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Get Your Mind Set and Go | Jarrod Haning SE05 - EP11

October 21, 2020 Thomas DeSchutter / Jarrod Haning Season 5 Episode 11
The Bloom Living Podcast
Get Your Mind Set and Go | Jarrod Haning SE05 - EP11
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Jarrod Haning / Mindset Mentor

You know how when you’re in the corn maze and you’re not sure if you should go
left or right? But, when you step on a ladder suddenly the maze is no longer a
mystery?
That’s what Jarrod Haning does for business owners. By teaching them how to
think at a higher level, they are able to see the whole picture and suddenly the
obstacles that were blocking their growth no longer exist.

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.

Mindset Performance website
Book: The Thinking Patterns of Success
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Jarrod Haning for the past 10 years has been working so you don't have to. Meaning, his job is to show you how to think, at a higher level, about business success. A breakthrough in your business will first happen as a breakthrough in your thinking and you're only one thought away from your next breakthrough. From his book The Thinking Patterns of Success, we get a glimpse into the minds of seven-figure earners and how they really think. How to grow in a down economy, how to EARN with less effort, how to Increase client value, and how to scale on demand. The less you do, the more you earn, now that's crazy. Bigger goals bring faster funds and a higher purpose creates more power. And when we talk about this one, that I really loved,  the idea that bigger goals mean more. Like the bigger the goal, the more prosperity, abundance, the more enjoyment, and the more life you get to live. And hey, life wants more life.

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Thomas DeSchutter:

Bloom Living podcast. Season Five Episode 11. probably know about my fascination with mindset, about mindset. Because for me, everything comes down to my own life it's your own thoughts and your own feelings. However, our us, our perception of what's working, what's not working. And perception of reality. Today's guest is an expert on mindset. don't have to. Meaning, his job is to show you how to think, at business will first happen as a breakthrough in your thinking From his book The Thinking Patterns of Success we get a really think, how to grow in a down economy. How to Earn with demand. The less you do, the more you earn, now that's crazy, more power. And when we talk about this the one that I really the goal, the more prosperity abundance, the more enjoyment, So here we go. Today's show the Bloom living podcast is all

Jarrod Haning:

Thanks for having me.

Thomas DeSchutter:

Yeah! Great. Great to have you here I'm so to talk about a lot, which is mindset and. And I'm just going don't know anything I just, I just know what I know and I who know, maybe because one of the contexts that you put this in as review starting on a year we're coming up to, you know, the year other perhaps what you know if I'm a business owner and I'm are some things that I could start to do, maybe leading him create a new direction for myself or something. I can you

Jarrod Haning:

You cannot read the label from the inside of the stuck in that cycle don't have enough time don't have enough same way. There's three truths that we first need to look at you're already working hard. Like, just tell yourself the you can do you'd be doing it. Now when we get in that cycle think that is because we're not working hard. And so we're like is just try a little bit harder. Next year rolls around and kids had to you know go on vacation. So this doesn't count couple years. You just got to realize maybe trying harder was something else you could be doing, you would already be make a difference, ever to everything that you're thinking no dummy. If it didn't make sense you wouldn't be doing it. isn't going to come from working smarter, or it would have by now has you thinking of more things that already makes sense. And three, a breakthrough in your situation well first seemed like doing it. And this is the situation we were all in were a little wobbly we don't have it yet we put foot down. comes by and says, the most unhelpful thing ever. What you balance. And you're like, Okay, this is why they call it crazy But something happened on the day that you did go faster and miss which is before you felt the difference, no matter of felt balance, no amount of explanation was needed. And solving problems on a higher level. So the three truths. will at first seemed like a bad idea because if it made sense isn't gonna make a difference or it would have by now, working now. And you cannot read the label from the inside of the don't have enough money and your your your promise yourself you going to happen. And your brain can't think of the thing that it patterns mapped out. You can do that with a Nobel nominated mind been tripping you up all this time. The Blind Spot the way of the label from the inside of the bottle. That is what is causing money, or the breakthrough that's waiting for you. The breakthrough is the opportunity that your mind Related to this is the situation we're all in in a corn maze, you right. So you're like well let me try this. And then this turns the rows, the faster I can make another decision, the sooner life problems. Well, when you're driving to your friend's house Did I take a wrong turn. So you start driving faster to get it on the wrong road. You got to look at the map yo. So, back to We just put you on a ladder. Now you can see the whole picture. your thinking patterns, you're able to see exactly what's been solution I would say, so it's your thinking letters printed

Thomas DeSchutter:

Can I can I pause there so I have never done What is it that have you done this process or do you you answer and they can tell the way that you're going to be you pull from, you know, you pull from that, you know, this thing here and then that just keeps bringing us back to talking about.

