Own Your Everyday: Overcome the Pressure to Prove and Show Up for What You Were Made to Do

Own Your Everyday: Overcome the Pressure to Prove and Show Up for What You Were Made to Do

$7.99

USA TODAY BESTSELLER • ECPA BESTSELLER • An empowering girlfriend’s guide to a purpose-driven life, from the young entrepreneur and rising star behind SoulScripts and the SHE Podcast
 
“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.


From the Publisher

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Hey, friend. My name is Jordan, and I’m a recovering perfectionist with a chronic need to achieve. I figure it’s always best to start with honesty.

Now, I know you’re probably trying to decide if this book is worth your time. So I’m going to tell you right out of the gate why I wrote it and why I believe it’s important for you to read.

The number one question I get asked by blog readers, podcast listeners, social media followers, and even clients is something along the lines of “How do I find my purpose?” or “How do I figure out what I’m supposed to do with my life?” All of these women are different—some are making the transition into or out of college, navigating marriage or motherhood, or finding their place in the workforce. These women are taking steps to establish themselves in this big world but are feeling pressure to figure out exactly where they ought to land as soon as humanly possible.

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Sometimes when I get these questions, I want to reach through the screen, hug a stranger’s neck, and say, “Girl, chill. You don’t have to have it all mapped out today, okay? And even if you did, you’d probably find that something would shake up those plans tomorrow anyway. Take a breath!”

Unfortunately, the reach-through-the-screen feature hasn’t been created yet, so this book is my best attempt. We all want to make our mark, find meaning in the mayhem, and discover what makes our lives special, unique, and even notable. At least I do . . . and the girls who reach out to me with these questions do. I’d be willing to bet that you do too.

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Now I want to take it a step further and ask you a question: Do you ever feel pressure to find your purpose—to find the reason you’re on this earth and what it is that makes your life count?

Of course you do.

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USA TODAY BESTSELLER • ECPA BESTSELLER • An empowering girlfriend’s guide to a purpose-driven life, from the young entrepreneur and rising star behind SoulScripts and the SHE Podcast
 
“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.


From the Publisher

self care;positive pyschology;motivational books;self confidence;hope;happiness;gratitude;Christianself care;positive pyschology;motivational books;self confidence;hope;happiness;gratitude;Christian

Hey, friend. My name is Jordan, and I’m a recovering perfectionist with a chronic need to achieve. I figure it’s always best to start with honesty.

Now, I know you’re probably trying to decide if this book is worth your time. So I’m going to tell you right out of the gate why I wrote it and why I believe it’s important for you to read.

The number one question I get asked by blog readers, podcast listeners, social media followers, and even clients is something along the lines of “How do I find my purpose?” or “How do I figure out what I’m supposed to do with my life?” All of these women are different—some are making the transition into or out of college, navigating marriage or motherhood, or finding their place in the workforce. These women are taking steps to establish themselves in this big world but are feeling pressure to figure out exactly where they ought to land as soon as humanly possible.

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Sometimes when I get these questions, I want to reach through the screen, hug a stranger’s neck, and say, “Girl, chill. You don’t have to have it all mapped out today, okay? And even if you did, you’d probably find that something would shake up those plans tomorrow anyway. Take a breath!”

Unfortunately, the reach-through-the-screen feature hasn’t been created yet, so this book is my best attempt. We all want to make our mark, find meaning in the mayhem, and discover what makes our lives special, unique, and even notable. At least I do . . . and the girls who reach out to me with these questions do. I’d be willing to bet that you do too.

coffeecoffee

Now I want to take it a step further and ask you a question: Do you ever feel pressure to find your purpose—to find the reason you’re on this earth and what it is that makes your life count?

Of course you do.

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