Own Your Everyday (Digital Audiobook)
Overcome the Pressure to Prove and Show Up for What You Were Made to Do
Publication Date: May 13, 2019
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“This book will meet you right where you are with a giant hug while also giving you a little kick in the pants.”—Audrey Roloff, New York Times bestselling coauthor of A Love Letter Life, founder of Always More, cofounder of Beating50Percent
Does it ever seem like you still have to find your purpose or that you’re stuck with “unfigured-out dreams”? Do you feel the pressure to prove yourself or worry about what others will think?
You are not the only one.
From accidentally starting a small business instead of using her college degree, to embarrassing herself onstage in front of thousands, to wasting time worrying about what others think or say, Jordan Lee Dooley knows exactly how that feels—and she’s learned some important lessons about living a purposeful life along the way.
An influential millennial widely recognized for her tagline turned international movement, “Your Brokenness is Welcome Here,” Jordan has become a go-to source that women around the world look to for inspiration in their faith, work, relationships, and everyday life.
Now, in this approachable but actionable read that’s jam-packed with practical tools, Jordan equips you to
• tackle obstacles such as disappointment, perfectionism, comparison, and distraction
• remove labels and break out of the box of expectations
• identify and eliminate excuses and unnecessary stress about an unknown future
• overcome the lie that you can’t live your God-given purpose until you reach a certain goal or milestone
If you ever feel you need to shift your mindset but don’t know how, this book will help you overcome shame, practice gratitude, and redefine success.
About the Author
JORDAN LEE DOOLEY is an author, blogger, and speaker. She's nationally and internationally recognized for the blog and online community called SoulScripts and for her tagline, "Your Brokenness is Welcome Here." She started the blog in January 2015 with the hope of reaching the women in her peer group--and in just three years, it has evolved to be one of the most widely recognized Christian blogs among young women. Jordan is notorious for encouraging millennial women to overcome their brokenness with their faith, and for always offering friendly advice and relevant resources. Jordan was born and raised in the farmlands and cornfields of Indiana and now lives in Indianapolis with her husband, Matt, and their dog, Hoosier.