Along with Objection #1, this was the question that I had not already resolved when inquiring about the Invincible Mind Masterclass. Like many decisions, the only way you will ever know this is if you make a leap of faith and try out Jaret's services for yourself.
The reasoning I used to come to my buying decision was:
If a reputable Peak Performance Coach like Jaret cannot help me improve or advance my goals or life in a meaningful way, then that would probably mean I am somewhat hopeless and have limited potential. In that case, I might as well give up on dreams right now. Am I willing to quit on myself and accept life defeat? Obviously I was not and believed myself to be a capable individual.
The scenario that I am capable of growth but that Jaret would somehow be unable to help me specifically did not seem like a likely probability. For one thing, besides him already helping out many other individuals, he is clearly a capable person. His success in various areas of his life and the way he carries himself in his YouTube videos for example demonstrate that he at least has great presentation and motivational skills. Obviously he also knows how to set up a successful business and has excellent selling and communication skills, so at the least those are important qualities customers can learn from him.
Additionally, to me there were some clear intangible benefits in taking a chance on the Invincible Mind Masterclass. For one thing, the effect of knowing highly successful people should not be underestimated. Just like Jaret's videos can pump you up, I am sure we can all think of various people in our lives who either have a negative or positive effect on our motivation and energy levels.
I learned from personal experience, Sociology (my college major), and business/success gurus that the people you surround yourself have a profound subconscious (and conscious) affect on your mind which impacts your life. Having somebody of Jaret's caliber in your circle of influence is invaluable, and I can say that simply knowing him and remembering that I personally know somebody doing such major things with his life at such an early age has given me a greater sense of urgency in accomplishing my own goals and helped me raise my own standards.
Left up to our own devices, we tend to fall into bad habits, laziness, and atrophy. We could all use not only guidance but ass-kicking accountability. Similarly, I viewed the Invincible Mind Masterclass as a type of energy investment. When you spend lots of money on something or as Jaret says, "Put some skin in the game," the act carries a lot of emotional weight.
Many successful talk about the power of focus and commitment. When you put yourself in a win or die context, it helps bring out your fight-or-flight instincts and helps to provide you more tension, motivation, and energy to accomplish your goals. With no escape route, the sense of urgency helps increase productivity and focus in a way that comfort can lull us into a false sense of security and complacency that ends up suffocating our dreams in the long-term.