Be Done With It in 2014

Last week, a thoughtful newsletter I subscribe to arrived with some samples of soul-aligning questions for the new year.

As the old year exits, a typical question might be, ‘What am I ready to let go of?’ or ‘What am I ready to release?’  This newsletter had an alternative with a bit of extra fire that really appealed to me:


Doesn’t that wording have an extra “oomph” to it?  What would you like to declare that you are done with in your entrepreneurial business?  I decided to sit with this question and see if I could identify my top three.  Here’s what I uncovered …

In my heart of hearts I believe that:

  • we are on a spiritual journey on which we’re assisted by angels and other helpful beings,
  • we are more than our ego, thoughts, and feelings, and
  • we are meant to succeed in connecting with love to those we serve through our business.

I am ready, therefore, to be done with fear, struggle, and resistance to marketing in my business.

Now the task becomes attending to old thought patterns around these three states as they show up and RE-minding myself so new neural pathways can be set in my brain.  I can do it.  You can do it.  Pick the number one thing you feel ready, poised, and committed to being done with – then make it so for your brand new year.






  1. Jim
    January 9, 2014

    Fire in the belly~!
    A burning bowl ceremony worked well for me, symbolically sending off into the cosmos all that I wished to leave behind.
    This is a good post~!
    Thanks Jana.

    • Jana Jopson
      January 9, 2014

      Using the power of Fire to transform is a powerful method of release. Adding ritual to intention speaks deeply to our psyche. Thanks, Jim!

  2. Andrea Conway
    January 12, 2014

    I agree, “done with” packs much more power! And I really appreciate your follow-up plan of re-minding yourself – this is the piece (I started to write “peace”) that creates the new reality. Thank you for giving the complete picture!

    • Jana Jopson
      January 12, 2014

      I’ve already had two instances of re-minding! But I did re-member to re-mind myself so that’s good. After saying “Remember, you’re done with fear.” I’ve been adding, “What’s the point? Reach for a thought that feels better and move on!” So far, I’m listening to myself rather well. LOL


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