Jarrod Haning:

Okay, so how did the patterns get mapped out. Hartman discovered in the 50s. And by understanding how your how it evaluates the world, because we cannot see the world brain does is it takes input, and then recreates, what it out. reveals the blind spots and breakthroughs in our thinking where those things are, see where the opportunities are 30% because it's so personally meaningful, like it's very

Thomas DeSchutter:

I just want us for a moment so what you're how the world is is really the, you know, I think Einstein said is that is that it's not real, it's what our mind is making up

Jarrod Haning:

Yes. Yeah, so, Einstein is good I love it.

Thomas DeSchutter:

right right and that's because of how we are everybody correct like everybody's going to come and getting to the next step for themselves.

Jarrod Haning:

Yes, yeah it that graph is like a fingerprint So then your other question was, well, how is that done. I mean, how do we figure it out, how your mind. Pictures the world. So a lot of people they think of assessments, and they think of kind of thing. The problem with those assessments well they're you're you're answering questions you know when you go hand of a stranger, you know. And so because our questionnaire system. It's like trying to think ahead. Well I think like, well, this is a part of me that I'm working on being better error. Now, if you can imagine going to see a doctor, and the that's the value of self reporting error. It's not. The compare. So they say hey you're a rabbit, you know you're a infp or whatever. And then that causes you to identify with gives rise to well that's just how I am. Well, for crying out enough money. If you're tired of going through life wondering if life is calling you to, then we need to get rid of. That's just If it doesn't, challenge you, it won't change you. So the label trait. Do you already knew that. 25% of the population has this says hey you have this condition. And we have a 60% that 60% line are you. And that's what this is different. there's no self reporting error. The results are as unique as you it creates your breakthrough map are able to see for you to get to the next level.

Thomas DeSchutter:

Wow. So, so, so what do you do, you just like

Jarrod Haning:

Yes, yes. Exactly, yes. So, it would have maybe what is more good a baby, or a technical improvement. Well good. What is more bad slavery are blowing up an airliner and worse. Now if you take that over, say, 18, different as unique as you are.

Thomas DeSchutter:

It's crazy, huh. How long does a process

Jarrod Haning:

Wow. Because you're sitting there going, god Like you really have to wrestle with your own morality. Right. Usually when people take it, they, they finish and they've done before, right, and then usually when they take a they begin to understand all the data and opportunities. They they were going into this expecting this Myers Briggs for a reason. And so they go through their results and ridiculous. Like, how did it get all of this. Oh, they're just,

Thomas DeSchutter:

And and they're freaked out because they

Jarrod Haning:

Yeah, when you're in that trying to read the label to do, you're doing everything that makes sense. And for the and see the label, you're able to see why the thing that makes what the opportunity is that you hadn't considered before and

Thomas DeSchutter:

So how did you come upon this stuff, what and and looking at mindset. And this process.

Jarrod Haning:

I feel like a little bit of getting lucky, of attraction. But, you know, birds of a feather tend to flock Italy, the guy next to you at the cafe drinking coffee, he right. So, I spent 20 years as a professional classical musician, what some people don't know about music is that when you're radio or clapping your hands or banging attitude on the piano or than any other activity. Now, a blind spot is when we overuse a the woods. If you hold the map too close to your face, it So, by learning how to access different parts of your brain on efficiency and scale. So I would teach people how to access musical secrets of leadership or the musical secrets of of my TEDx talks in Hickory, North Carolina was about that for relationship and conversation. Well I was I was where most of the networking happens. And this guy heard what Hey, have you ever tried this Have you ever tried the minds link up until that point I was teaching people how to access ability to show them where we were starting. This is what's ups, as you're learning the moves to do this. You can now

Thomas DeSchutter:

Okay, so do you have an example from your is, you can now see where you are.

