For me, being unemployable is a badge of honour that I wear with pride ~.
Turns out I’m not the only one.
Seems at last months Think Tank, the new #UNEMPLOYABLE hoodies for the men of The Fellowship caused quite a stir:
Now, truth is, I’m not too sure my mum would agree with my personal pride in being ‘unemployable.’
In fact, I’m pretty sure she’d pitch my attitude along the lines of:
“Too cocky for his own good, crap with authority, and not a fan of following rules.”
And in the cold hard light of day, she’s probably on the money for at least two outta the three.
Yet here’s the thing…
For self-made men like you and I, being unemployable means so much more than just a willingness to break the rules.
Because in my experience, unemployable men are:
… Men who took the leap of faith to ‘go it alone’ even when everyone around them told them it wasn’t going to work.
… Men who took control of their own destiny without relying on others.
… Men who have had the guts and determination to succeed standing on their own two feet.
… Men who are not shackled by the drudge of the daily grind.
… And men who fight the temptation to do nothing, and just get shit done.
It’s why every single day I’m proud to stand shoulder to shoulder with the unemployable band of brothers inside of this tribe.
Men who are providers, protectors, risk-takers and freedom seekers.
So today the message is clear:
Unemployable IS a badge of honour that you my friend , should wear with pride.
Make More. Provide More. Be More.
P.S. For those that keep asking – YES, The Fellowship is still full.
However, it looks like one seat will open in Jan 2022.
So if you want to be considered, now would be the smart time to go and join the waitlist.
Truth it’s it’s the only way to get first refusal over everyone else.