In case you don’t know her, allow Latonya Johnson to introduce herself.
Armed with a wealth of beauty, Johnson is a 41-year-old native of Magnolia, Mississippi.
A current resident of Memphis, Johnson holds an undergraduate degree in Accounting from William Carey College in Hattiesburg, Mississippi and works regularly as a financial analyst/accounting professional.
A woman who possesses an array of gifts and talents in this ever-so-competitive industry, Johnson’s reputation is such that she has proven to be committed to educational excellence.
How else to explain why years ago, she thought it necessary to pursue — and ultimately earn — her Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from Belhaven College?
To her credit, her favorable track resume by way of higher education and in the professional realm have greatly afforded her to put her business-savvy mechanics on display, a trend that figures to take her to immense heights in the foreseeable future.
In a nutshell, because of the immediate impact she’s had in her brief tenure as a director for Total Life Changes, it’s safe to assume that as Johnson goes, in all likelihood, so goes those with whom she has established close ties.
“The most rewarding part about being an independent business owner with TLC is helping others live healthier lives and earning extra income,” Johnson told News Reporter Andre Johnson.
Generally, Total Life Changes is widely known as a health and wellness company that provides all things natural products for weight loss, nutritional needs, and skin care needs, among other entities.
By and large, a number of TLC’s products have numerous health benefits, most notably one designed to help to lower blood pressure, cholesterol, and sugar levels.
Moreover, several of TLC’s products reportedly are also known to fight against HIV cells, cancer cells, and ADHD, a spokesperson for the longstanding global company said. In addition, while TLC does not make medical claims, there is a plethora of testimonials about the products, a spokesperson added.
For Johnson, an Amite County High School in Liberty, Mississippi, amongst the key factors in enjoying immediate success with TLC is that she has been afforded the golden opportunity of building rapports with people who routinely go above and beyond to excel, thus ensure that others follow suit.
“My sponsor, (executive director) Ponya Dodson, inspired me to become a distributor of the products,” Johnson explained. “I was skeptical in the beginning. After trying the Iaso Tea for myself, I was convinced and wanted others to be able to experience the health benefits also.”
The rest, as they say, is history.
So efficient and resilient has Johnson been since joining TLC in November 2015, that like Dodson and other key distributors, she’s starting to acquire the essential media exposures needed to excel.
And, most importantly, to continue to have the entrepreneurial impact for which she is widely known.
Talk about a thorough introduction.
“Living a healthy lifestyle is very important to me,” Johnson said. “There is a history of heart disease, high blood pressure, and diabetes in my family. I have been dealing with health issues and I refuse to be on medications for the rest of my life.
“Our bodies are our temples and we must take care of them,” Johnson continued, adding that her products are good people of all ages. “I am a product of the product. I currently use Iaso Tea, Nutraburst, and emu oil on a daily basis. My goal is to educate as many people as possible about eating better, exercising, and using all natural products to live better lives.”
As for the ways of increasing her stock and durability with TLC, Johnson said, “My goal is to help people live healthier and wealthier lives. I am overjoyed when I hear testimonies from my customers about the products.”
Not to mention the immediate impact she’s had in such a brief as a fixture with this rewarding company.
For more information about TLC Director Latonya Johnson, call 901-654-7922, or log on to www.totallifechanges.com/ljohnson12. (Her IBO Number is 6426711).
Also, follow her on Facebook under: Latonya Johnson, and on Twitter under: @accountinglady1.
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