I am currently reading Busy – How to thrive in a world of too much by Tony Crabbe. Good book. Worth reading.
In it, he refers to a study in 1973 by Mark R Lepper and David Greene from Stanford University and Richard Nisbitt from the University of Michigan who ran an experiment with children you loved drawing.
Some were told they would be rewarded for drawing, and the others were not. Continue reading “Why do you run? What’s the reward?”
Running can be hard. It can hurt. It can be raining. Motivation can wane and you feel like opening a massive bag of chocolate chip cookies and binge watching Netflix. (Aside – What did Netflix do to anyone? It’s getting a hard time at the moment for all the western world’s motivation and procrastination issues)
It can also be great. It can be “effortless”. The sun can be shining. You just can’t wait to go and do that run. If you are falling into the first group, here are a few ideas on how to get back enjoying your running. Continue reading “How to enjoy running – Run with a smile!”