Who Said You Can’t Do It All

Tammy & Dave Miller


“This isn’t a six-month business. You wouldn’t choose to close your restaurant after six months. This is a long-term process.”
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That decision was not easy. Dave had a fulltime job that he needed to maintain, and Tammy was a fulltime mother of four. They had a lifestyle to which they had grown accustomed and a couple thousand dollars a month wasn’t going to do anything for them. Neither Dave, nor Tammy could give up their current role, but they could do something each day to build their doTERRA business. Tammy said, “I share doTERRA if it comes up naturally in conversation. I’m not aggressive, but I am consistent.”

The Millers understand that this business takes time, especially when you choose not to give up on current pursuits. Dave said, “Really, three or four years is not that long. I have to laugh when after six months people want to give up because they aren’t where they want to be financially. This isn’t a six-month business. You wouldn’t choose to close your restaurant after six months. This is a long-term process.” For the Millers, this is about helping people and obtaining the lifestyle that comes with owning a successful business. They are familiar with the company and the people it attracts, and that is something they want to be a part of.

Business Tip

“You must have a vision, something that you can look forward to, something that will prevent you from getting bogged down in the day-to-day. Set benchmarks that will help you get there."

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

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