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April 11, 2022

Mindset: A Strategic Way of Thinking with Jarrod Haning


Different from positive thinking, daily affirmations or current belief systems, the definition of mindset is a strategic way of thinking that is duplicatable and learnable.

In this episode, Kristina talks about mindset with Jarrod Haning… and in the first 5 minutes of the episode, your mind will be blown! Tune in to hear them discuss learning to access different parts of your brain on demand and how when you accomplish this, it changes the way that life shows up for you.

We promise by the end of this episode, you will understand more clearly that you are just one thought away from a breakthrough!

Jarrod is an award winning speaker, has been featured on ABC Nightline, spoken on stages all across the country, has clients all across the world, delivered 4 TEDx talks related to Mindset Performance, and been chosen by TED global as the featured speaker of the week. He specializes in a Nobel Nominated process that teaches you how to think at a higher level and allows you to access different parts of your brain on demand. As a result of this training *most of his clients go on to double their income by purposely working half as many hours.

His background as a classically trained musician has equipped him with a unique set of tools for leveling up your leadership. For recreation you’ll find him flying, skydiving, or mountain bike riding. But his most prized accomplishment was winning the World Tickle Championship in the 5- year old category.

Timestamps:
• [6:25] “The difference between being in the weeds and having total clarity is about two feet…”
• [10:56] Jarrod talks about the thing that is going to create a breakthrough for you may not make a lot of sense and seem like a bad idea at first… 
• [19:10] Jarrod discusses how our current thinking patterns may be working against us. 
• [33:34] “If somebody does not have control over their own calendar, they won't be able to implement the changes as they start thinking at a higher level, they will effectively quit their job.”

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Guest Information:
Jarrod Haning
Website: https://mindsetperformance.co
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/haning/
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jarrod-haning-5831578/

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Transcript

Kristina Stubblefield  0:00  
Different from positive thinking, daily affirmations or current belief systems. The definition of mindset is a strategic way of thinking that is, duplicatable, and learnable. In this episode, I talk about mindset with Jarrod Haning, and in the first five minutes of the episode, your mind will be blown. Tune in to hear us discuss learning to access different parts of your brain on demand, and how when you accomplish this, it changes the way that life shows up for you. 

You're listening to a Business Booster episode of The Ring The Bling And All The Things podcast. My name is Kristina Stubblefield. I'm a technology consultant, marketing strategist, business coach, and in the past of wedding vendor. In these podcast episodes, I'm providing impactful, easy to implement solutions and strategies for efficient workflow and business growth. Now, let's dive in to this episode. 

I am really excited to share with our audience, the guest today on this podcast episode, I have been very fortunate to recently have communication. And I guess we could say work with a little bit with this guest. And I'm talking about Jarrod Haning. Jarrod, thank you so much for being a guest, I'm really excited to dive in to more into mindset with you. So thank you so much.

Jarrod Haning  1:34  
Happy to be here, it's gonna be a good call.

Kristina Stubblefield  1:38  
So I want to let Jarrod explain to my audience, to all of our listeners out there, what he does, and then we're going to get right to the topic. And before you think, oh, goodness, okay, she or she goes, she's gonna talk about mindset. I'm going to disclose this. I recently did a mindset scan with Jarrod. And I'm going to talk a little bit about my own results. So I'm going to open up and share some of that experience, because I not, and I still think it is so beneficial. Just what I have done so far with Jarrod. So stay tuned, you don't want to miss this. So Jarrod, will you share a little bit about you?

Jarrod Haning  2:21  
Yes, ma'am. So my background is a classical musician. 20 years full time classical music, I have certainly played my share of weddings. And then for the past 10 years, I've been full time in mindset, the connection there is that, and some people know this. But when you are in music, whether you're singing along to the radio are clapping your hands at a concert, when you're creating music, you are using more different parts of your brain than any other activity, sharp contrast with say athletic performance, where the more your body is performing athletically the less of your brain you're using, because it needs to send the glucose to the muscles. This doesn't mean that music is better for your brain than athletic performance. It's just a different way of using it. So when you know how to access different parts of your brain on demand, then it changes the way life shows up for you. Specifically for this conversation, the definition I'll be using for mindset is a strategic way of thinking. This is duplicatable, and learnable. This is different from personality. This is different from positive thinking. This is different from belief. Mindset is a strategic way of thinking that produces a duplicatable result.

