The Moonshot That Changed My Life

4 years and 9 months ago, I undertook a moonshot to cure a disease that doctors call “incurable.” It’s called Achalasia. Although there is no cure for Achalasia and no doctor in the world was even working on one, I gave myself 5 years to make it happen.

To hold myself accountable, Bill Carmody and I wrote about this “moonshot” in Inc.

Sounds ridiculous. However, the ignorance of an entrepreneur is a beautiful thing.

I have written extensively about my journey, but I have not updated it in over a year — and boy, have there been some big changes… life-changing to be exact.

My great friend James Altucher invited me on his show to exclusively share the latest about my journey, what just happened that changed everything for me, and the hope I now have for the millions of people living with Achalasia.

Check out our two-part interview HERE: https://apple.co/3IeG86D

Phillip

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Founder/CEO: Win Big Media | Founder: Go Big Media | Repped by Vayner Speakers & Keppler Speakers | Author: “Fire Them Now: The 7 Lies Digital Marketers Sell…”

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Phillip Stutts

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Founder/CEO: Win Big Media | Founder: Go Big Media | Repped by Vayner Speakers & Keppler Speakers | Author: “Fire Them Now: The 7 Lies Digital Marketers Sell…”

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