Jarrod Haning:

Okay. So, when I was in business at that time. me, man, you're the greatest gosh you're amazing everybody so like they just sing my praises. But they would never somebody else. And so I had this mismatch. Why going out of your and all this, but you're not referring me on the other end, at that time. One of the things that it revealed, is that my intended to say what they need to hear even if they're not They're emotional state, if you will. It had a lot of clarity and insight, really that reading. It was as if while you were telling me your story. you feel. I just don't care. I know how you feel. I saw how you maybe skipping ahead in the conversation. I know how you wouldn't be having this conversation just just go take mind D values the other person's emotional state, because your gets results or overvaluing systems, the belief being situation where there is a little emotional deficit and interprets your language. And this is what creates situations people together. It feels like you're talking to somebody and saying, what you're saying is like elementary level, technical misunderstanding it. They're not willfully misunderstanding it, emotional bank deposits are created so this is a high value and high value relationships they start to seek you out, they introduce you to people. So, by seeing what was going on. I was engaging in emotional bank deposits so that would be things middle of nowhere, to ask what was going on with our new puppy. about funny sailing bloopers because that person was less about, but an emotional bank deposit is defined as things, it changed my world, and now my clients refer me to

Thomas DeSchutter:

So, if I, so let me unpack this a little just propensity to just say, all you need to do is this this and this that time, like, sure you were engaged in the conversation and wonderful. But there was no real emotional connection that had pal ever. And by changing by seeing that about yourself that solutions and see what they needed and see what the human on an emotional level, you were out of, out of sight, out this something I don't care so that's for you that would be a somebody for, like, because that's not in your radar that Had you not done that. Am I am I getting this

Jarrod Haning:

though so many things so many things, um, the sixth grader could tell you. But when you're in the situation, at your thinking patterns you're able to get out of the bottle You're right. In the beginning, it doesn't feel natural. If your of time to send a thank you card it's going to feel like a waste them just because you know it's going to brighten your day, it's done. If you've got employees or staff, stopping by to say, you game, literally game this weekend. It's gonna feel like creates a whole nother level of scale. So if you guys are They don't remember what you did for them. They remember how you you can make them a million dollars, but they're going to million dollars, the illustration here is when you go where I was at until I got out of my head onto the paper. If or whatever. I'm actually going to see the dentist today. And in, and the dentist comes in. and they're like, you know what wouldn't have to see me as often you can save a little bit of in there. Now imagine if you're sitting in the dentist's chair walks in and goes, ah, Tom. So good to see you. Hey, you know, puppy. Did you ever get that puppy. Oh my gosh we had one of phase. Oh say Hey Paul I'm thinking of it. I realized that me as often you'd save a little bit money. All right, let's open like, What a jerk. They don't care about me at all. In the looking after me. Even though the advice was the same. And

Thomas DeSchutter:

And I'm guessing that you're, you're some internal dialogue that is like what a jerk. Right, because guy's just the way he is and you're not even registering the Oh by the way, and you're like oh what your list now you're

Jarrod Haning:

Now there are a small percentage of the to do is just tell them what to do, and move on. Because it's a

Thomas DeSchutter:

And that's well I see this as storytelling right this is this is the same sort of relationship in my difference between telling somebody, you know, how you know success through meditation and pulling on heartstrings and will register with somebody. Yeah, you know, and I and I see but their greatest joy as kids and even to a certain extent, stories about my, my past my wife's past their grandpa's who be engaged on an emotional level with their history, and where

Jarrod Haning:

Yes, yes, there's a, there is a line of thought, this is kind of the idea that the quality of your day is so the stories that we tell ourselves, the stories we tell what's realistic what's not realistic, that in fact story, an interpretation of reality.

Thomas DeSchutter:

Mm hmm. I think it's. Is that not in the

Jarrod Haning:

always do your best, don't take anything

Thomas DeSchutter:

I can't be on the spot with this I'm terrible,

Jarrod Haning:

Ah, I am sorry.

Unknown:

That's not one of them.

Jarrod Haning:

Yeah, I'm sorry. Oh, be impeccable with your anything personally be impeccable with your word, and I yeah I love your book and I can't remember the fourth one.

Unknown:

Yeah. I'm looking it up.