Kristina Stubblefield  3:43  
For our listeners, they know that I like the word strategic. So you've already hit on a key word there. Jarrod, thank you so much for taking time to record with me. And I really love what you talked about so many times, even me with mindset. I think I tend before I got more involved with mindset work, positive thinking, just keep reaffirming to yourself certain things. And just recently, when I was able to do your mind scan. Wow, just that brief test. What it revealed was so powerful for me, and and I'm not taking anything away from the test is amazing. And for our listeners, Jarrod, I hope that we can share a link if they're interested in doing the same thing that I did, as far as taking that test.

Jarrod Haning  4:41  
Yeah, absolutely. I think the mind scan is a great place to be just simply looking at how your brain solves problems. It is it's encouraging, it's affirming. You realize that you're not crazy. And at the same time you're inspired to see how other people think about solving those problems and why Other people don't have the same problems. You know, why is it that some people, the less they work, the more they make, why is it that they're running three companies, but they only work 15 hours a week, and this other person is working 60 hours a week in one company, and they never have enough time and they never have enough resources. Like what's happening? The mind scan gives us the ability to see the blind spot that's been tripping you up the breakthrough that's waiting for you, and empower you with all the encouragement and resources to understand how other people think about solving those problems.

Kristina Stubblefield  5:34  
Well, I think one thing for me when you talk about that, it can empower you that, like you said, you're not crazy, your way of thinking is not necessarily wrong, how you process how you think how you work, is not necessarily wrong. But just in our brief conversations, it's how you tap into and utilize it to your advantage. And also things that you've said, about small changes that you can make to really focus in on some improvements that can be done.

Jarrod Haning  6:19  
Yeah, it's weird how the smallness of the change pneus, right. I mean, when you're, when you're in the weeds, you're not sure if you should go left or right. But when you stand on a ladder, you can see the whole corn maze. Now, that's obvious, what's not so obvious is the difference between being in the weeds. And having total clarity is about two feet, it's not a lot of thinking how to higher level just a tiny bit is all it takes, and it completely changes the situation. The Pickle, of course, is that you can't think of what you can think of, you can't read the label from the inside of the bottle, the brain just cannot think of things that don't make sense. And so the way we get around that is with the mind scan, by printing up, the way your brain is currently solving problems. And looking at that graph. I mean, it's like a fingerprint, it's as unique as you are. But looking at that, we're able to see exactly where the blind spot is, has been tripping you up so that you can get out of the weeds as fast as possible.

Kristina Stubblefield  7:23  
So a couple things about what you said, that really stood out to me in our conversations, the two feet, I have been there to hot, they've just got something, you know, this other company or this other person just has something I don't, they have a different skill level that they they have this they have that. And when you talk about that two foot difference, just in the last few months, I've been able to experience some of that in our own business. And when you stand up, and you can see, like you said, from the top of the maze, that really made an impression for me, because if you're trying to figure your way out of that maze, but if you just you said it if you've got up on a ladder, the sense of clarity. To me, that's not the complete answers. But there lies the opportunity for you to make adjustments. I have had that going on myself, personally with our team. And it is almost even though it's two foot it is a huge relief. It is exhilarating it it's amazing to foot to me, was 2050 100 feet. And it's amazing when you say that, that small little sentence that you say that holds a huge impact for me, and I think it will also for the listeners. Yeah.

