Leadership Magazines Leadership Magazine Issue 10 - Page 14

S ND A DIA M Soldotna, ALASKA, USA A NEW OIL COMPANY L ike many other Alaskan men, Brett Collver used to take a plane to work. He flew hundreds of miles to the North Slope oil fields and was away from his family for two weeks at a time. His wife, Farrah, says, “This works really well for some families, but it was not for us. We did that for seven years and we were looking for a way out.” When Farrah was first introduced to dōTERRA, it didn’t take her long to take interest in the business opportunity. She thought at first that it might be something she could be involved in after her kids left home, but as she shared and began to hold classes, she quickly saw that dōTERRA could be the way to get her husband out of the oil fields. One day, Farrah called Brett at work and told him that with the direction the business was going, it was going to be too big to do it by herself. She wanted him to quit his job and come work with her. Brett walked into his boss’s office that day and resigned. The Collvers had yet to reach Silver at the time, but two years later they’re glad they took the risk. Farrah says, “We really feel like everything in our life prepared us for 14 dōTERRA ESSENTIAL LEADERSHIP I FALL 2014 O R R Brett & Farrah Collver NEW dōTE NEW dōTERRA DIAMONDS “I didn’t want to be stuck working for an oil company on the North Slope for the rest of my life— so I switched oil companies.”— Brett