Cut back by 25% in ONE week!

You can take control of your drinking, without having to quit. I'll teach you exactly how be successful with moderation - no need for massive willpower, embarrassing meetings, or becoming a 'better person'.

You’ve got great discipline in other parts of your life. Now you want the same control over your drinking.

You've quit entirely for weeks at a time.

It felt great, and convinced you that weren’t an alcoholic. But within a few weeks of starting back up, you were back to drinking exactly how you did before the break.

You’ve tried things like counting drinks or journaling

But you just managed to turn that into an exercise in self abuse - scolding yourself into trying to drink less - and the result was that you actually drank more!

Maybe you even went to an AA meeting

But after the 3rd person telling a sad story about getting drunk at their son's softball game and waking up in the hospital, you realize that this isn’t a group that you can connect with to solve your type of issue.

Until now, there's just not been much sensible help out there for guys like you.

What if you stopped drinking those extra drinks - and started waking up refreshed after a night of quality sleep and actually enjoyed walking the dog?

Here’s the deal with having control over alcohol.

It’s got nothing to do with being a better person, having a relationship with a higher power, or needing more willpower.

It’s not because you have an allergy or defective gene, or too much stress.

It’s simply a matter of showing up to beer o’clock armed to the teeth with powerful arguments to shut down your inner drink pusher when he wants you to go overboard.

... and that's where Deliberate Drinking comes in.

It gives you the mindset you need at the moment when it matters.

The Deliberate Drinking method

Step 1:

Recognize the specific moment in time where moderation success or failure happens. I call it the Crux. 

Step 2:

Be ready to win the debate with your inner drink salesman.  (He’s not very creative, but he’s super slick.  I teach you how to prepare.)

Step 3:

Learn how to surf the urge so that it becomes an exercise in self-awareness instead of a miserable experience of deprivation.

When you start doing even a half-baked job with this daily protocol - you’ll finally start getting control over your drinking.

Deliberate Drinking

Here's what's included:

  • How-to and Mindset Training (video)  (value: $immense)
  • Daily Protocol Worksheet (value: $outrageous)
  • Quick Reference Guides for video content (value: $nearly infinite)
  • 4 Bonus Mindset Videos to help you master the protocol (value: $quite a lot) 

Your price today: $37

And here's what's covered:

  • The Crux - that precise moment of truth when you fail at drinking less
  • 5 strategies to beat the urge and win at The Crux point
  • The daily protocol which takes 5-10 minutes a day and creates success even when you do it imperfectly
  • How to use the protocol to get that 25% reduction in the first week

It gives you the tools and mindset changes you need to change your relationship with alcohol and get back control.

What if I get stuck?

Don't worry, I've got your back.  I've included 4 bonus video trainings to strengthen your ability to keep following through for yourself.

Raise your awareness

It’s so easy to fall into autopilot mode and keep repeating the same patterns.
I’ve included a bonus video that will teach you how to develop a different type of awareness that will keep you present in the moment

Emotions & Why They Matter

That feeling of the urge is really strong. I don’t know if I can manage it.
Another of the bonuses explains a new way to understand and manage emotions - and the urge is actually a type of emotional response - so that it’s not nearly so uncomfortable.

Anatomy of a Habit

I really don’t understand why I keep doing this to myself.
In addition to the daily protocol which helps you identify your inner drives to drink, I’ve added two bonuses to help you understand better why alcohol has such a strong pull on you.

I love Deliberate Drinking because I've found that drinking less is a lot more fun than drinking more.

And when I apply this method to the rest of my life by paying attention and making intentional choices instead of doing things out of habit, I get more of what I want.

Hey, I’m Greg.
I drank pretty much every day for 30 years. I was into the craft beer and homebrew scene and brewed over 1000 gallons of delicious IPA. I really liked beer!

And while I never suffered anything catastrophic from it, I finally got tired of spending every night numbed out in my mancave while settling for mediocrity in my construction business, my marriage, and my health and hobbies.

For a while I cut back using discipline and exercise. But alcohol was still pretty important to me, and in fact my new girlfriend (now my wife) worried about my drinking.

It wasn’t until I trained to become a life coach that I really transformed my relationship with alcohol. I identified what was going on in my brain when I thought I needed a drink, and used that insight to make better decisions and eventually reduce my desire for it. Now I have a completely take-it-or-leave it attitude towards drinking that makes it easy and natural to drink moderately.

I get to take all that time and energy that was spent on beer and recovering from beer, and apply it towards a great marriage, a strong and healthy body, and a line of work that I really enjoy.  And still enjoy a nice cocktail or two when I want.   

Frequently asked questions

Is moderation realistic for me?

This course is not intended for people who consider themselves ‘real alcoholics’, have physical addiction symptoms, or who are facing serious repercussions from their drinking.

But if you’re someone who just drinks a little too much, whether that's a few too many drinks each night, or the occasional failure of your off-switch, moderation is possible. The black-and-white thinking that tells you that your only choice is to quit entirely is based on 85 year-old pseudo-science and moralistic thinking. Modern neuroscience and psychology, and the experience of me and my clients, says otherwise.

I know a lot about this subject already, what’s new here?

Most of what you’ve heard focuses on changing your action of drinking, without giving you any tools to understand and modify the underlying mindset - your thoughts and feelings - that drive the action. And those approaches expect that all of a sudden you can turn into someone who creates new habits overnight.
This approach gets you under the hood of your brain, and it expects you to be a regular human who doesn’t do things perfectly the first time.

Can I use this process to quit?

Absolutely. The end goal of the process is for you to have a take-it-or-leave-it attitude about drinking that makes it easy to quit. Several of my clients have started with a goal of moderation, and then decided they didn’t really want it in their lives at all.
However, please realize that this approach is gradual and gentle, so if you’re in a hurry to make a radical change overnight, it may not be right for you.

Will this work for me?

If you’re willing to follow a process, make some mistakes on the way, and be a little nicer to yourself than you’ve been in the past, yep, you can make it work for you.

What if I have alcoholic genes?

There is no alcoholic gene. Of course we’re all unique products of our nature (genes) and nurture (upbringing, social conditions). If you look for evidence that you can’t change yourself, you'll certainly find it. If you look for evidence that you can change, you’ll find that too.

Are you subtly pushing abstinence?

No way. I don't have a hidden agenda.  My target client wants to moderate, and I still drink moderately.

Will it last - is it sustainable?

This approach doesn't depend on willpower, gritting your teeth, and feeling deprived.    I'm teaching you to increase and apply your awareness so that you make better decisions in the short term, and actually change your relationship to alcohol over the time so that it's not a big deal.

Still not sure? Don't worry.
If you’re not satisfied with the workshop within 7 days, I’ll give you your money back.