How do you increase your OGV (Organizational Group Volume) on your Young Living team? If you’re building a business with Young Living, it’s not just about new signups. It’s also supporting your current customers. It’s part of our job to help make sure that people are actually using and enjoying the products.
How can you do that in a way that is sustainable and truly helpful? First, you have to have people in your organization. If you don’t have anyone enrolled yet, I’ve got your back. Check out this short blog for the perfect plan for growth over the next 90 days.
Whenever you have people on your team, the very first thing that you need to do is connect with them and find out what their perceived needs are right now. What solutions are they looking for? What can you do to help them? What would they like to see restored? I talk more about that in the short video at the top of this blog
The best way to learn about what our people need and how they are doing is to ask questions. A lot of people are incredibly scared to follow up and ask how a product is working. What if the product didn’t work? What do you think is gonna happen if it’s not working? They’re gonna stop buying and go inactive. A lot of people just let that happen and it’s just so silly. Don’t do that. Talk to your people and help them.
We need to be able to continuously help people out. When it comes to increasing OGV, follow-up and conversations that are focused on why your customer tried Young Living in the first place, are the key. If you’re looking for a system that will help you know what to say, what to do and how to do it, Cutting Edge has that for you all day long. You can join the wait list for Cutting Edge here and when the doors open again, you’ll be one of the first to know.
You don’t need to feel like you’re a flat tire in your own organization. If you didn’t have a conversation when someone first started with you in Young Living, have the conversation today. Now go make those calls and get those conversations going!
Have the Best day!