If you ended up on this question, you probably already noticed there’s no ‘buy’ link anywhere on the site.
You may have also noticed that I often repeat that everything you need to fix your eyes yourself, is entirely freely available in the blog (and the e-mail series). That’s no ploy. Yes, everything is all in the blog, see the how-to guides and reader stories, our Facebook group is also full of reader and student stories (well worth joining there as well, also free of course).
But anyway. You want to buy BackTo20/20?
Currently there is no guaranteed way to do so. The reason for all this hiding of BackTo20/20 from the general and casual reader public is that I’m still providing personal support, unlimited for all students there, via the support forum. Since I try to limit my daily time to around three hours for endmyopia, I only have limited time to do personal support.
And that’s why, no publicly available sales of BackTo20/20 (for now).
There are 10 invites that go out every month, to those who are most likely to benefit from the program. How do I know who should get them? That’s based on how you use this site, what you read, how closely you’re paying attention. Most likely if 1) you spent enough time researching here and 2) I have invites, you probably will get one.
I’m not very interested in heavily commercializing this resource for now. BackTo20/20 gives me a way to refine a structured approach, it’s also the basis of our current study for natural myopia control (the largest ever conducted), collecting participant data all along the way.
(The other, shorter answer is that you can subscribe to the e-mail course, do it in its entirety, you’ll get an invite at the end of it, if any are available – at that point you’ll already know if the DIY, free way is enough for you, or if you want a structured, Jake-supported approach instead)