Jarrod Haning  9:15  
Okay, so, um, anytime anytime you're hitting the same obstacle, don't have enough time don't have enough money. Like whatever that hamster wheel is that you're on. Or year after year, you keep making the same amount and promising yourself the next year is going to be different. And the next year you just roll around in the same place. Okay. Whatever the hamster wheel is, there's a couple things that are happening. The first is to acknowledge that you're already doing everything you know to do. Like you're already working hard. I've had times where I would. I kept telling myself Okay, well the reason this is happening is because I'm not working hard enough. Like that was a story I would make up. And so I would document How I was spending my time. And you know, after going through a couple days of writing down, I was like, crap, man, I'm working harder than I thought I was. I'm not slacking off, there's not a place for me. It's like, holy moly. So the first is to just realize that you're already working hard. And because of that, working harder, won't make a difference, or it would have by now is the hard part there. The second thing is, you're already working smart, like you're already doing things that make sense that are reasonable and rational. And what that means is that working smarter won't make a difference. Or it would have by now, like, that's the pickle, the brain just can't think of what it can't think of. So any efforts to work smarter, just has you coming up with more of the exact same ways of thinking, that's just how the brain is wired. So if those two things are true, then that means that a breakthrough in your situation, the thing that's going to actually take you to where you're working less, but making more take you to where life is easy, and you always have more than a free time and always have more than enough revenue, and always have more than enough results. And the thing that's going to get you there will at first seem like a bad idea. If it made sense for you to do, you'd already be doing it right. And that's the trap. This is very similar to when we're learning how to ride a bicycle. And they take off the training rolls wheels, you're five years old, they take off the wheels, and you're really wobbly. You don't have it yet. You're doing the best you can. Okay. And in that scene, you're crazy at genie comes by with some advice. And crazy Genie says, what you need to do is go faster. Because when you go faster, it's easier to balance and you think to yourself, that is the dumbest advice I have ever heard. I mean, if it can, if I can't balance going slow, how is going fast? That's just gonna make it worse? Well, this is the situation that we were all in going to business seminars, trying to improve our business. And we go to the seminar, and we get well intended, really good sounding advice. And our brain says, yes, that's, that's no, that's just not gonna work in my situation, because I've got this and because I've got that that really isn't gonna help me here. And but if it made sense to think you'd already be thinking it, okay, well, but on the bicycle, one day, your body feels something that it has never felt before balance. The instant your body feels balance, your brain rewires itself and goes, oh my gosh, now I understand what crazy engineer was talking about. Now I get it. Okay, here is what isn't so obvious about that experience, is that before your body feels the difference, no amount of information makes a difference. As a matter of fact, the more you say, Oh, I understand. Okay, I got it. Okay, I understand I know what to do, the more you're kidding yourself. Because that's just more of the same, your brain already has references for that transformation happens where your brain hasn't experienced it yet. After your body feels that difference, though, no amount of information is needed. So in the work I do in the mindset gym, this isn't life coaching, we aren't asking you what you think you should do. Because what your brain thinks you should do is what has you in a situation to start with. This isn't business coaching, we aren't like telling you what to do. Because until your body feels the difference, no information makes a difference. What we do instead is we walk your mind through a series of mindset push ups. And by putting the clarity and the confidence inside your body, we just put the feeling of actual leadership inside your body. After your body feels it, then your brain rewires itself and starts thinking at a higher level. Because until your body feels the confidence, no amount of information makes a difference. And after it feels the confidence. Well, you're kind of done. No amount of information is needed.

