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Thursday, September 09, 2010

KALÖN WOMEN: Re-Evaluate. Re-Assess. Re-Discover. Re-Invent.

Guest Columnist: Masha Gitel Ellman

It’s time to re-evaluate, re-assess, re-discover, re-invent - YOU. It’s time to take a fresh look at where you are within your resolutions. You remember, those promises you made to yourself at the beginning of 2010. It’s time to remember, reinforce, reorganize, restructure, breath, review and recommit anew.

We make those lists, visions that we have for ourselves of - this year I’m going to…this year I will be…this year I’m definitely…and we make those lists with all good intentions. But, mostly as the days and weeks and months go by, all those good intentions fall by the wayside as our daily lives take over and we are totally immersed inside our everyday routines. What starts off as this year I’m definitely…somehow quickly dissipates into thin air.

It hit me the other day when I got home from the mall that oh my God I’m already looking for Christmas presents. Half the year is gone and I thought - which of my resolutions am I still committed to? Which ones can I check off and be proud of myself that I’m actually keeping alive? Which ones have I let go and don’t even remember and which ones do I need to change?

Every resolution that I have kept my promise to, that I am working towards seeing it accomplished, makes me feel proud of myself. With every step I take, I gain self-confidence, I am empowered to go on and not give up keeping my vision alive.

I asked myself what do I need to do to meet my resolutions at the end of 2010 and say, YES, I’VE DONE IT. I’M AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!

By now maybe not all the resolutions you had hoped for still apply. Take time to:

Re-evaluate. Bring out your list and look it over. Don’t rely on a mental list. Writing down your resolutions makes you more committed to them, they seem more real and tangible. Ask yourself if this is a realistic goal. Is it something you really still want? If yes, create a plan towards your accomplishment.

Re-assess. A resolution is an act of determination; it’s an opinion, a will, intent.
How much will have you invested in your success? Identify the obstacles that are keeping you from achieving and take action towards removing those obstacles.
Have you set habits that support your resolution? If it seems unreachable, take smaller steps towards its fruition.

Re-discover. Be totally mindful in every moment. Have you buried yourself underneath driving kids to their activities, running errands, working? Have you allowed all of your daily demands to crush your spirit? Set your mind to re-discover the inner you. That part of you that is longing for more. That part of you that prompted you towards making those resolutions in the first place.

Re-invent. Don’t let your flame go out; ignite your vision, your life. Let go of your insecurities and embrace your possibilities. There is no resolution you cannot accomplish with perseverance, commitment, love, passion and a look towards God. If you don’t like where you are, re-invent, change, and choose anew. Your life is yours, and the power is yours.

Think of how you’ll feel on the last day of 2010. Accomplishing even one resolution that you set at the beginning of the year is all up to you. Remember this is YOUR LIFE. Get fired up. Explode. Rejoin yourself. Release yourself into your greatness. You are the choice maker. You are the goal setter and accomplisher. So, Re-energize. Re-program. Re-think. This is YOUR MOMENT TO SHINE.

Masha Gitel Ellman
is the Practice Administrator for the Southwest Eye Institute and the Vista Surgery Center in El Paso , Texas . The daughter of Holocaust Survivors, she arrived in the United States at the age of 14, after living in Germany , Israel and then Colombia . At the age of fifty years old Masha had a revelation and found God within herself. Masha is passionate about sharing with others how to have a more fabulous life. A spiritual/inspirational writer, lecturer and coach, Masha can be reached at

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