So if I wear the outside corner of my heals down faster, your saying to superglue a BB there? or are you joking?
Nope, that's probably actually a pretty good technique you have. You want to land more or less in the middle of the foot, on the outside edge where you have a giant muscle for padding, then roll along the outer edge until you push off with the ball. It's called "pronation", which Nike has turned into a bad word, but it's the stride people who don't run in shoes naturally adopt.
A lot of people who have been running in thick-soled shoes their whole life land smack in the middle of the heel, which is the worst thing you can do, injury-wise. It's also a less efficient stride, since it doesn't take advantage of the natural alignment of the tendons in the foot and lower leg.