2018 Version 2 — Updated the update. The Oil Posse team brings to you a complimentary Essential Oils Basics, EO 101, Support, Wellness, and You class presentation. This presentation comes complete with the PowerPoint file, PDF script file, PDF of the presentation (for times when you do not have access to electricity and want to use a flipboard), and Individual JPG images of each slide so you can host this as a Facebook class. This is a complete EO 101 class package and has been updated with Citrus Fresh and Raven. It is current as of 17 Feb 2018. Enjoy Continue reading →
We’ve taken Young Living’s developed PowerPoint presentation and updated it with the current Young Living essential oil bottles and tweaked the scripts from the vitality slides so that they are now compliant. We’ve then taken those notes and placed each one into a document so that you can print the script out to read during the presentation. We also made the slides available as JPG images so you can use them for an online class. Finally, we made the presentation available as a PDF document to print out and place in a notebook or send to those who could not attend. We hope this will become a useful tool to further your Young Living business.
This is a PowerPoint presentation to use for essential oil basics classes/workshops/seminars/meetings/gatherings. The focus is on the oils in Young Living’s Premium Starter Kit (with vitality oils). It also includes the newly upgraded and totally awesome essential rewards program that goes/went into effect 1 Sept 2016. Continue reading →
Hi everyone. Just wanted to share a quick video with a few ideas we had for our upcoming classes. You’ll find links to some of the tools we used beneath the video. We hope this will help some of you with your upcoming (or just starting out) classes. Apologies for a few places in the video that are a bit “wiggly” as I was on my own with this one and trying to hold the phone while dropping drops of oil and placing lids and so on . . . not as easy as I thought it would be. You understand, right?! Continue reading →