A Grassroots Business

Carol Holtz


each one of her three part-time jobs so that now she is only doing doTERRA full time.

She says, “For the first time in my life as a single woman, I’m living comfortably. I’m not constantly worried about where my money is going to come from. At the same time, I’m watching those that I love and care about experience the same thing.”

She’s grateful not just for what this has done for her, but what it’s done for her loved ones as well. “I love that I never have to go back and work for someone else, and I’m able to watch as families are changed because of the use of our oils.”



“Run toward those who are running toward you. Invest your time in those who are willing to invest time talking with and being with you. When I first enroll someone, I make it known ahead of time that I will give them as much time, effort, and energy as they give me.”


“I tell new people that if they tell me they want to build the business, to me that means you are consistently ordering 100 PV on LRP, you are consistently scheduling and giving classes and one-on-ones, and you are at every training and class that you can possibly be at.”


“I have encouraged my team to have a family leg, a church leg, a soccer team leg, etc. Try to group people together as much as possible so they’re not vying for the attention of the other people they know together. I’ve seen that work really well.”

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

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