Unstuck Bootcamp Day 16!
Posted by Oil Ability with Sarah Harnisch on Monday, January 27, 2020
Oil of the night: Hinoki
It is sourced from Japan; from the wood of the Japanese Hinoki tree. It takes about a half pound of Hinoki wood to make a 5mL bottle. It’s a reloading and soothing oil. It works well with Bergamot, Cypress or Lemon. It’s a good alternative for those who are sensitive to tree oils. Hinoki wood is very durable and makes it reliable for construction. The Pagoda at the Horyuji Temple in Nara, Japan is over 1000 years old. It was built in 600AD and is still in-tact today. Well-built hinoki structures can last a thousand years or more. I want longevity in my business! This tree is sturdy and strong and make a good foundation. Whatever it does in nature, I want it to do with me—to get my head in that place, as though I was standing on a thousand hinoki trees.
Hinoki is uplifting, cleansing, comforting and opens the mind for new perspectives. Great for alleviating tension and reducing stress. Great for breathing- put it on the back, feet, or chest. I love to use it to calm me down. It’s great for hair growth. It keeps bugs away. If you add it to your mop water—bugs will hate your floor. Great for bug problems in the garden. You can condition wooden doors, cutting boards—or other wood around the house to prevent rotting, with hinoki oil. It’s good for those that need support for their brain. As a traumatic brain injury survivor, this oil is a huge comfort to me and helps me focus.
What does Hinonki smell like? It is evergreen smelling with lemony facets.
By law, the essential oil can only be extracted from trees that have fallen—just like Gary personally enacted for the Palo Santo trees in Ecuador. And in Hawaii, Royal Hawaiian Sandalwood trees must by 90 percent dead. That’s just part of our sustainability practices with this incredible company.
Homework: Read Chapters 36 and 37 of the Unstuck book
Complete the Unstuck Workbook worksheets for Chapters 36 and 37
Quote of the night: “Freedom over fear.” Sarah Harnisch, Unstuck.
Takeaways from Bootcamp Day 16:
- There are about 15 different types of classes that lead to starter kits. Going for aromatherapy certifications, writing books, giving away bottles of oil, setting up storefronts, making oily things, printing folders of info, doing more than one MLM, running side businesses linked to oils, doing classes that don’t lead to a starter kit, recreating the starter kit, or putting 100% of your time into personal development doesn’t lead to starter kit sales or build your business
- Stay focused
- Pick a starter line. Start the convo. Find the need. Meet the need. Sell the kit. Rinse and repeat to Diamond.
- What if you weren’t afraid at all? What if every human outside your door could be on your team?
- You were not afraid to talk to people when you were a toddler.
- Don’t use your personality type as an excuse to avoid a conversation.
- Just fall back on your training (even if you don’t care).