For every new member I sign up, I try to send a small packet in the mail with some basic information, and a small gift. Each person, whether they are a business builder or personal user, receives:
- A welcome letter detailing how to navigate the virtual office, and including all the ways to get in touch with me.
- The 10 Day Starter Kit Challenge. I was just introduced to this sweet idea by my upline. This is a great way to get new members to crack open their kit and start using it immediately. (I just right click on the picture and print it out, as I don't think there is a PDF version.)
- A personal note- I write mine on these postcards or note cards usually.
- Some kind of literature on Thieves and Ningxia, two of the absolute best parts of Young Living.
- A small gift. Sometimes I'll include a Thieves toothpaste, simply because I love that stuff and want to share it! Lately I've been including a Thieves Tea Kit, which is always received happily. I'm sure there are a hundred different gifts to give here, but I like to keep it simple and have certain items on hand to quickly get welcome packets in the mail.
Streamline This Process
- Print out all the above literature. (Even print copies in advance so all you have to do is gather them together!)
- Put in a regular envelope and pop in the mailbox with a stamp on it. Or two stamps if it seems too thick.
- Then, add a $5 product credit to your new member's account so they still get a sweet treat. In order to do that, you will need to call Young Living and have them place the product credit on the new member's account. You can even use these coupons I made if you like, and tuck one in the envelope with the other paperwork. Don't forget to sign by the heart!
And remember, this is only what's physically included in the welcome packet to send in the mail. Be sure to contact anyone you think may have questions, and invite your business builders to all your monthly meetings and other events, so that they have a place to bring prospective members!