From the Heart

Jessica Press

“I like to say, ‘This business can work if you are willing to work.’ I am a big-picture thinker, and I love to dream big, both for myself and others.”

Prior to joining doTERRA, Jessica was a physical education teacher for 13 years, and she still feels that she holds a teaching position. She explains, “I am still teaching about how to help people live optimally and thrive. Now I also get to teach people how to change their financial futures into a world of freedom!” Whether it’s through the products or the business opportunity, Jessica loves helping others by sharing doTERRA.
Jessica and her husband, David, also own a health home care business that is dedicated to helping others. David’s support as Jessica has built her doTERRA business has been invaluable; he has taken over their other business to allow Jessica to pursue this opportunity, and she looks forward to when he will join her. She also feels blessed to have the support of an amazing upline—her friend, Kacie—and a fantastic downline and crossline. She says, “I have become such great friends with my team. This business brings people together in a way I have never experienced with ‘work’ before. I look forward to growing my friend circle as I grow my doTERRA business.”
And that isn’t all. Jessica says, “The people I have met, the friendships I have made, and the partners I have are just the start. My health has never been better, and I am more hopeful, more generous, and more successful than I have been in the past. The future looks so bright, and I am just getting started.” With this positive outlook, Jessica is eager to continue growing with doTERRA.

Being Smart & Sincere

Offer Genuine Follow-Up

“The fortune is in the follow-up! It is one of the most important aspects of doing business of any kind. Following up does not always have to be about business; sometimes it’s good to just chat with people, get to know them, and love them.”

Choose Leaders Carefully

“Don’t be in a hurry to place leaders. These positions are so critical to your business. Rushing to get someone in a position will cost you time and energy in the long run. Be picky about whom you want to invest your time, energy, and resources in.”

Be an Exemplary Leader

“My job as a leader is to find the gifts of my team, show them those gifts, and teach them to use those gifts in their own business. I motivate them by being successful myself. I show them that I am consistently in action, and that even through difficult periods, I never stopped.”

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

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