It’s almost New Year’s, which means one thing: Time to start making a list of resolutions.
As the New Year approaches, many runners and athletes will be making their resolutions and striving to better themselves in 2014.
While we can endlessly argue the efficacy and usefulness of New Year’s resolutions, I believe the underlying concept is important to explore. In short, how do we effectively make changes in our behavior?
In this article, I am going to outline the four principles I believe anyone needs to follow if they want to make changes in their life. While I will focus on how we can use these principles to become better runners, I believe this advice is applicable to any goal you may have.