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Be the Tortoise “It’s about finding the next adventure, the next goal, and then reaching that goal. My entire family is involved in this journey.” C achay Wyson would compare herself to the tortoise in the old fable of the tortoise and the hare—slow and steady. “I have consistently given out samples, offered people accounts, and mentioned the business.” She often counsels her team to do the same. She tells them, “Don’t race forward for two months and then fall off the map for six months.” She teaches her team that if they consistently share samples, talk to people, and hold classes once a month, they will win the race. From the beginning, sharing dōTERRA came natural to Cachay. “I started with the products and I got results. When a good thing is a good thing, I don’t keep my mouth closed. I love helping other people.” It was when she and her husband Joey went to convention that they “got the Diamond dream.” Cachay says, “We knew that it was going to be a short-term sacrifice to put some things in place so that we could hit Diamond. We pondered on our goals and we felt good about it. We didn’t feel like it was an empty goal; we felt like we could really do this. It was good to have a goal 38 dōTERRA ESSENTIAL LEADERSHIP I FALL 2013 S ND O R R Joey & Cachay Wyson NEW dōTE NEW dōTERRA DIAMONDS A DIA M