Breakthroughs and Breakdowns

Breakthroughs and Breakdowns

Breakthrough Defined:

Merriam-Webster defines breakthroughs as

1). an offensive thrust that penetrates and carries beyond a defensive line in warfare,

2). an act or instance of breaking through an obstacle <a breakthrough agreement,

3). a sudden advance especially in knowledge or technique <a medical breakthrough>b :  a person’s first notable success <a breakthrough novel>

Breakdown Defined:

Merriam-Webster defines breakdowns as

1). the action or result of breaking down: as

a :  a failure to function

b :  failure to progress or have effect :  disintegration <a breakdown of negotiations> 

c :  a physical, mental, or nervous collapse

d :  the process of decomposinge :  division into categories :  classification; also :  an account analyzed into categories

2). a fast shuffling dance; also :  music for such a dance

The breakthroughs and breakdowns I discuss in the video below are of emotions and obstacles. One must have a breakdown in order to have a breakthrough.

You know when you experience a breakthrough, because it is a feeling of emphatic emotion enough to cry tears of joy and you smile galore of happiness and abundance. It is a major step to creating future success.

You know when you experience a breakdown, because no matter how hard you try to push forward, nothing seems to work. Your emotions and your body take their toll, and sometimes depression sets in during this stage.

To learn more about breakthroughs and breakdowns, watch the video below.

Breakthroughs and Breakdowns (Video):

Did that help? How many breakthroughs and breakdowns have you experienced? What did they feel like? Comment below to share your experiences.


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Stay positive, keep smiling, and carry on! 




Colleen Burns


SKYPE: colleen.burns62

PS: For more posts on breakthroughs, click here: 3 Elements of Breakthroughs

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