Bryan Green competed at UCLA from 1997 to 2002, was a two-time individual qualifier for the NCAA Cross Country Championships in 2000 and 2001, and ran a “3rd best time” of 29:40 in the 10k. He has a Master’s in International Affairs from UC San Diego and spent ten years working as an analyst in Silicon Valley. He is currently the co-founder of Go Be More Apparel, host of the Go Be More and Fueling the Pursuit podcasts, and author of Make the Leap. His passion is sharing powerful ideas to help people go be more in life.
Word cues: a simple strategy to beat back negative thoughts and keep yourself focused on executing your race plan.
The power of shifting from “I have to do this” to “Let’s see what I can do” in a race.
Runners often define themselves by their personal records, but PRs rarely answer the most important question: How good are you, really?
Your training as a runner extends far deeper than the workouts you do. The best athletes think about every aspect of their lifestyles (even the oatmeal).