Jarrod Haning:

Yeah man looking up. That is a great

Unknown:

And the fifth agreement is love, right,

Thomas DeSchutter:

he, he wrote a secondary book and added that

Jarrod Haning:

Yes, yes, I, um, I didn't think that book was as

Thomas DeSchutter:

No, I agree. Well it's like it was the Four take anything personally don't make assumptions. Ah, there it and he calls it the dream of the planet. Yes, and the book The planet, and how we are you know can get sucked into the dream of about right it's, it's, it's similar it's not I mean it's not we are and what we're going to do and how we're going to act a cycle of always trying to catch up to something. And we want to phrase that. And here's what it reminds me of is, you band I made some CDs and. Back then I called them records, but point, I'll say we but really me I'll just speak for myself at to play regardless of the outcome to how do we get a when they have no idea what they want, because they're not even something. And, and I can see now looking back that that that achieve something because it wasn't coming from within, I was outside of myself versus playing the music that I love to play attracting the audience that would resonate with that.

Jarrod Haning:

guy so much to say. Um, so, at some point, and freelance entrepreneurship. When I was a musician. I was making 50,000 a year working 40 me to 100,000 a year working 20 hours a week, and I believe really anybody in service, most business owners can do that to talking in your music journey, about trading your creativity going to work next. And the reason that sticks out to me is can somebody do if they're caught in a cycle, and I said mapped out because you can't read the label needs out of the just touched on it. The second thing is, take on a bigger listening and taking notes, you wanna write that down. The only bigger problems, whatever the problems are that you're facing,

Unknown:

what, that's crazy talk.

Jarrod Haning:

It is, it is whatever you're dealing with in is because you aren't dealing with something bigger. My hire a coach they fire a coach they go to the gym they stop donuts whatever it is they're on the wagon off the wagon, or and start drinking or whatever it is. The only reason they keep bigger. My friends that have decided they're tired of being triathlon. Those people, they no longer struggle with their super disciplined or super focused, it's because they're up They're no longer distracted by things like donut shops and world. I had terrible performance anxiety. Playing if I was playing like fiddle with a band. But it was very that I was trained. I was trained to do. And when you're you, like, mother advice, that sounds good, but it doesn't before you go on stage because the potassium helps balance your underwear, just prepare you just need to practice enough if you you. Sounds like it should make a difference. It only makes the And this is what I said earlier, the only reason you have that you're up to. I was on stage, and this is after a lifetime, a practice practice practice practice, get up to do the solo considered selling my instrument, because I never illness that is called being a musician, I couldn't put it down cycle go through cycles. Remember, trying harder doesn't play my best under pressure, trying harder doesn't make a counting the measures away the orchestra is playing, and the here's that loop great Here we go again. In, 10 minutes from on me. What if I just practice what I preach. Because at that leadership. What if I just do what I tell people to do that And I asked myself why do I even want to share this with the want to be a part of this and them, and for whatever reason about the felt experience of being loved for whatever reason. audience having the felt experience of being loved. Now before. Up until this moment in time, I was trying to get all best. I was trying to avoid looking bad. I was trying to is, all of those are targets that don't exist. There is no soon as you get there there's a little bit more. There's no soon as you hit that you realize it could have been this to their withholding, this is tyranny. This is withholding from best under pressure because you're saying, When I meet this permission to feel that doesn't work that way. So this was a new the no try do my best to have that pressure be perfect. I was standing for what was possible my audience is live, that they Now, I never done this before. So my solo starts, and with the note. And I had to say. I'm not in that game anymore. Like I bigger. There's 2000 people in this room and I'm standing that then the second note would come. Oh, this is a hard shift you I'm in a new game standing for what's possible on my right. for a bigger purpose and a bigger reason. At the end, I before. But the real victory was that I couldn't wait to do it enjoyed sharing the music. Now a couple stories here. If you are teenager. The only reason you're struggling with your something bigger. So rather than trying to fix your relationship becomes the source manual for all the other parents that have You're thinking at a higher level. You're now about resourcefulness, at the end of it, you learn something that you because you have the answer. You write the book because you are before he was this amazing dude that spoke so powerfully he different groups, not to. In the United States, before he was And he was a terrible lawyer on his first case, he fled the His assistant had to close on a second case, he went back to his can't represent you in good conscience because I'm terrified What changed from this guy who's terrified of speaking in public for 99 cents on public speaking tips. Did he sign up for Tony know that those things as helpful as they are would have with it more effectively. The guy that showed up on stage that in his world. So what happened. He leaves England goes to South He notices that his countrymen the people of India are horribly business of peace in India. Nobody asked him, nobody gave peace in India, get this. Because I said so there's that. peace in India. Because I said so now here's the deal. When you give two shits about speaking to an audience of 20,000. They can Rotten Tomatoes, you could care less. Because you're up to

Unknown:

That's massive.

