Service Times Ten

Vernon & Jenny Crawford


After serving on a couple church and humanitarian missions, Jenny has seen that service is what makes her the happiest in the world. “It brings out the best in me,” she says. She always wanted to work for a nonprofit that worked to serve the world, but it wasn’t possible to make enough money doing so. Now, she says, “Working for doTERRA is like working for a nonprofit times 10. It’s about serving others in every way possible, and I get paid three times as much as I did as an HR manager. How can it get any better than that? It actually does, because doTERRA doesn’t stop finding ways to better the world.”


Stop trying to find them.

“Melyna Harrison said she always hears people say they can’t find the right people to be leaders on their team. She tells people, ‘Stop saying that, because I promise you that you weren’t the right person when you came onboard. Leaders are not found they are developed.’”

Look for key indicators.

“Key indicators of people that have the potential to be leaders are people who show up and are eager and enthusiastic. You’re guiding them through the process, but they’re following through. If people can keep their commitments, they can be developed into a leader.”

Let them take control.

“You develop leaders by empowering them and letting them take control of the vision and direction of their team and make it their own. Let them strategize and come up with ideas instead of it always being you. Engage them, talk to them, and hear what they have to say.”

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