Reinventing Yourself and Finding Purpose on New Paths

In this episode:

As our circumstances shift and evolve, we are often faced with unexpected challenges and opportunities. Michelle reminds us of the importance of reframing our narrative, nurturing relationships, and seeking a deeper purpose in order to embark on a remarkable expedition of personal growth.

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Show Notes

In this episode, we dive into the power of reframing the narrative during times of change and the importance of embracing the journey ahead, even when it looks different than expected. Michelle explored how to navigate through challenging situations such as changes in family dynamics, job loss, relocation, and health issues.

Key Topics

In this episode, you’ll find these takes on the topic of what to do when what gave you significance changes:

  • The power of reframing the narrative during times of change
  • Rediscovering passions and dreams that have been set aside
  • Nurturing relationships and seeking out new connections
  • Cultivating faith during times of uncertainty
  • Exploring the evolution of our faith and embracing the process of deconstruction and reconstruction
  • Mourning the loss of connection and finding resilience in the face of unforeseen circumstances
  • Investigating the factors that can affect our influence and how to navigate through challenging situations


What I have in my earbuds this week:

I listened to Janell Wood on the Finding Something Real podcast share about what it feels like to be seen. On her podcast, she usually interviews a young woman about faith questions and then has guests come on to address those questions over a few episodes. Listen Here


Carey on the Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast interview Chuck DeGroat on signs your work for a narcissist or how to tell if you’re a narcissist and more. Listen Here


The Intuitive Eating Mama Podcast where Jennifer DAmato interviewed Maria Cade about her experience in the Miss America organization. You might be surprised to learn that curvy women are no longer excluded from competing and how Miss America has become inclusive to all body types. Listen Here

A printable guide for personal reflection and discussion starters went out to Michelle's mailing list. If you missed it, past resources are available forever to Patreon monthly subscribers to Life Repurposed Plus at You can get a 7-day trial membership to see what resources are in the growing library there.





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