A HOLIDAY TO REMEMBER
Byron & Renee Twilley
Byron & Renee Twilley
While enjoying a vacation in Noosa, Australia, Byron and Renee Twilley came across two Wellness Advocates at a nearby market. These Wellness Advocates, Max and Cherie Tucker, took the time to share the oils and doTERRA with Byron and Renee, and even offered Renee some Peppermint to assist her digestive discomfort, which helped her significantly. They say, “We were blown away, not only by the quality of essential oils, but also by the business and opportunity to help others through sharing such a beautiful product.” From that point on, their holiday in the sun became a planning session for their future doTERRA business.
At the time, both Byron and Renee had secure jobs working in information technology for the local government and teaching primary school, but to them, their careers didn’t provide them with as much joy and satisfaction as doTERRA did. They say, “The doTERRA opportunity fell into our laps, and it pulled us toward a higher meaning and purpose in life.” Now, they have completely traded in their old careers to pursue a life where passion and service are at the core.
From the very beginning, Byron and Renee have worked side-by-side to make this dream come true. Their support for one another constantly fuels their business and centers them in their
“Live the product, live the wellness philosophy, and emanate what you believe in without letting anyone or anything waver your course toward success.”
KEEP IN MIND
“Wellness Advocates should approach the business with as much fun and enjoyment as possible.
Don’t put too much pressure on yourself to hit rank and reach goals. Goals are important, but make them realistic and achievable. It’s very hard to see how the business can be hugely rewarding in the beginning, but rather than focus on how much you’re earning, focus on how you can best serve others, enjoy the process, and make your business duplicable.”
“The key to successful follow-ups is to connect with people as people
Ask them questions, without being too intrusive, and find how you can best serve them. What are their interests? What are their needs? What are their health concerns? What are they interested in finding out more information about?”
“When structuring, focus on building by rank whilst gaining Power of 3 for yourself and teaching it to others.
Always create groups of people that will help, support, and grow together. Don’t patch holes to make rank when it isn’t the right fit for the person. This is a people business, and we need to make sure placements are made in the best interest of the people involved.”
“The other key element to a successful follow-up is to just do it.
Not doing it doesn’t help. Pick up the phone or communicate with the client through their preferred method—just do it. There is way more harm in not doing it rather than doing it poorly. All we do is learn and get better each time.”
Results not typical. Average earnings are less. See doTERRA Opportunity and Earnings Disclosure Summary.