Thomas DeSchutter:

That's a great. That's a great story. So What I found interesting, among many things but one of the the self dialog. So, in your shift from playing the notes to I know what happens very quickly, like the self dialogue it's like whoa I don't know what 300 words a minute or something playing your brain is going I don't know if you can do this in happens in an instant. but it's the point. I think the point I'm of other people is that they want to know like well how do I really the mindset that I am up to this, and I have to remind like, I have to train myself to break this old habit and I need to remind myself along the way.

Jarrod Haning:

Mm hmm. I'm glad you brought that up. I'm glad It's just stops mattering because you're up to something your mind. It's not like you're gonna sit down in a room with a you and you're going to realize you were wrong and thinking that you're up to something bigger. Right. This the same thing with meditate my mind wanders. That is meditating, realizing that just bring your mind back to your breath. People crash maybe I can't do this, maybe this isn't for me. No, that is bringing it back. So same thing in relationships people avoid going to get hurt. It's not about avoiding getting hurt. I they avoid being self employed or going into business because you're going to fail. It's not about avoiding failing. It's

Thomas DeSchutter:

Right, yeah cuz there's going to be there's going to be moments of why did I ever think I could then there's going to be moments of like, Man, this is the

Unknown:

Yeah. Yes.

Jarrod Haning:

How do I fix it, you don't, right, you're up to

Thomas DeSchutter:

Yeah, and that's a great point. Thank you broken, like we're not broken. We're not broken people that something bigger we could be doing, and I love that that the start to just go well yeah but that's not relevant I'm not up now. Right, it's like changing jobs, you know, go to the new I'm under the new job. That's it. You might have, you might flashbacks of how horrible it might have been or how wonderful you're up to this

Jarrod Haning:

new thing. And just because you're up to this to something different now. Yeah, if you're in the struggle often do this with some of my clients, I say. Imagine that I is my bicycle wrong. They say, Well, no, I wouldn't I wouldn't I mean, it's like asking the marital status of the number

Thomas DeSchutter:

like, I would say it's stupid

Jarrod Haning:

like stupid. Okay, there we go. That's it. It

Thomas DeSchutter:

was stupid. Why did you do that.

Jarrod Haning:

Now, imagine just hypothetically, what would explain why my bike was wrong and I shouldn't have to air the nature of physical things sometimes they break and I'd didn't have to go through this and the bike would have to then eventually I'm going to realize I'm the only one with me. Now I've aired the bicycle tire up and I'm going for a ride back in the garage. Because I shouldn't have had to do this to something is right, and something is wrong. Something is birth into existence. Now, what happens if I go out into the just aerate the tire and go for a ride. Okay. Now, what happens maintain my bicycle I go out to write it it has a flat tire Are guess I am happy to go. Okay, well we're back to, well I night it was fine yes but I'm paying you extra money to be even after the bicycle gets aired up, we're still not done, start with. As long as we're in the world of right wrong, good, we're in the world of it works or doesn't work. There are a new way. That doesn't mean that your old way was wrong, it

Thomas DeSchutter:

Yeah, well, Jared I actually believe that

Unknown:

Tell me more.

Thomas DeSchutter:

Well, I have come to the conclusion that in create that moment is perfect. The universe is not imperfect or the bad. It's just what happened, and everything that bicycle tire is flat so in actuality, the moment unfolded gauge it as this is good or this is bad or it didn't work out the not perfect. What that means is that I have a problem with how unfolds, it's done, it's perfect. Everything that was in what was already in the ingredients. Mm hmm. So I I gave because it already is. Everything is already perfect

Jarrod Haning:

already perfect. Excellent man. Well,

Thomas DeSchutter:

we'll see we'll see if my theory lasts.

Jarrod Haning:

Oh my guys. So yeah, where should we go from

Thomas DeSchutter:

well I want to get back to your, I don't entrepreneurship, what was it the entrepreneurship you were entrepreneurship.

