E134 – Working Less to Make More: How Fewer Hours Can Bring in More Dollars | with Jarrod Haning

Jarrod Haning is a mindset mentor and mindset performance coach who helps his clients double their income by purposely working half as many hours. How does he do it? By using a Nobel-nominated process that teaches them how to think at a higher level. Now, Jarod here to help One Big Tip listeners do the same: his One Big Tip is all about how you can make more by earning less.


Working fewer hours to make more money may sound like a fantasy situation to the stressed entrepreneur, but Jarrod says it’s possible, and he’s here to tell us exactly how it works. The key is to train employees to handle the important work for you – that way, you’ll spend less time working on time-stucking tasks and more time coming up with solutions that will bring in even more revenue.

No matter where you’re at in your business, this episode will teach you not only that you can afford to scale and pass on your work, but also how to do it effectively and efficiently. Jarrod and I also discuss some common roadblocks you may run into in the process and the best ways to get past them. So if you’re stressed, overworked, and looking for a solution that won’t cut any of your revenue, this is a conversation you won’t want to miss. 

In this episode:

  • [1:31] Jarrod explains how he helps clients with productivity and how his background in music helped him get there. It all comes down to how our brains and work and solve problems.
  • [6:17] Jarrod breaks down the ideas behind his one big tip: the less you work, the more you make!
  • [10:16] Jarrod explains that the most important (and hardest) part of scaling is training people to do the important tasks for you.
  • [14:45] Jarrod says that when you arrive at roadblocks, it’s important to look at thought patterns of you and your employees to find blind spots and to focus on sales and recruiting. 

Learn more and reach out:

  • www.mindsetperformance.co – learn about the mindset scan, check out his book, and even download the executive summary for free.