The Hintze family in Washington DC
“ ream, believe, create. When we dream and then believe,
we have the power to create.”
Rebecca’s love for essential oils stemmed from her
ability to help people emotionally. As an advocate
of self-help and family health, essential oils complimented her teachings perfectly. Although she never
thought she would sell dōTERRA, she couldn’t hide
her passion for the products! In the beginning she
found herself signing people up without realizing
she was beginning to build her business.
Rebecca found that building a dōTERRA business, in
unpaved territory, can bring its own set of challenges.
Living far from other dōTERRA consultants and the
corporate office can feel isolating. Hard work and follow through were essential during the tough moments.
She implemented a pattern for holding dōTERRA
meetings—the same place, the same day, and the
same time, every single week—no matter what.
Despite Rebecca’s positive attitude and consistent
efforts, a troubling time came when everything felt
like too much. Her commitment to her family, published books, and dōTERRA seemed to be more than
she could handle. At this same time, Shane began
to understand the larger purpose of dōTERRA. From
his own powerful experience with essential oils, he
realized that if others could experience just a couple
drops, their lives would be changed forever. When
he understood that dōTERRA is an opportunity to
serve others, he knew he needed to support Rebecca
in her efforts to grow. “When Shane jumped in and
supported me, my whole world came together,”
Shane has learned that there is no substitute for
planning. They encourage others to ask themselves,
“What needs to happen? Where will we be holding
meetings? Where will we be traveling?” They say,
“Follow through with your plan no matter how hard it
gets.” Shane and Rebecca attribute their growth from
Silver to Diamond to their consistent planning.
Rebecca adds, “Believe in yourself and that you can
do it. Believe you deserve it. When you pair a heart
full of conviction and belief with detailed plans, you
will get there. It is inevitable.”
Building in Unpaved Territory