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Let's Coach with Mark & Carolyn

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Let's Coach with Mark and Carolyn, 6/18/14 Noon EST

Wellness 101 – Helping people make healthier decisions!

A.J. Ali, "The Wellness Motivator!" is an award-winning writer, producer, actor, host, voice over artist, emcee and creative visionary.  Join us as he promotes a wellness lifestyle including fitness, nutrition, and emotional/mental/spiritual health.

He is the Founder and Executive Producer of EclipseVSC since 1999.  EclipseVSC is currently developing the TV program "Wellness 101" with a vision of helping to change the focus of healthcare in America from sickness to wellness (www.wellness101tv.com).

A.J. has more than 30 years experience in sports and entertainment as an athlete, artist and social entrepreneur. He has founded and owned two pro soccer teams and has spearheaded hundreds of sponsorship and branding projects. A.J. created and co-starred in the TV show "Good Fellas of Baltimore" on Fox in 2011. The show raised more than $250,000 for charities in Baltimore and inspired fans to join the cast in helping people in need. He has written, produced or appeared in countless campaigns and programs. As an on-air talent and voice over artist, his warm, enthusiastic love of people makes him believable and inspirational. As a wellness speaker and emcee, he inspires holistic health and social responsibility. An accomplished writer with a conversational style, his work is transformative. His 2007 song "Through the Darkness, Into the Light," compilation music CD "Survivor Celebration" and Survivor Celebration campaign helping cancer survivors won the coveted Hollywood Fame Awards National Community Service Award.  His "True Champion's 30-Day Challenge" book is transforming lives nationwide (www.TrueChampions30DayChallenge.com).

If it ain't broke . . . make it better!