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Published:June 22nd, 2008 22:12 EST
John Basedow Helps Judyth Piazza, Birthing the Elephant

John Basedow Helps Judyth Piazza, Birthing the Elephant

By Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)

John Basedow, Fitness Celebrity and Karin Abarbanel, Author visit celebrity talk show host, Judyth Piazza on the American Perspective, WTTB 1490 News Talk.

John Basedow

John Basedow has achieved international recognition and created a media empire with Fitness Made Simple, which includes DVDs, CDs, supplements, and infomercials all aimed at raising awareness about the importance of making fitness a part of your life. From starting out in his parent`s basement to being seen on television sets across the country and deemed a pop culture icon, ? John`s journey is a true rags to riches story. He`s been featured on numerous TV and radio shows as well as in print media including the Los Angeles Times, the National Examiner, and the New York Times.

John has appeared as a model in or has written articles for just about every major exercise magazine. He`s a regular guest on radio programs across the United States and is the star of a reality series, John Basedow TV, ? which is based on his life.

Judyth Piazza

John helps out various charities including The American Heart Association and St. Jude Children`s Research Hospital and motivates others to follow their dreams with his popular Power to Change Your Body & Life Seminars nationwide.

Karin Abarbanel

Customized for the female entrepreneur`s unique psychological experience of launching a business, BIRTHING THE ELEPHANT goes beyond logistics to prepare women for the emotional challenges they will face, with expert advice on reshaping one`s business identity, giving up the paycheck mentality, anticipating problems, and avoiding costly mistakes. This supportive handbook gives the small-business owner the staying power to survive and succeed in the business of her dreams.

"My bed-and-breakfast business started out small and just keeps growing--thanks in part to startup advice from Karin and Bruce. Everyone needs a success coach to cheer them on and whisper encouraging advice in their ear when the going gets tough! They`ve helped me realize my dream."
--Becky Rohrer, owner of College Inn in Westerville, Ohio