Rock Your Goals Podcast episode 45 - building a six figure doTERRA essential oils business with Alice Abba

In this episode of Rock Your Goals the podcast, Alice Abba shares how she’s created a six figure doTERRA business with soul.

Alice went from receiving Government Assistance and working a low income job to creating a true freedom business, all while 8 months pregnant with her second child.

Alice talks about taking the leap, balancing business and motherhood and how to create a conscious network marketing business based on authenticity and heart.

We also talk about defeating self-doubt, dealing with unsupportive people and how reducing the amount of information you consume can benefit your business.

Alice is super inspiring and openly shares her story, and her numbers, plus loads of tips, truths and tools to help you create a freedom business YOU love.

I hope you enjoy it.


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AHA! moments from the episode:

  • Be okay with the journey.
  • Balance the drive with fun.
  • When you believe in what you do, it’s so much easier to share.
  • I knew if I wanted to change my circumstances, then it was me who had to make it happen.


People & Resources Mentioned in this Episode

Simon Sinek – Start With Why
Denise Duffield-Thomas – How We Sell: Men Vs Women
Bree Hogan from Starbrite Warrior
Shawn Achor – The Happiness Advantage^

And if you’d like to create your own conscious network marketing business with essential oils, connect with Alice for more information.


P.S. If you enjoyed this episode, you might also enjoy doTERRA leader Alice Nicholls’ quickfire tips for growing your business or, if you’re after more tips for mums in business, tune in to episode 4 with Roxanne Ford from Baby Mamas.

+ Loving shout out to the amazing Ane Novak who created the wonderful tune “Happy Day” (the awesome intro & outro music to Rock Your Goals the podcast) which still gets me grooving in my seat every time I hear it.

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