Kristina Stubblefield  14:22  
Okay, I had so many notes. I'm so many notes. I want to touch on a few things that you've already said. But what I want to say to your point you just made I have recently had that feeling. I've had that aha that you talk about until you until you go through it. It is it's hard to explain you can hear people talk about it, but it's very hard to relate to it. And what that very small thing in me It has affected my team. It has a, it has a trickle down effect. And now that I've gotten that just that little bit, it is happening at a faster pace. And I want to go back to what you said, you know, your brain knows, your brain knows what it knows. But you touched on your brains already thinking what it's thinking. You talked about that uncomfortable. We've heard people talk about this before you got to get out of your comfort zone. It is honestly a little uncomfortable. It is. It's different. And what you said about seminars, I've been there, oh, you write pages and pages of information, you take your notebook home with you, you have the best of intentions. And when you start processing, what you've heard, oh, I can't Oh, I don't have time to do that. Oh, that sounded good. But I can't get there. You're you've set yourself up in, because what you just said about, it's uncomfortable. You've not done it that way before it's in. That speaks volumes to conversations I've had with wedding professionals. And even though most of my listeners are wedding professionals, there are some other types of businesses that listen to this. For wedding professionals, you you have a pandemic that upsets everything, you know, basically shuts down events, you're so excited to come back and say yes, yes, yes, you know, you don't want to say no, to booking these events, you want to talk about a hamster wheel, then the longer you wait to make any kind of changes, mindset, business, marketing, etc. in the wedding industry, you could you're possibly booking clients, 1218 months, two years down the road. That is a long time to be in any kind of situation or hamster wheel for that matter. And with everything that's being discussed right now, with the wedding industry, more events since the early 80s, and things like that, over the next two or three years, these poor hamster wheels, they're going to need more than some WD 40 or some oil, because, you know, I think about that I have conversations with wedding professionals about that, because working on some things right now to implement the effects of that the reaping those benefits for some professionals, even some other businesses out there could be months year, plus down the road. And that's why I love having this conversation. It's about so much more than what you said, I'm going to tell you, I used to use the word hustle all the time, hustle, grit, you know, you've seen those words, all in all the time I've been there, I've you can work hard around the clock with little sleep, and a never ending to do list. And I know a lot of people out there can relate to that. You just feel like you can't get off that hamster wheel in what you said, when you were talking. If you just go off of what you know, or what you're used to, you're never going to find a way out and I loved your reference. And it has stuck with me since the time I heard you say it. You cannot read the label inside the bottle. And I think a lot of people can relate to that.

Jarrod Haning  19:09  
There is a I don't know this might be a better example of thinking patterns, and how they make sense, but actually work against us. So there's this way of thinking that says action gets results. And it's it seems very logical, like how are you supposed to argue with that? And so more action gets more results. Well, that seems logical to how you supposed to argue with that. This is this is a way of thinking. Now all ways of thinking make sense to the person thinking them. And you can't think of things that don't make sense. That's like trying to imagine that your religious beliefs are wrong or that your political beliefs are wrong. The brain just doesn't work that way. It can only think of things that All ready make sense? Well, the deal is with people that pride themselves on getting things done with people that champion that flag have, the more you do you know, the more results you can get, just check things off, those people always have more on their to do list and they have time to get done. Working harder and faster does not clear the to do list. And the reason is, when you believe that action gets results, then your brain looks for more action to take. This is a bad strategy that you simply cannot solve with stubbornness. The deal with taking an action, it doesn't matter how good you are at it, or how fast you get it done. If you're the one submitting the contract, or submitting the proposal, or sitting down with a family or consulting with the bride, if you're the one doing that, guess who's going to be doing it tomorrow, because taking the action doesn't solve the reason the action ever needed to be taken to start with. However, there's another way of thinking that says, because there's more here than I have time to get done, then I don't have time to get it done. So how else can it be done? In this ways of thinking, instead of doing the work, this way of thinking build systems to support you. Documents, processes, trains, people finds other people that can help with that consult, barter trade, whatever it takes. And by spinning their time not doing the work, but spending their time building machines, systems, processes, people relationships to support them, then they never again have to do the work. So when we're focused on checking things off our to do list, we're actually priding ourselves in not getting things done. Because tomorrow, we're going to have the same to do list. But it's even more insidious than that. If you'll look at your to do list, I guarantee you nine out of 10 things on there could be delegated for $15 an hour. So the more excited you are at the 15 things you checked off your to do list, the more happy you are that you dedicated the bulk of your day to the lowest paying tasks possible, then this is an example of a thinking pattern that all starts with more action gets more results.

