Back in the year 2000, Garrett J White was a PE teacher and defensive coordinator for the high school football team. At this point in time, he was divorced. Estranged from his son.
He’s on the sidelines, preparing for the big homecoming game and a question pops into his head: Is this all you were born to do?
Fast forward. Garrett levels up a bit. Gets into mortgage and banking. Tears sh*t up. It’s 2007. He’s speaking on stages next to Tony Robbins at mortgage seminars. Making good money. Life is good, right? Nope.
Business is overwhelming. Garrett’s stressed the f*ck out. He gets fined by the state of Nevada. Soon, he’s broke again. Garrett, now remarried, ends up cheating on his wife. Disgusted by his own behavior, he’d drink just to get through the day.
“I was a big p*ssy. I was scared to death. I didn’t know how to talk about the truth. I didn’t know what the truth was. I was so confused,” he recalled.
“So in the bottom of this dark, dark place—no money, no hope, no future, a woman who will not even talk to me or touch me, and I deserved it. I couldn’t even look at my kids.”
That’s when Garrett hit rock bottom. He’s sloppy drunk. Bottle of tequila in hand. Curled up in the fetal position in his basement, which he could no longer afford the rent on. And that’s when that same voice—that he had heard as a football coach many years prior—came back. It said: Have you had enough? Indeed, he had.
So what’d he do? He slowed down. Shedded every label that was attached to him. Began meditating. Focused on the basics. Set micro goals. Swallowed his pride and went and got a job doing sales calls for Kris Krohn. Developed real skills. Repaired his relationships. Got back in shape.
Once Garrett had rebuilt himself into a well-rounded man he was actually proud of, he noticed there were no programs out there that addressed each of these personal development pieces he had been working on for the last few years.
Sure, you could buy a course on making money. Or pay a personal trainer to get in shape. Or hire a relationship coach. Or attend a “zen retreat.” But where was the all-in-one solution? It didn’t exist.
Enter Garrett J White. Through his courses, programs, live events, software, and apps, he’s simplified and gamified success—for married men, with kids, in their 40s and 50s, who run their own business, and want it all.
Perhaps the most critical overarching theme of Garrett’s teachings is that, if you’re not getting sh*t done each day, you don’t have a productivity problem; you have a power problem.
That’s where Garrett’s Core 4 system comes in. It’s an easy-to-follow action plan and point system that’ll weaponize every area of your life. Then there’s Warrior Week, a boot camp to revive your primal nature. You can even get custom coaching from Garrett for $25,000 per year. And that’s just a small sampling of his offers.
All told, Garrett’s printing money these days. We estimate his net worth is around $13 million, and rising steadily.