Every Day A New Lie

Every day I’m given a new lie.

It’s done with no emotion, no regret, no guilt.

There’s never an apology.

And it happens every day.

I try to avoid it, but it doesn’t go away.

The daily lie comes from the weigh scale at my athletic club where I work out.

Every time I weigh myself, there’s a new lie.

It lies all the time.

Well, in all honesty, it tells the truth and I think it’s lying.

Sometimes my weight is up, sometimes it’s down.

It’s never the same.

Seven years ago, I thought I was in great shape.

I went hiking with my friend on a mountain in Banff National Park in beautiful Alberta Canada.

After only a few minutes of hiking, I was out of breath. My friend kept walking, onward and upward.

(I think he was smiling and chuckling to himself!)

I struggled that day, mentally, emotionally and physically.

I joined an athletic club and took some baseline tests.

I was 20 pounds (9 kilograms) overweight.

I was below my age group for upper body strength.

I could barely meet the minimum time on the treadmill.

It was all there, plain as can be—I was out of shape.

I still denied it.

It took me 3 months to decide on the right running shoe, before I finally started going to the athletic club.

I finally made it a part of my routine and started to work out.

I’ve never looked back.

Is there anything you don’t want to confront?

I show you an easy way to accomplish your goals.

And an easy way to teach goal setting to your students.

If you want some tips on avoiding stress in your daily life, I have a chapter on that too.

It’s all in my How To Make A Difference: Inspiring Students To Do Their Best eBook.

It’s available here:


And, there are 13 free bonuses.

Some of the bonuses are worth the price of the eBook.

To Your Teaching Success,

Marjan Glavac

‘Talk to each other, support each other, take care of each other.’
Stu Cunningham

Facebook Comments:

Leave A Reply (No comments so far)

The comments are closed.

No comments yet