Have you had the experience of committing to make a change, and then gone to the store to buy all the things you think you need in order to fulfill that commitment? You decide to start exercising, so you go out and buy new shoes, clothes, equipment?
And how often have you followed through on the action to make change after buying all the stuff?
You can’t buy change. You can’t purchase action. You can sign up and pay for fitness classes, but that doesn’t get your butt into the class, doing the work.
The buying is a distraction from the doing. Once I’ve started on a course of action, I may find myself in a place where I need more resources to continue. At that point, I may choose to buy something that helps me attain my goal. But not as the first step. I have to take that first step myself, by choosing to actually do something that starts me toward my goal. And whipping out my wallet almost never gets me closer to where I want to be.