Tanisha Shares Her Story
“Prevagen is quite amazing.”
Tanisha is a self-employed woman living in the Jersey Shore community of Toms River, building a career in a novel and growing frontier of the modern economy.
“I am an influencer,” she explains, “which means I review products and services before they are available for purchase and I promote them on social media.”
Tanisha works under contract with clients who may be producing a variety of products and services but are all pursuing the increasingly popular strategy of using the social media platforms available on the worldwide web to reach their target markets.
“I like being self-employed,” she adds. “I can also do graphic design. My mom used to sketch things to make clothing and stuff growing up, and I always had her talent so I could draw or paint. I'm very artistic. I'm covered in tattoos.”
She continues, “I am an athletic person and I work out every day, my health being very important to me. For me staying sharp and being healthy is very important.”
Tanisha embarked on her life as an influencer a few years ago when she realized her life working in a local pharmacy was not good for her health or her happiness. “I was working as a pharmacy technician,” she says. “You're constantly running back and forth. And it's nonstop.”
With that stressful life now behind her, Tanisha is flourishing as an independent, self-employed participant in the modern marketplace. “ I've always been a go-getter. I'm doing this with a positive outlook and it's working really well,” she reports.
She has also discovered that her new career as a self-employed influencer has its own set of challenges, especially keeping track of things. About a year ago, she decided to give Prevagen a try and before long she began to see results.
“Prevagen is quite amazing,” as Tanisha shares her story. “I have so many things on my mind at all times.”
As she wraps up her story about her life as an influencer, Tanisha shares an interesting insight into her whole life, which has included injuries from being hit by a car and long periods of therapy to recover from anxiety caused by that painful event in her life. But she digs deeper than dealing with the pain of broken bones to provide more insight into why she’s open to talking about the importance of good health.
“I like sharing my story,” she concludes. “I want to help others, like donating things to the police station for kids. I didn't have anything growing up because I grew up without much and my mom would get bags from the police to make Christmas presents for us because she couldn't afford it. I always feel bad for the families that are struggling. Now I want to help people because I know there's always a shortage sometimes and I want to help wherever I can.”
That’s a point of view that probably can’t be captured in a tattoo.