Kristina Stubblefield  22:26  
I mean, yes, yes. And yes to everything you just said. I was one of those people that, you know, was it? Did I not want to let go? Did I feel like I had to micromanage did I just deny that. And when I had a conversation with you, it really wasn't that I have a great team. I very fortunate with all of that. What I knew how my brain thought, and it just having some clarity on that I'm not wrong. I am who I am. But being able to see how many more people I can help. That's what my focus is on. I I am not money motivated. Not I'm not I'm not I'm not what I am. I'm people driven. I want to help people. I love it. I've been involved in it for a number of years been very fortunate to work with many people. And for me, it was realizing it was this aha moment of, okay, not working from a to do list and allowing my team who are completely capable, and can move the needle quick, more even more efficiently. What that allow me to do, it opens me up to help more people, or for wedding professionals book more events, or whatever that means. And I always use that term growth very lightly, because some people I work with, they're not trying to book more events. They're trying to be more efficient. They're trying to make more money, work less. There was a lot of different things there. And I coming to the realization, I'm the bottleneck. I'm not in a bad way. I'm not doing it intentionally. But when I did the scan with you, and then we had a conversation about it in detail. Five or 10 minutes into our conversation. I don't know if you'll remember this. I said have you talked to me? One of my team members because what you were saying right back to me, you know, that's how how in the world do you You know this, like from this scan? Like, how do you know this? And I'll share people that are close around me or around me on a regular basis. They have a, they have a term that they like to say that I'm a rat on acid. That's their term. And it really made me start to think casually, is that positive? Or is that negative? Because that's not the impression that that's not what I want people to think of me. That's, that's not that's not what I want. I mean, a lot of people refer us business. It's not about it's not about that. But in life, you want to want people to say, oh, Christina was a great person, she was a rat on acid. No, that's not not what I want. I can't change how my brain is wired. But the perception, what I'm putting off, I can work on. And it's in me, I'm the one that that has allowed that. And it's how I work. But it goes back to what you said, I constantly think if you're not doing something, if you don't have that list, what are you doing? And so that is why when I had the conversation with you, it was like light bulbs going off. Because what you were saying back to me, I'm like, yes, that that's how I think that's how I operate. Okay, maybe this isn't a bad thing. It just was brief time that I've worked with you and had conversations with you, for years, about this whole mindset, in how you think and how you function. It just, it clarified so many things, that it just makes me realize how many opportunities possibilities exist.

Jarrod Haning  27:18  
It's, it's crazy. But of course, the brain can't think of what it can think of. Right? It's not anyone's fault for not having that thought. It just can't think of what it can't think of, even though that thought is your next breakthrough. And you were only one thought away.

Kristina Stubblefield  27:41  
That when you said that to me. I always say if people just realize power of that statement, the one little small changes in the way that you think, can have such a huge impact, not just on your business, but on your personal life.

Jarrod Haning  28:07  
I had a lady who was making about 300,000 a year in her business, she was consulting with authors. And she had four little kids at home. And so she would come home, but she would be busy around her kids. And this is I think this is a very important distinction. There's a difference between being present with your kids and being busy around them. So you know, I mean, they've got it right, be close and fed and sent to school and taking a soccer practice and homework done and all that stuff. But that's just being busy around them, you're not actually present with them, you're not connecting with them. If anything, it's kind of an unwelcome present, because you're just like stressed out that they're not interested in talking to snippy snippy parents who are stressed out so that that's where she was at. She's busy around her kids. She's got eight kids, they're all under no four kids for kids all under the age of eight. This is like having a blender without a tarp on. And so for those eight years, she's she's talking to your spouse about, hey, you know, this isn't working. I'm coming home from work, but I'm just busy around my kids. I'm not actually connecting with him this, this doesn't work for me. It's not sustainable. And for whatever reason that wasn't working, talking to him about it wasn't working. It wasn't that he was about I get a guy. It's just that he wasn't hearing it. He wasn't like understanding what she was trying to communicate. And so during this time, she's doing everything she knows to do to get him to understand and of course, I'm sure you know how well that works. Well, she takes a mind scan, and notices how her brain was solving that problem. The problem of getting my spouse's help and support so that I'm not stressed and overworked and busy around my kids so that I can actually connect with them and have time to do that. So she sees how her brain was solving that problem. And what's again If you haven't had the thought you just haven't had the thought, and you're not a bad person. But the deal is how you structure a sentence, like the values that are at play in a sentence, take different paths through the brain, and trigger different emotions along the way, I can make a request that sounds like because I'm really busy with the dishes, will you take out the trash, I can make the same request structured as Will you take out the trash, because I'm really busy with the dishes. These are different requests, they have different values at play, and they take different paths through the brain. Well, the the mind scan is effectively a values measurement. And so when she got clear the values that were at play for her, it gave her the opportunity to have a completely different conversation with her spouse, one that she had never thought to have before. Remember, you're only one thought away. That conversation lasted about 10 minutes. And in that conversation, it created for her 10 hours every week, 10 free hours every week to be present with her kids. Not busy around her kids. This was eight years too late. But we still had plenty of childhood and ahead of us that she could enjoy this is this is one of my favorite stories. This is a tremendous breakthrough. Now understanding that understanding the default values that our brain had in play, how they were working against her how they were actually blind spots, because they made so much sense she couldn't see around them. She took that to her work, had that conversation with her staff. And that created 30 free hours at work. For her to work on her business no longer in the business, it effectively pulled her out of the weeds for 30 hours, all because and taking the mind scan, she saw the blind spot that she was never able to see before. On the other hand, got a guy who is making probably well not enough, okay, so we call this the golden handcuffs. You're not making enough to leave, but you're making too much to stay. And he's doing everything he knows to do. He's working 60 hours a week and absolutely killing it. And taking the mind scan, he sees how his brain was solving that problem. And he sees how he was valuing his time, by getting really clear on this new opportunity and no longer fighting his own blind spots. It took him off the hamster wheel, meaning now he's doing 300,000 A year and his company runs on three to five phone calls a day, absolutely transformational just because his brain started thinking at a higher level, about what adds value to the world, and dedicating his calendar around that.

