Former US Navy Pirate Hunter Justin Myers Announces New Speaking Program
Retired Sailor Draws on Life Experiences Hunting Somalian Pirates and Creating Nationwide Sign Business to Inspire Others to "Seek Excellence"
By: Shift Magazine
Justin started off as an exceptional student in the Taekwondo Junior Olympics and then the Dixie Youth World Series. As he grew older, he realized his calling to serve his country and joined the US Navy as a Gunner's Mate. In 2010, he made Navy history by directly capturing Somalian pirates leading to their conviction. His efforts while serving in a dangerous and constantly shifting environment were recognized by the Navy with numerous commendations. After military service, Justin started a sign company that quickly grew to nationwide fame. He branched out, going state to state and became a sought after keynote speaker.
"In life, you must always set out to master your craft. It's not enough to show up, you need to be a dynamic leader in all aspects." – Justin Myers, US Navy Gunner's Mate (ret.)
According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, veterans are 45% more likely to start their own business, and one out of 10 small businesses in the U.S. are veteran-owned, accounting for about 2.4 million businesses (military.com website, 2021).
Justin has been a featured speaker at the noted Gritcon event, 8% Wealth Nation Conference with Grant Cardone, Rustic Tap at SXSW, Steve Sims' Speakeasy and numerous military events.
Justin's military decorations include the Navy and USMC Achievement Medal (twice awarded), Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Sea Service Deployment (twice awarded) and Expert Pistol and Rifle amongst others.
To book Justin for your event, contact him at https://thepiratehunter.com/