A list of people who want to become a Doterra Consultant

I often get told by my downline that that they don’t know anyone who would be interested in becoming a Doterra distributor, so I wrote a list who may want to be

The list below is a memory jogger to help you think of people you know and people you may not know yet who may want to join Doterra now or in the future.

  1. Become a Doterra consultantWho is dissatisfied with his/her job?
  2. Who is unhappy with his/her income?
  3. Who has an outgoing personality?
  4. Who owns his/her own business?
  5. Who is money-oriented?
  6. Who needs extra money?
  7. Who enjoys being around high-energy people?
  8. Who are your friends?
  9. Who quit their job?
  10. Your brothers/sisters?
  11. Your parents?
  12. Your cousins?
  13. Your children? (If they are 18 years or over)
  14. Your aunts/uncles?
  15. Your spouse’s relatives?
  16. Who did you go to school with?
  17. Who do you work with?
  18. Who is retired?
  19. Who works part-time jobs?
  20. Who is looking for work?
  21. Who is laid off?
  22. Who bought a new home?
  23. Who answers the classified ads?
  24. Who runs personal ads?
  25. Who gave you a business card?
  26. Who works at night?
  27. Who delivers pizza to your home?
  28. Who do you like the most?
  29. Who drives nice cars?
  30. Who needs a new car?
  31. Who wants to go on vacation?
  32. Who works too hard?
  33. Who lives in your neighborhood?
  34. Who sells Avon or Mary Kay?
  35. Who is involved in Relationship Marketing?
  36. Who sells anything else from home?
  37. Who wants freedom?
  38. Who likes team sports?
  39. Who is a fund raiser?
  40. Who owns an advertising agency?
  41.  Who spends a lot of time on the computer?
  42. Who has family overseas?
  43. Who likes political campaigns?
  44. Who works on cars?
  45. Who are social networkers?
  46. Who is in the military?
  47. Who is your dentist?
  48. Who is your doctor?
  49. Who does your taxes?
  50. Who works at the bank?
  51. Who is on your holiday card list?
  52. Who is in retail sales?
  53. Becoming a Doterra distributorWho sells real estate?
  54. Who are your teachers?
  55. Who services your car?
  56. Who sells new cars?
  57. Who repairs your house?
  58. Who works for the government?
  59. Who is unemployed?
  60. Who is retired?
  61. Who do you know in college?
  62. Who reads self-help books?
  63. Who reads books on success?
  64. Who are your children’s friends’ parents?
  65. Who have you met while on vacation?
  66. Who waits on you at restaurants?
  67. Who cuts your hair?
  68. Who manages your apartment?
  69. Who has children in college?
  70. Who likes to dance?
  71. Who did you meet at a party?
  72. Who likes to buy things?
  73. Who have you met on a plane?
  74. Who does volunteer work?
  75. Who is your boss?
  76. Who delivers your mail?
  77. Who calls you at home?
  78. Who calls you at work?
  79. Who delivers your paper?
  80. Who handles your gardening?
  81. Who watches your children?
  82. Who attends your church?
  83. Who did you meet on the street?
  84. Who have you met through your friends?
  85. Who tailors your clothes?
  86. Who sells cosmetics?
  87. Who sells shoes?
  88. Who is your pharmacist?
  89. Join DoterraWho would like to be their own boss?
  90. Who bags your groceries?
  91. Who wants a promotion?
  92. Who uses a cell phone?
  93. Who is interested in innovative ideas?
  94. Who lives in an expensive home?
  95. Who is wealthy?
  96. Who has a lot of friends?
  97. Who have you met while exercising?
  98. Who will help you?
  99. Who belongs to the Chamber of Commerce?
  100. Who haven’t you listed yet?

So, what next? How do you ask someone to join Doterra?

So, you have met someone at your local church and you think they may be interested in making extra money, a good technique is to help the prospect to envisage the benefits of becoming a Doterra consultant and just talk about your new business like anyone would when starting a new part of their life. In addition, ask questions that open up the world of financial freedom and what the prospect gains in a future with Doterra essential oils and business opportunity.

For more information about prospecting questions – Click here

If you are not already a consultant but you would like to become a Doterra ConsultantClick here or PM me and I will get back to you asap….

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Come and get your free Doterra product guide 2017

One of the best tools for the budding Doterra consultant as well as customer is the Doterra essential oils guide, its not just a catalog its a guide to the oils itself

Doterra product guideOne of the first things you are going to need to buy Doterra essential oils is their fanatic Doterra oil guide so you can browse at all the new products and decide what you want to purchase next.

However, as I said before Doterra product guide is more than just a catalog. It gives the reader some history of the company and they felt they were going to revolutionize the world of essential oils which I believe they have achieved in a very short amount of time.

The is a lovely section where the Doterra oil guide explains that, “Essential oils are natural aromatic compounds found in the seeds, bark, stems, roots, flowers, and other parts of plants. They can be both beautifully and powerfully fragrant. If you have ever enjoyed the gift of a rose, a walk by a field of lavender, or the smell of freshly cut mint, you have experienced the aromatic qualities of essential oils. Essential oils can lift the mood, calm the senses, and elicit powerful emotional responses. Yet the use of essential oils goes well beyond their fragrant appeal”.  You can almost taste the power of their essential oils even before you have them in your hand.

The Doterra product guide will also explain how the therapeutic-grade essential oils is extracted, because they are most often extracted via a low-heat steam distillation process in which steam is circulated under pressure through plant material, liberating the essential oils into the steam. As the steam mixture cools, the water and oils are separated and the oil is collected in its pure form. To ensure the highest quality oil extract of correct chemical composition, temperature and pressure must be monitored very closely.

Where can I get a Doterra essential oils guide?

You can download the Doterra product guide directly from the link below. I have conveniently put buying links of the PDF file to make it easier to buy the products you want. However you can also – Click here which will take you directly to the Doterra webshop where you can also browse the products and purchase them at the same time.

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