Tiffany Young has a plethora of Facebook friends, many of whom admire and look up to her.
So when word spread Monday morning that Young, a rising, Bentonville, Arkansas-based business owner, had generated the attention of the media with regards to her affiliation with Total Life Changes and their assortment of dietary products, it seemed that her social media page was about to go viral.
“I love helping people and watching them succeed,” Young told News Reporter Andre Johnson.
To her credit, the 35-year-old native of Newport, Arkansas has routinely gone to great lengths within the past year to aid others in being successful, particularly as it pertains to harboring and savoring a healthy lifestyle.
“(I aspire) to help and redirect people to a healthier life,” said Young, when asked what is her mission for associating with Total Life Changes.
In essence, she has a very good reason for helping motivate other to acquire — and retain — favorable health, although her primary objective was triggered in large part because of sadness.
Approximately two years ago, Young’s husband died as a result of a variety of health issues, most notably obesity.
According to a February 12 report on www.thefiscaltimes.com, a new Gallup survey published recently revealed that the obesity rate among adults surged in 2015 soared to a new high of 28 percent, or a 2.5 percentage point increase since 2008.
That means the ranks of dangerously overweight Americans increased by 6.1 million adults over that seven-year period, the reported indicated.
“After losing (my husband), I decided to not only change myself and improve my health, but also help those that are open to change and want to improve their health and finances.”
So far, she appears to have found her niche in this ever-so-evolving Total Life Changes industry, considering her becoming an independent distributor for TLC has allowed her to travel abroad.
Young said that her affiliation with TLC has given way to her having toured such establishments Jamaica, Mexico, the Dominican Republic, France, and Germany, among other places.
Generally, Total Life Changes maintains an active vision of selecting and providing superior products that have a lasting effect on consumer’s health while providing these same customers with an opportunity to change their socioeconomic status through a rewarding binary compensation plan, according to a spokesperson for the company.
In addition, tens of thousands of people have already benefited from our signature line of Iaso™ Weight-loss and Skin Care products and are well on their way to sustaining a permanent secondary income. Moreover, TLC will continue to deliver quality products matched with a resilient support team to help you every step of the way.
Which, as result, are amongst the reasons Young — who’s also the CEO of Lavished Looks — has become a Mid-South-area fixture for TLC.
Need more proof?
Take a look at all the traffic on her Facebook page.
There, you will become thoroughly enlightened.
“My goal is to help 1000 families earn at least $1,000 dollars or more weekly,” said Young, adding that she’s currently partaking in a Global Connection Tour. “In order for me to do so, I have to make contact with anyone who’s open to change and willing to do the work. Total Life Changes is more than just a marketing company. TLC is a company that is looking to transform bodies and bank accounts.”
For more information about Total Life Changes independent distributor Tiffany Young, call 870-217-9724. Also follow her on Facebook under Tiffany Young.
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