Trust the Process

Jared & Nicole Moultrie


Though she was able to achieve Diamond, she knows it would be selfish to stop growing now. “You never get sick of hearing about how the oils are helping people, or about your downline getting their first checks, or about your frontline builder moving into a new house. It’s fun to see people succeed and that’s what keeps us going.”

Just like being a mother, growing a doTERRA business has been both exhausting and amazing. She says, “It’s has been the best, hardest, and most rewarding thing. It’s a big ball of amazingness.” She has seen herself improve as she has grown her business, but she never imagined how that would expand to others. “When you elevate, you bring other people up with you. It infiltrates everything in your life. You create a different mindset for what’s possible.”

 “To be a Diamond, you have to be proactive all the time. You have to be engaged and lead by example.”


Commit. “Once we agreed to do this, we were 100 percent all the way in. It wasn’t, ‘We’ll see what happens.’ It was, ‘We’re going to do it. Let’s go for it.’ You just have to keep swimming.”

Be consistent. “When you’re pregnant you don’t have the same consistency as when you’re in Diamond Club. Whether you’re having six classes a week or just doing a phone call, keep doing something.”

Build momentum. “Use that momentum to keep going. If you get lost or feel stuck, you can always go back to inviting, teaching, enrolling, and duplicating. Keep building your safety net and it will keep growing.”

Trust the process. “You don’t have to know anything when you start—I didn’t. Do what other people have done to succeed and it will work. If you work hard and keep contacting people, you’re going to reap what you sow.”

Results not typical. Average earnings are less. See doTERRA 2014 Opportunity and Earnings Disclosure Summary on

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