Reasons NOT to join The Brule Breakers Club
I talk a lot about my work and The Brule Breakers Club and WHY it’s so awesome.
So let me tell you why you’d be right NOT to join…
I realize it’s rather unconventional to write in depth about NOT joining my program.
So why do it? Because, The Brule Breakers Club is not for everyone.
If you are debating whether or not you can afford to join (financially or otherwise), here are some considerations that I hope will help you decide:
- If you find yourself needing to choose between feeding yourself OR keeping a roof over your head, then joining The Brule Breakers Club may not make sense for you right now.
- If you feel desperate for immediate solutions and are in a place in your life where you don’t know what you’ll do if a major life-altering change doesn’t happen for you within the next 30 days, then joining The Brule Breakers Club may not make sense for you right now.
The first one needs no explanation.
In terms of desperation or urgency around results, there’s going to be a lot of growth, but growth doesn’t happen overnight. Brules have been profoundly assimilated into your worldview and experience over decades of reinforcement and, because of this, they won’t just exit stage left in a hot second.
If neither of the above describe you or your circumstances and you wish to join, then I truly hope you will, EVEN IF making the $100 or so a month investment s-t-r-e-t-c-h-e-s you a little – be it financial, emotional, or both.
Because let’s be honest, investing in yourself – whether it’s a few dollars, or something with several zeros behind it, not to mention the TIME – can be a symbolic and emotional hurdle as much as it is a financial one.
It can dredge up questions like…
- Am I worth it?
- I mean, do I really get to invest in not just striving, but thriving?
- Should I really invest in myself now – as in, TODAY??
Ultimately, all of these are variations of the old “Who do you think you ARE?” question.
If you do decide to join us (again, with the understanding that those first two scenarios don’t apply to you), then know that you will be entering a space that is dedicated to supporting your best self, your self-actualization, and expanding possibilities for your life.
The Brule Breakers Club is also a space where “Who do you think you ARE?” is escorted out and replaced with the-same-words-but-a-very-different-question:
“Who do YOU think you are?”
The emphasis in this question matters.
The first one – “Who do you think you ARE?” – is full of residual head-trash that you picked up somewhere along the way from people who haven’t yet sorted where or whether to discard this garbage, so they gave it to you.
In contrast, the second one – “Who do YOU think you are?” is a process of self-revelatory introspection and discovery, both about your current self-concept and your ever-evolving and expanding Self.
Say the question aloud to yourself now: “Who do I think I am?”
Feel that “damn! I am in charge” vibe? 😎
In The Brule Breakers Club, we delight in both the second version of the question and in the version of YOU that this question helps draw out of the shadows and into the light.
All this to say … I want you to understand that inside The Brule Breakers Club, any and all versions of “I can’t afford it right now” are not supportive, or supported.
We hold you as powerful. Period.
And, to be clear – even if you find yourself in either of the two scenarios I describe at the top – we also hold YOU as powerful.
Whatever your current circumstances are, while they may reflect what makes practical sense for you to prioritize right now, they do NOT reflect what is POSSIBLE for you.
You are far more powerful than whatever the snapshot of your current experience of your current moment might be. To pretend that you aren’t would be a disservice, both to you and to the other members.
Every time you speak, share, or believe that you “can’t afford it,” you radiate disempowered energy and this perpetuates feelings of limitation, scarcity, and not-enough-ness. This isn’t beneficial. Just as spending your last dollar on a life coaching program wouldn’t be beneficial if it means not having enough food to eat.
If, barring these circumstances, you truly would love to join, then find a way to join!
And, if you don’t truly want to join, that’s ok too.
You can decline without self-limiting statements that reinforce and only root you that much more deeply in the belief that you are powerless or that you don’t have options.
You are not powerless.
And you have options.
And those options include what you choose to prioritize.
This very message is just a sampling of the level of thought work and personal transformation that you’ll be supported through in The Brule Breakers Club. And with registration currently set at what adds up to the cost of a cup of coffee a day, it is an absolute bargain.
Applied Psychology Coach & author of The Brules of Life
PS – The sooner you join the sooner you can get oriented to the Tara’tory. 😜 If you think this might be for you but you’re not sure or have questions, reach out right away for a Personalized Brule Breaker Chat, a fun powerful 1:1 connection opportunity so you can experience and learn more about how brule breaking can help YOU.