The Modern Tupperware Saleslady

So for those of you that know me you probably already know that I am a natural sales lady.  I can’t help it, it just is a part of me… I sell people on anything I believe in or love, as long as I think it can truely benefit them.  It has taken me a long time to learn just because I love something does not mean everyone will, and I think this is an amazing trait and is part of what makes me a good salesperson.  For the last 3 years I have been home with my babies, and I love it but when I get a little taste of selling I realize there is a part of me that misses that.  I love selling because I believe whatever I sell helps people and I do not want to sell people something they don’t want.  I feel it is part of the job of a sales person to find out what the customer is looking for and help them find it.  I also miss having my own money and feeling accomplished (because currently my big accomplishment is making sure everyone is fed and clean).  I am fairly motivated, like to have challenges and goals and be constantly learning. My previous job had all of this, and although I no longer want the long hours, or set schedule I am ready for a new challenge that will fulfill me.  Basically that is what got me started selling doTerra.  

I had been invited to a party and had a good friend who had just signed up to be a Wellness Advocate, so despite my hesitancy and normal dislike for any sort of home sales party I went to see what it was about.  I had received a few oils and a diffuser for Mothers Day and was loving having a safe way to scent our house (basically candles have become very dangerous with my pyro group of kids!).  SO, with hesitancy I went to my first Class for doTerra oils.  My girlfriend and her mentor did a good job of talking about the products and I immediately was impressed with their knowledge and the quality of the oils they were selling.  But still a bit of skeptic I ordered a couple of oils and thought I would compare them to what I already had.  Within a couple of days the oils arrived and were amazing, armed with all the information I had learned I began using the oils for a variety of different things and I was comparing to the brand I had bought in a store locally and was shocked at the difference in quality.  Well by this point I was already planning on hosting my own party and it lead me to thinking why host when I could be the salespersons.  So, with a little bit of courage I decided to give it a try.  This is why and how I came to sell doTerra.  

Now my plan with doTerra was to give it a try but have no pressure.  I really was excited about starting a blog and was doing that as a personal project (no financial expectation) and felt like if I could tie the two together it would be fun!  So, with this in mind I have obviously started my blog and also started sharing my love for doTerra.  I am going to continue to use the oils personally but if someone is interested I would love to answer any questions or share any knowledge I have.  I do not want to be the pushy in your face make you uncomfortable sales girl, I will do as I would do with anything I love and talk about it, I will also try to be creative and come up with fun events using the oils.  But when it is all said and done I will just write and share and hope for some the oils will be a way to help be more natural and replace traditional products in your homes with this alternative.  They sure have helped calm, relax and motivate us, as well as help with the kids sleep, anxiety and even with some sickness!  

If your interested in learning more or even hosting a class please contact me at craeplain@gmail.com or leave a comment here  you can also check out my doTerra website for more info  https://www.mydoterra.com/carlyplain1/#/

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