As some of you may know, I use Young Living essential oils and products everyday and utilize them as tools for a more whole body wellness lifestyle (check out my post about why I chose Young Living here). But that’s not the only thing that I have benefited my family and I with, and been so blessed by.
When I first signed up for a Young Living wholesale membership, I had no intention whatsoever of doing the business that Young Living offered me through that membership. Just over a year after I purchased my kit and was actually using my oils and other Young Living products, people started asking me what these oils were I was talking about. Without intention I just started sharing how my life had been changed from these wholesome products I had been getting my hands on. Family and friends started to wonder how they could try some too, so I began asking my up-line about the business side of Young Living, and what the pros and cons were. I prayerfully considered putting time and effort into this whole business idea that I already had set up by Young Living just by buying my first kit.
After many hours of worrying and praying if I should commit to this business idea, consulting my husband about the proposition, and after learning SO much about how many blessing people have received because of Young Living as their business, I decided to jump in head first.
I had no idea what I was getting into. I thought I did, but I really didn’t. I am beyond blown away by the resources I have been given, the friendships, the opportunities, the wellness, and the income. I thought that I had a basic knowledge of how the business worked, and I did, but I shortly discovered how much more complex and amazingly generous Young Living is. I want to share with you just the average monthly income that members of Young Living can make at different ranks. Ranks are basically a level of qualification for your total organizational group volume of products being purchased and used and loved. Take a look at this photo that shows 2016 average income for Young Living members doing the business.
Just the facts alone blew me away. This is not a “get rich quick” kind of business (although I personally know some folks who jumped from the beginning to the highest rank in 2 years). This is an improve your lifestyle and wellness and share what you know and have been blessed with kind of business. This is a work-from-anywhere (with internet connection) kind of business. This business allows residual income. This business offers its members inheritable income (You can put it in your will, people! how cool is that!?!). Most importantly, this business offers its members community, encouragement, whole body wellness, and financial freedom.
I have been doing the business for just under a year, I’m currently a star in rank, and I love being my own boss! While I’m working on building my Young Living foundation, I work also as an American Sign Language tutor, I am a wife, and I am involved in my church. The more time I put into my Young Living business, the more I get out of it.
I don’t know about you, what your goals are, what kind of lifestyle you want to live, but what I do know is that this business works out perfectly for me. I want to be a full time wife and mother, and this job not only enables me to provide healthy alternatives for my family’s wellness, but it also enables me to work from home, create relationships, and have community support from other individuals like me.