Kristina Stubblefield  32:45  
And I love what you said about that story. For you know, me and my husband work together. And I definitely see how impactful that can be. And even if it's not if you don't work with your spouse, but Jared, this could also be very impactful for team members to working together as a team.

Jarrod Haning  33:14  
It can it can. small caveat, though small caveat. The people that benefit the most, from their time in the mindset gym, doing the mindset push ups have control over the majority of their calendar. If somebody does not have control over their own calendar, they won't be able to implement the changes as they start thinking at a higher level, they will effectively quit their job. Because that's the only way to get control over the higher level. So yes, it can make a difference at the team level. But it really depends on the particulars of how that team is structured, and how the business systems are in place. It tends to make the greatest difference for people that are more at the entrepreneur level. And business owner level. They're the ones that benefit the most from learning how to think at a higher level. And just because they realize, right, their business isn't going to grow from another marketing seminar, it's going to grow from them thinking at a higher level.

Kristina Stubblefield  34:19  
So to change a little bit about what I said, Maybe I was thinking more along the lines of partnerships or spouses that work together, you know that your way of thinking can also obviously affect your communication. Your time like you said, Not only is this for business growth, but to free up some of your time, so many different benefits to it.

Jarrod Haning  34:45  
Yeah, it's but you know, I mean, it's not for everybody. It's not for everybody actually. Actually what I would say there is if anything here resonates with you. Don't take my word for it. Like don't believe Me, try it for yourself.

Kristina Stubblefield  35:02  
See, don't take my word for it either.

Jarrod Haning  35:06  
And just try for yourself, you know, you take the mind scan, and see for yourself, if this is relevant to your hamster wheel, so we can get you off of it.

Kristina Stubblefield  35:17  
I just thought this would be a great conversation, especially for most of my audience being wedding professionals in conversations that I have with working with them in regards to their marketing systems and processes. Because a lot of that goes hand in hand, having systems and processes, you know, in regards to digital marketing, and I tend to hear all about, it's all about business. And I hear this, the underlining part of that is, a lot of times, not enough time, too much to do not enough time. And there's so much more to it than just managing a to do list. If only it was that easy, but I think what I would like to leave people with is one of my biggest takeaways, was I felt like diving more into mindset meant, or I just had this feeling that I'm really going to find out what's wrong with me. Like, it's just, you know, this negative type of attachment for a little while, you know, anytime I talked about mindset of for myself, and just in the brief time that I've been focused more on that, you know, really over, you know, the last year or so, and even some, even recently, with conversations with you not been anything negative. Well, scary, little uncomfortable. Of course, anything we don't already know, just like you gave the bike reference, how in the world can you think going faster, would help anything. And I think that's what I would like to leave people with is exploring the opportunities that are out there. And if the ways you've been doing things hasn't worked for you, no matter if you've been doing it two years or 20 years, it is probably well worth taking the mind scan, and just getting a little bit of insight. And, gosh, getting that email back for you with those results. was like, I don't want to say a smack in my face. But it was like, oh, m g? Yes, yes. Oh, I mean, does this person know me? Like, what did I take? You know it. But I read over it three times when I first received it, I was I read over it and read over it and read over it, trying to take it all in? It made sense. It it pulled me in. But more importantly, like, there's there's opportunities here. And that to me, I think is the biggest takeaway is for people looking, you know, I don't want to use the hope reference. But for people that are looking to get, make a change, make adjustments, make improvements, whatever word you want to attach there. I think it's well worth the your time and small investment in order to get those results. It's worth it for yourself.

