Entrepreneur encourages others to embrace change

By: Toni Vanschoyck
Toni Vanschoyck
Toni Vanschoyck
CHARLESTON, S.C. - Aug. 14, 2019 - PRLog -- South Carolina businesswoman Toni Vanschoyck exited the corporate restaurant business because it left her feeling confined, alone and missing her family. In a recent video posted on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RlLDhH4xo1Y, she suggested she turned to entrepreneurship to free herself and her children.

"When I look back at my childhood, I definitely had challenges … I felt controlled," she says in the video. "I let it define who I was for a very long time. I knew that I did not want my children to be raised in that type of environment … I wanted them to have choices, I wanted them to be heard."

Part of letting the children be heard, she suggests, is leaving room for them to speak, even if their parents are busy pursuing their careers. This is why she encourages members of her team and attendees to bring their families to events with her company, Monat Global.

Making the changes necessary to regain life control may be difficult, she acknowledges in the video — it took her 10 years to build a Monat business that eventually yielded first a $1 million income, then outcomes exceeding $4 million and $5 million.

But she said people who don't quit can succeed; people never know what they can do unless they try it.

"I feel this opportunity with Monat can help bring so many different things to the table for people," she said. "I was raised to go to college and get a good job. That is not nor was ever reality. That was society. All of your major movers and shakers never conformed, and neither did I."

A self-proclaimed "personal accountability professional," Toni Vanschoyck was raised in Detroit and lives in Charleston, South Carolina, with her children and husband, Jay Treloar.

Vanschoyck joined Monat Global in 2014 as its first market partner when it was a startup network marketing organization. She was the first in the organization to hit the million-dollar club and has since gone on to join the $4 million and $5 million clubs. Today, she and Treloar cultivate multiple revenue streams, which have amassed them a seven-figure income.

Along with the couple's combined motivational speaking engagements, they earned a spot on Network Marketing Pro's Million Dollar Hall of Fame list in December 2018 and started a nonprofit organization, Low Country Love, to help people who have experienced tragedy, focusing mainly on domestic violence and trafficking in Charleston.

Vanschoyck published her book, "Effing Simple," which offers practical business advice that anyone could follow, in March.

For more information on Vanschoyck, visit https://www.tonivans.com. Find her on Instagram and Twitter @thetonivans and on Facebook under Toni Vanschoyck.

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