dōTERRA is of Latin origin and means
"Gift of the Earth."
Sabine Buchner & Mario Jölly
When the essential oils Sabine Buchner already had were not helping her dog, she searched online for answers and found out about doTERRA. She thought she would give it a try and bought a kit. At the time, she and Mario Jölly had only been together for two months. Sabine was very impressed with how well the doTERRA essential oils worked, but Mario was skeptical. Mario had worked a direct sales business before, and had lost everything because of it—his house, his cars, his money, and his wife. He never wanted to do another business like that again. Sabine saw a lot of potential in the business aspect of doTERRA, but she didn’t know what to do and thought it would be too difficult to be successful.
Don’t pressure people, just care for them. Ask questions, listen, and respond. Be really interested in people and find out how you can support them best.
Build trust with people. You can sell someone aggressively very fast, but that person will not stay long. If you let them try the products on their own, give them time, and follow up— they might stay forever.
Contact your team on a regular basis and support them with mentoring, classes, and training. Find out their why and their dreams and help them reach their goals.
Talk with your team about their successes, failures, and challenges of the past, and their plans, challenges, and goals for the future.
Always help your leaders find the positive in any experience. Clarify their goals and the steps to get there.