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About john c ashworth
aka johnny renaissance 🙂
There’s a reason they call him, “johnny renaissance.”
John C Ashworth is a modern day renaissance man & bohemian athlete who has amassed a wide variety of skills and expertise in many different subjects including, fitness, sales, marketing, video production, copy writing, exercise physiology, clinical exercise physiology, fishing, parenting, buying cars without getting ripped off, blogging and content marketing and creation that will help you drive sales.
The really good news is that John is a teacher at heart and has committed to sharing as much of his expertise as he possibly can in his spare time right here on the ash flash. You are encouraged to look around because inside this beautiful work of passion and love there lie insights and strategies that have the real and true potential to accelerate both your business and personal growth.
John is in constant pursuit of personal growth and how to combine modern technology with effective communication in ways that make us all more effective at what we do. John can help you tell your story more effectively, and as a result, be more effective with your small business marketing and sales efforts. And of course, John can help you get and stay fit for life. John started his career as a fitness professional and clinical exercise physiologist working with a wide variety of clients, including those with heart disease, diabetes, cancer and other physical challenges that required a constant and courageous blend of art and expertise in designing health and fitness programs that were personal and based in the science of health and fitness that John is so passionate about.
Most recently, when it comes to your health and fitness program, and to keep himself busy during the pandemic of 2020/21, John has created and built a beautiful home gym and a new pursuit rooted in his passions for health and fitness and personal training. He is a true expert with it comes fitness, and believes strongly that your success is rooted in your ability to get and stay fit for life so that you have the energy, vitality and strength you need to live long and die short and be incredibly effective at what you do.
No doubt, John’s professional background is extremely unique. At the heart of his work is a passionate and forward-thinking salesman, marketing maniac, writer and copywriter, video personality and fitness professional, who loves the opportunity for new challenges that call on these diverse talents.
If you are local here in Madison, WI, you might recognize and remember John from his regular “Fitness Friday” television appearances with Leigh Mills on NBC 15. That segment ran for ten years from 2006-2016. You can find a few of those Fitness Friday archives by clicking here.
Following twenty plus years helping thousands of people reach their health and fitness goals, John decided to pursue his passion for sales and marketing, technology, video production, and copywriting and constant communication.
John has strategically put these talents to work for him and his customers and colleagues as an account executive for Frazer Consultants, where they specialize in helping funeral directors and funeral homes leverage modern technology in ways that help them serve their local families and communities in important, meaningful, and profitable ways.
John posts regularly to his blog here on the ash flash, on the topics of personal growth, fitness, sales, marketing, and copywriting, with the goal of inspiring you to be and accomplish MORE inside both your business and your personal life.
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“It is my sincere hope that in connecting with me, reading my blog, and working with me as your account executive at Frazer Consultants, that you will grow stronger, fitter, and more powerful as a human being, and then take these improvements into your own mission, work and local spheres of influence so that we can all realize the benefits of Kaizen or constant improvement.”–john c ashworth