Phillip Stutts is fighting a rare, incurable disease. Diagnosed in 2012 with the esophageal disease, Achalasia, he spent five years ignoring it. Frankly, he put his head in the sand, taking medications that did more harm than good, and waiting for the inevitable. Then he woke up and said no more. His mission today is to find a cure and pursue a life of constant growth and giving. And he’s making progress.
Phillip is also the best-selling author of "Fire Them Now: The 7 Lies Digital Marketers Sell…," and one of the masterminds behind the curtain of political marketing. With more than 20 years of political and marketing experience, Stutts has worked with multiple Fortune 200 companies, has over two decades of experience working on campaigns with billions of dollars in political ad spend, and contributed to 1,273 election victories, including…
I love Phillip’s vibe!
Phillip’s story intrigued me. I’m fascinated by it still.
I like where Phillip’s mind is at!
Phillip Stutts will challenge your thinking, realign your sense of what marketing’s rule needs to be, and
stun you more than a little with his projection that disruption and rapid innovation will cause.
The Michael Jordan of Political Marketing…
Phillip Stutts was diagnosed with achalasia, and it would have been very easy for him to throw up his hands and give up. After all, there’s NO cure. But that’s not what Phillip did. Instead, he resolved to not only defeat his condition, but to find a cure.
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