Choosing an essential oil enroller and sponsor is an important decision and should consider 3 main principles. Watch the video below to learn more.
Did You Know?
One of my mentors was approached by many different distributors but waited until the right person came along before she finally enrolled. She remained patient and knew what she was looking for which is something that I respect about her.
The Main Problem That We All Face
Have you ever felt like you didn’t get the right support or guidance for a job or new task in an organization? When it comes to essential oils, this is something that should a be a top priority. Below are 3 principles that I always help folks consider.
Top 3 Essential Oil Enroller And Sponsor Principles
1.) Choose someone you Know: I like to break this up into 3 additional topics, which are their personal story, their purpose, and their vision. It’s important to feel like you know their background and why they do what they do.
Are they about how much money you can make or how much they can help you improve your health and change the lives of others?
2.) Choose someone you Like: This is something that I’ve looked over in the past, but not after I met some bosses and people that were negative in nature or provided way too much deconstructive feedback (vs. constructive feedback).
I wanted to be the person they weren’t and now look for that in others when it comes to mentorship.
3.) Choose someone you Trust: This is probably the most important principle. It goes beyond feeling comfortable giving your information at a class or over the phone for a wholesale or retail account.
This is more about trusting that the gap between their words and actions is small and they own up to issues when they fall short in a humble and sincere way.
If you’ve already got an enroller and sponsor then it’s important to work with them to get the support you need. If you can’t find what you’re looking for then keep going up in the organization until you find it.
If you don’t have an essential oil enroller and sponsor then it’s important to choose someone that you know, like, and trust. I also like to encourage people to think about how well they connect with them and if they will provide them with the best support (even if I’m not the best fit and you go with someone else).
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