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Sister Interview: Jordan Lee Dooley

Jordan Lee Dooley didn’t set out to be a voice of authenticity online, but rather fell into it when she started, of all things, an Etsy shop while she was in college! In this episode of The Open Door Sisterhood Podcast we hear how the product packing parties with her college friends turned into late night conversations that then became honest and inspirational Instagram posts. Today she is encouraging young women as they manage the transitions from college into adulthood.

In this conversation we hear how she met her husband (kind of on Instagram until he knocked on her front door), how being rooted in faith gives us confidence to listen and learn from all kinds of friends, and how her faith moved from knowledge to personal during her college years. We talk through the pressures that opportunities can offer and how to avoid the trap (and stress) of looking for that single calling in your life.

Jordan is FULL of energy and this conversation reflects it. A full force ahead personality she depends on those around her to help her filter through ideas and plans. You’ll love hearing about her community is growing and why she feels passionately about helping women through life transitions.

You can connect with Jordan on Instagram.

You can listen to this episode on iTunes here.

Things mentioned on this episode:

Cru at Indiana University

Jordan’s podcast: SHE Podcast

Jordan’s new book, Own Your Everyday: Overcome the Pressure to Prove and Show Up For What You Were Made to Do

party poppers

Some things you heard Jordan say on the show:

“S.O.S. What am I doing with my life?”

“We don’t have the power to change our life, we have power to make changes in our life.”

“The kind of woman that can change the world is a girl who is rooted in faith and well rounded in the way that she lives her life.”

“We need to be confident enough to go into places people would think Jesus wouldn’t go.”

“We just get to do stuff because of God. We don’t have to do stuff for him, we get to do stuff because of him.”

“Gratitude over grumbling.”

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