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Hey friends! Welcome to Girls’ Night!



I am so excited to be back for Season 6 of The Girls Night podcast, and today we have the perfect guest to kick off this new season. It’s my sweet friend Jordan Lee Dooley! Now, you may know her already. She was a guest on episode 5 of Girls Night almost 2 years ago! But if you haven’t come across Jordan yet, let me tell you just a little bit about her. Jordan is podcaster, author, and entrepreneur whose mission is to equip women with the tools they need to show up for what they’re made to do in their career or business, and in their everyday life.



You are going to love Jordan, and you’re going to LOVE the wisdom she has to share with us today.



Today, Jordan is going to teach us how to overcome imposter syndrome. Now, if you’re unfamiliar with that idea, we’ll tell you all about it in the episode. I have a feeling you’ve run across this in your own life, even if you didn’t know what to call it. She’s going to teach us how to break through that feeling of not being good enough, that feeling of being a fraud, so that we can do the things God created us to do in the world. I’m so excited about this conversation.



So, with that said, you can listen to the episode in a few different ways. You can search “Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson” in your iTunes Podcast app (Don’t forget to subscribe and leave a review while you’re there!), or you can listen in the media player below! You can also find it on the apps, Stitcher and Spotify!



I can’t wait to dive in. You ready? Me too!



Welcome to Girls Night!



LINKS FROM THE SHOW:



Steph’s book, The Lipstick Gospel (here’s a paperback copy and here’s a free digital download!)



Jordan’s new book: Own Your Everyday



Jordan’s Podcast: The She Podcast



Impostor Syndrome:



Feeling unqualified and letting that thought hold us back.



3 Steps you can take today:



Ask more questions



Embrace your reality and start where you are



Be prepared for failure



Bonus: Execute incremental implementable imperfect action



Our sponsor for today’s episode is Hello Fresh. For $80 off your first month of HelloFresh, go to HelloFresh.com/girlsnight80 and enter girlsnight80.



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