to power through them and come out on the other side to find a breakthrough.

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