590: Jarrod Haning | How to Become More Productive and Less Busy
How do you become more productive? You may think that becoming more productive means having to become busier and packing your schedule. Jarrod Haning is here to teach us a better way to maximize our time AND our productivity.
Jarrod is a world-class speaker and coach who works with successful business owners that have slipped into a rut of making the same income each year despite working harder and harder. Using a Nobel Prize Nominated process, he has proved that there is a specific way of thinking that produces a freer lifestyle and with his book, The Thinking Patterns of Success, he breaks down how to produce more and profit more by learning to think at a higher level about solving problems.
Get excited and dive right into this episode as Jarrod unlocks the secrets of how to become more productive and less busy.
Things you will learn in this episode:
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- I introduce today’s guest, Jarrod Haning
- Award-winning speaker
- Tedx and Ted Global
- Nobel Nominated thinking process
- Podcast to Profit
- Jarrod gives us some background on his life
- Growing up in Texas
- Gravitated towards music
- A love for the viola
- Early interests in mechanics
- Working in construction to play music professionally
- Jarrod talks about post-college life
- Finishing under-grad and quitting music - bad connectors
- Transitioning into Jarrod today
- Mental engagement related to sports and music
- Accessing the brain on demand
- Jarrod gives a sneak peek into the process
- Thinking pattern blindspots
- Ex: ‘Action produces results’
- Working harder and faster isn’t the answer
- Illustration of a corn maze - mapping out thinking patterns
- Just 2ft away from the answer to your problems
- 15 minutes to find the solution
- Reconnecting the neurons
- Hustle way vs. the CEO way
- Grinding through vs. creating processes
- CEO’s plan and partner
- How much free time should you see
- Is there time for your life?
- Freedom, power, and self-expression
- A word from our sponsor
- Where to start changing
- Break out of the excuses
- Get clear on the true value of your time
- 4 things to look for in your to-do list; P.U.L.P.
- Write a P next to the things you could procrastinate doing
- Write a U next to things that are uncomfortable
- Write a L next to things that make a long term difference
- Write a P next to things that make you feel like things got done
- Work on the things with all 4 letters first
- The importance of mindset around hiring people
- Take the mindscan
- 5 dollar an hour training
- Learn the value of your time and business
- The tasks that produce the most value
- Resources to look at
- Links below
- Who you know or what you know?
- ‘Who knows you’
- The importance of referrals - how you make people feel
- An important relationship in your life
- Jarrod shares about the leader of a symphony
- ‘You never know’
- RaNDoM RoUnD
- How to engage with Jarrod
- Links below
- Final words
“We’ve got a Nobel nominated process that actually teaches you how to think at a higher level, and this is why my clients normally double their revenue by working half as many hours.” - Jarrod Haning
“The hustle way of thinking is, ‘more on my to-do list than I have time to get done...’ The CEO way of thinking looks at that mess and goes, ‘because there’s more on the to-do list than there is time to get done, I need to spend more time planning…’” - Jarrod Haning
“Fancy fails, and simple scales.” - Jarrod Haning
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