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21 - May
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(Nearby Event: Family)
Where:SCADShow, 173 14th Street Northeast, Atlanta, Georgia, United States, 30309
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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 ALONE.

 

A Cappella Books and SCADshow present Jordan Lee Dooley, a rising star in the podcast, young entrepreneur, and faith space. She brings her book "Own Your Everyday" to Atlanta.

 

About the Book

 

"Own Your Everyday" has been called "The Purpose Driven Life" for the next generation and one of Inc. Magazine's "Best Books to Read to Become a Better Person in 2019." 

 

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. 


Rooted in faith and jam-packed with tangible takeaways, this book is a girlfriend's guide to a purpose-driven life. Pairing her relatable voice with a unique perspective, powerful truths, and practical tools, Dooley equips you to:


• Tackle obstacles, 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 as though you are chasing after something more while also trying to find contentment right where you are, this book is for you.

 

About the Author

 

Jordan Lee Dooley, widely recognized for her tagline turned international movement, "Your Brokenness Is Welcome Here," finds creative and practical ways to equip the everyday woman for a life of health and intentiona

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