BY Anna Meixlera

Though Garner had risen from poverty to international success and was rated among the top 20 highest earning CEOs under 40 by Fortune Magazine, he quit his corporate lifestyle cold turkey. Once known as a voracious businessman booking concerts worldwide, Garner now spends his days practicing yoga and meditation.. READ MORE »

BY Steve Hind

At 37 Jason Garner was the CEO of Global Music for Live Nation, working with artists like Coldplay, John Mayer, Beyonce and Jay Z to produce over 20,000 concerts a year. A year later, in 2009, Jason looked at his life and decided to walk away. His mother had just died of cancer. He had been divorced twice. He wasn’t looking after his body... READ MORE »

BY Cheryl Conner

Last year I interviewed Jason Garner, former CEO of Global Music for Live Nation about his book, And I Breathed, My Journey from a Life of Matter to a Life That Matters about the journey that led him from his executive desk to sitting cross-legged with spiritual gurus to find peace and fulfillment. In that conversation, Jason discussed his belief that compassion and open-heartedness are key components of business leadership... READ MORE »

BY Josh Koehn

The venner of charisma can eat some men alive. It made Jason Garner a millionaire but nearly swallowed him whole. He lived the life of a hustler; a trailer park kid who made it to the top, squeezing a dollar out of 15 cents. But he didn't need to push a pool cue or a ponzi scheme—just a product to sell to an underserved market. READ MORE »

BY Lisa Evans

Jason Garner, former CEO of Global Music for Live Nation, the world’s largest concert promoter, was at the pinnacle of his career, hanging out with rock stars and earning a sizeable paycheck when he suddenly found himself burnt out and unhappy with his life... READ MORE »