Share Young Living Essential Oils With This DIY Sharing Kit

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September 20, 2015
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Have you ever been at the store, the gym or church and someone you know approaches with a question about essential oils? We definitely have! It’s likely you’ll get that, too.

There were numerous times that we wished we had a sample of an oil, our business card card, or a brochure that we could leave with them. Plus, we missed an opportunity to get their phone number, email so that we could follow up, set up a 1-1 meeting or just check in with them. Although people almost always have the best intentions to “follow up with you” they get busy and forget it. It’s happened to us more times than we want to admit. We learned from other distributors to create a sharing box so that we’re always prepared to do a 30 second or even a 15 minute presentation right there – you just never know!

In this video we show you a simple and inexpensive way to connect, share and follow-up.


The tools for a 30 second presentation

The tools for a 30 second presentation

We include these items in our sharing box:

  • Business Cards
  • Sticky notes
  • Pens
  • A current Young Living product catalog
  • Vital 180 Sharing Guides (the purple ones)
  • Sample bottles with 10-20 drops of lemon, peppermint, lavender and Stress Away
  • NingXia Nitro and NingXia Red packets
  • Thieves Waterless Hand Purifier (great way to introduce the chemical-free lifestyle)
  • Thieves Spray

You can add whatever you like to your own box. These are items that we find are easy for us to talk about and are low-cost as samples.

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