Jarrod Haning  38:53  
You mentioned and this has come up a couple times this this feeling like what is it going to reveal and and I'm not I'm not comfortable with anybody knowing or I don't want to know or the thing with a mind scan is it's, it's a fingerprint, it's as unique as you are. And because of that there isn't a right, there's not a wrong, there's not a perfect, there's not an ideal way of thinking. All it says is here's how your brain has been solving problems. And this could be why you keep hitting the same obstacles, because you're doing everything that makes sense. And here, here are some alternate ways that other people have thought about solving those problems. So this isn't like a Right wrong, good, bad. It's just, hey, if you're curious what the opportunity is or where your next breakthrough is, well, this is a great way to map it out so you can get out of the weeds.

Kristina Stubblefield  39:50  
Well, Jarrod, I know we could talk on and on about this. Thank you so much for everything that you've shared. I'm so excited for you People have an opportunity to do the mind scan if they want to do so we will definitely share a link to that in the show notes that you can get. And I remember the first time I heard you, I went back and listen to it again, because so many different things clicked with me. And so I really appreciate you taking time to come on to share with my audience and have a conversation about the possibilities of diving more into mindset.

Jarrod Haning  40:36  
Yes, ma'am. Happy to help.

Kristina Stubblefield  40:39  
So thank you, everyone for tuning in. If you want to connect with Jarrod, as always, contact information will be in the show notes. If you're looking for someone to tell you to take the step to do the mindset, the mind scan, take the step to do it. I don't think for any second, you will regret it. Honestly, I can tell you, I did not. And I look forward to the opportunity to work more with Jarrod. So thanks again, Jarrod for all of our listeners, make sure you subscribe on your favorite podcast platform. And if you want to see the video recording of this, you know that you can always go to our YouTube channel to watch Jarrod, anything else you want to share about your business with our listeners.

Unknown Speaker  41:30  
If you have any questions, I'd be happy to hop on virtual coffee. I'm active on Facebook, you can always reach me there Jarrod Haning. If you'd like to try the mind scan for yourself, and just see any opportunities there to double your revenue in the next year by thinking at a higher level. You can do that at mindset performance.co.

Kristina Stubblefield  41:49  
Thank you so much. And also it doesn't just stop with a scan. I don't want any of our listeners to think okay, I'm going to get a scan with some results. There are opportunities to dive into that further. Jarrod mentioned it in this episode about mindset push ups and mindset gym. So this isn't just something that you're going to get feedback and not have the opportunity to work on your results or to reach goals that you want to. Thanks again, Jarrod, I really appreciate it to all of our listeners. I cannot wait to hear your feedback on this episode. Thanks so much for listening. Until next time, say yes.

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Jarrod Haning

Mindset Trainer

He is an award winning speaker, has been featured on ABC Nightline, spoken on stages all across the country, has clients all across the world, delivered 4 TEDx talks related to Mindset Performance, and been chosen by TED global as the featured speaker of the week. He specializes in a Nobel Nominated process that teaches you how to think at a higher level and allows you to access different parts of your brain on demand. As a result of this training *most of his clients go on to double their income by purposely working half as many hours.
His background as a classically trained musician has equipped him with a unique set of tools for leveling up your leadership. For recreation you’ll find him flying, skydiving, or mountain bike riding. But his most prized accomplishment was winning the World Tickle Championship in the 5- year old category.