Jarrod Haning:

All right, so, for me, mindset is different from personality, and that already have a mindset, and it's already effective at producing want. Well now, or you already have them. So changing your you go about solving those problems. When I was in music. I making enough. And that was frustrating. And it was also system. For freelance music. I mean, we've got bands world they're mowing grass during the summer to make ends meet. It's play when they can get it for free on Spotify. So at that time was playing weddings, that kind of thing, just the gig economy. you're in the service industry, you're a barista. You're a need to be a little creative about where we can apply it. So can I get more gigs, because if I get more gigs get more because if I have more students I get more money, that kind of if you're doing the work you're actually falling behind. And 50,000 a year. This isn't sustainable. The strategy is, look at the three areas. The first area was teaching. Now, owner, teach what you know. So I was teaching what I knew I was viola, well I took my time out of that equation. This allowed or working more hours. You can do this by putting an online writing a book publishing a course. Teaching group lessons. doctor visits. When you go see the doctor. They have a hallway because the doctor doesn't need to check you in schedule you come in for what the doctor is needed for them they leave. Well instrument, while they're tuning while they're warming up. They exercise that will develop that skill, and then leave, and then were practicing that new skill. So that's what I would do. It parents, absolutely loved it. By the way, because they remember sit down at the piano, to demonstrate what they had worked keys when their teacher said no no no no no no, like this. And their teacher would demonstrate it. And it's okay this, like they remember the misery of having a teacher some momentum, and this is your very first time. So by me being make mistakes with grace. And then I'm just coming back in the adjust my students loved it. The parents loved it. Everybody was like that, or raising my prices. The second thing was when you're coffee shop owner podcaster, whatever it is, when you're needs. Now, up until this point, they would come to me and say, should we do with it. And I would say oh gosh don't give me give your extra money to them. Well I stopped that nonsense. a retail license, call up the wholesalers, I've got a small students come to me. Hey, we need a new instrument we need next week we'll have one for you. I didn't have to warehouse, spend any extra time because they were already there. They they trust you as it is, they don't want to give their money dollars, free money that I was giving to the music store that rentals, which is your retirement. Because the rent about two years. And so after that as long as you're renting was the second thing is as you train your students they're teaching people how to get better customers and how to get more money. Well, what's the best bean supplier can they come espresso machine, can they come through you to get that espresso instead of playing more games, I started booking more gigs. By opportunities for my peers. This gave opportunities for my need opportunities. So now they had a chance to go out and play peers, got more gigs than they normally would have because I virtually because I wasn't there I took my time out of the the equation, which gets to one of the tenants of my book, the problem by working less took my time out of teaching took my

Thomas DeSchutter:

And that book is the thinking patterns of

Jarrod Haning:

of success. Yeah.

Unknown:

Yeah. Yeah.

Thomas DeSchutter:

Awesome. That was awesome. I love that. And definition of 2020 is how many people have now you know are now this stuff to take their time out of the equation only because

Jarrod Haning:

yeah. If you're not online you don't exist.

Thomas DeSchutter:

It's true. It's very true. Well, that was of you and maybe before you do that, maybe before you tell us what can you, what can you assist them with like are you stuff or group or programs, what's in the Jared toolbox,

Jarrod Haning:

my clients, normally double their revenue by process of getting out of the corn maze and standing on the though. If you want to see what your thinking patterns look like your own mindset or even what that might impact in your mind scan you can download a sample report heck you can even benefit from all of that. If you're curious what some of the making in those people. The 789 figure earners that I Take a look at their thinking patterns you can do that on my only work with about 10 people at a time. So it's extremely more than enough resources. You can listen to my podcast mindset mindset push ups and the exercises to get you thinking at hold of me. If you're on the East Coast United States airplane banner. If those aren't available, then the good old

Thomas DeSchutter:

website mindset performance code. Yes,

Unknown:

Yeah. Awesome.

Thomas DeSchutter:

Jared, this has been fantastic. I thank you for

Unknown:

having me.

Thomas DeSchutter:

Yeah, anything. We need just before we have that you that you need to say before we go.

Jarrod Haning:

No, I could drop a little ear worm though. Have like the best part of a cucumber.

Unknown:

That is,

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