About Johnny Wyatt – CEO

December, 2006, Johnny Wyatt was about to begin something new and exciting.

I had enjoyed a long successful career directing music in churches and community organization. I had always said, “I never want to retire.”  So, I wasn’t about to retire. I was about to refire!  I would no longer serve church members. I would serve business owners, leaders of service based businesses.

I have always been serious minded, spiritually minded as well. I felt called to what I was doing. I considered it a God given assignment. I was there to serve my congregation to the best of my ability. 

Johnny Wyatt
Johnny Wyatt

I feel just as called now to serve my marketplace. I feel blessed to have been given this late-in-life assignment. I sometimes feel this may be the most important assignment of my life.

Caleb, one of my favorite Old Testament characters declared at the age of 85, “Give me that mountain.” I identify with Caleb. He was an ordinary man. Getting up in years, but still passionate with fire in his belly. Just thinking, I may rename myself Johnny Caleb Wyatt. Whatever, I am determined to be the best version of Johnny Wyatt I can be. To carry out my late-in-life assignment with drive, passion and excellence, and to be super happy doing it.

I want to successfully climb my marketplace mountain … to build a world class, kingdom class digital marketing agency. I tell our team, “We love business. We love our business owners. We fight for them. We’re here to make them happy and get them exceptional measurable results. May the business leaders we serve and the businesses they lead succeed in amazing and wonderful ways. Everyday we will live and breathe those values.”

Perhaps you are a business owner who is supposed to add J3 to your team. We would love to fight your marketing fight with you.

We’d love to have a conversation with you to see if the service J3 provides 
fits the company you run.

Before The J3 Effect

Before The J3 Effect, I spent a lifetime leading worship arts departments in churches from Texas and Oklahoma, to New Mexico and finally in Arizona.

The last 17 years of that career, I led the Music and Arts department at the 7000 member Casas Church here in Tucson. It was my privilege to produce not only the worship service experience for thousands of attendees every weekend, but Easter and Christmas Pageants that became city-wide events. For two years I led the Pusch Ridge Community Chorus, performing with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra at Oro Valley’s Fourth of July Celebration.

At Casas I led a fabulous full time staff of music and arts directors. One member of our talented team held a PHD in conducting. There were two or three people with Masters degrees along with other highly talented, deeply experienced music and theatrical and technical professionals.

This amazing staff and I together recruited, trained and led a couple hundred of the most committed and talented volunteers. There were technology operatives, staging assistants, actors, solo artists, choir members, orchestral and band instrumentalists in Tucson who voluntarily gave countless hours making the productions we gave and the services we led come to life.

I served on the church’s executive staff overseeing a wide range of services and ministries and annual a budget of over seven million dollars.

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If you build on truths that never change, you are better prepared to negotiate the ravishing rate of change we business owners face with every new day.

Many business owners feel marketing wastes money. J3 sells only trackable services … No waste … Measurable ROI instead. Let’s talk about your business. Where you are, where you want to go. How J3 may be able to help.

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