About Justin Garner

I have been self employed since 2003 but have been an entrepreneur since I was a young boy. My first real business was a Martial Arts School. It was very successful but not without it’s ups and downs. I opened it at 23 years old and was super successful right out of the gate breaking organization records and doing some incredible things. After an attempt at expanding into multiple locations, I learned several very valuable lessons and have applied them to all aspects of my life. I then went on to become a business coach for hundreds of Martial Arts Business Owners across the nation as well as manage the web design, digital marketing and advertising for multiple companies and brands. In 2014, my first son was born and changed my life. Since then, I made the decision to form Garner Group to create a company around my gifts of teaching, coaching and marketing. I wanted to help impact as many business owners as possible by affecting change in either their mindset or skill-set. I am overwhelmingly blessed to able to share my gifts and talent with multiple industries such as: Martial Arts Schools, Gymnastics Academies, Dance Schools, Medical Supply Manufacturers, Various Online eCommerce Stores and more.

Does Your Online Reputation Really Matter?

I’m sure if you have been in business for any length of time that you have run across an unhappy customer and despite your best efforts still left you a bad review on Google, Yelp, Facebook or one of the many review sites out there. Let me tell you what one of my clients did […]

By |2018-04-23T18:03:07+00:00April 11th, 2018|News|0 Comments

This is How You Generate 300% More Sales With 20% Less Cost

We shall call this case study….”Track and Field.”

James was a very smart business owner who carefully watched every dollar he spent. He cared for his employees but some people said he cared more about how little he had to give up to hire them. He enjoyed being called a penny pincher or frugal and would […]

By |2018-04-04T01:47:03+00:00April 3rd, 2018|Sales/Marketing|0 Comments