Course curriculum

  • 1

    Ending the idea that working more equals better.

  • 2

    Doing the right work is worth A LOT!

    • With doing the right work I make over $1,000 per hour of work.

    • How do you know what the right work is to do?

    • My workflow with tracking the progress I make each day with Microsoft Excel.

  • 3

    Working just 4 hours inspires focusing on what is most important.

    • Only 4 hours to work forces me to look carefully at what I am doing.

    • The 4 hour workday is one I practice 7 days per week.

    • Perfectionism cannot stand up to limited amounts of time to work.

    • Breaks are easy to take with less hours of work!

    • Spending money to work more effectively is now a given.

    • Having less time to work forces me to face my limitations and work with others.

    • Accepting the things I cannot change is mandatory with less time to work.

    • Saying no and respecting myself is much easier with less time to work.

  • 4

    A balance life full of every joy is the reward of working 4 hours a day 7 days a week.

    • The purpose of working less is to make time for a balanced life.

    • When doing knowledge and creative work, a balanced life means better quality.

    • This system is tolerant of problems that come up.

    • I never have to say I am busy anymore! Take a look at my schedule!

    • Working a little every day is best for long term memory.

  • 5

    Overcoming obstacles to starting and using the 4 hour workday.

    • Is 4 hours a day or 28 hours per week is not enough time?

    • How can you do this with a job and a family?

    • What about other people working 60 hours a week and doing great things?

    • Thank you for taking this course! What will you do about it today?

  • 6

    Follow up a year after creating the original course in 4 hours!

    • Welcome to my 4 hour work days!

    • How am I practicing the 4 hour workday a year later?

    • Constant improvement is the core principle I work by

    • Pricing for services with the 4 hour workday

    • Little improvements every day add up to a lot fast

Meet Your Instructor!

CEO and Founder of Uthena!

Jerry Banfield

I started my business in 2011 to help others overcome the same problems I struggled with starting with addiction, relationships, and money. After accumulating $100,000+ in debt to stay in business, I discovered teaching online in 2014. Within three years, I produced 3,000+ video tutorials and paid off all the debt while struggling to maintain ongoing relationships with my students. To help students and instructors grow better together, we launched Uthena in 2019 as the first PLR marketplace for video courses! I am grateful today for 5 years sober, 3 years plant based diet, 6 years married, 3 years parenting, and 7 years as an entrepreneur online with 2,300+ YouTube videos, 21 books, 680+ blog posts, 800+ podcast episodes, 70 songs on iTunes/Spotify, and 57+ video courses where I am the primary instructor on Uthena!

Private Label Rights (PLR)

This course is available with Private Label Rights (PLR). 

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After purchasing, you will have access to the course on Uthena and you will receive the PLR license with a download link and a special bonus.


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"My 4 Hour Workday"

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