Welcome to YL Punch Card

Here is our, “Ten activities to try to earn a special gift in our Welcome to Young Living Challenge!” punch card design. This fun “loyalty” punch card should provide an incentive for new members to become more involved with Young Living products, Essential Rewards, and sharing with others. loyaltycard_previewClick/touch here to download the full-page (6 cards on one page) of this card in PDF format.

You can initial each activity, hole punch it, or place a heart or star sticker over each circle . . . so many options, select one that works best for you and your new team member. The idea is to just have fun with it.

Here is what you need to make your own “welcome to YL challenge” cards:

(1) 3″ x 4″ cards, six to a page — these were designed to print best with the Avery name badge cards, Avery number 5392. Click/touch here to order the cards directly from Amazon.

(2) The template (PDF file) for the cards (see link below preview of card above).

(3) Optional — half-inch hole punch. Click/touch here to order directly from Amazon.

Be sure to include your information label or attach your business card to the back of this card. Enjoy!

Notes:

When we introduced our “ten ways to earn” punch card (redesigned as ten activities to try), we were asked, “how does this work?” The good thing about running your own business is you can make your own rules. However, for those that need a little guidance, and there is nothing wrong with that! Here is what we have done:

When you bring a new member onto your team provide one of these cards in their welcome pack (or welcome card). Write their join date on the back of the card and then write the date that will land on the time frame you would like to give them to complete the tasks . . . some have done three months (pretty common) and others six months (less common).

If the person lives nearby, you can stop in and hole punch the card every so often. If they do not live nearby, just have them put a check mark and date that each activity was completed. You can work out the details of how to provide proof with your new member. This will vary depending on location, etc.

Someone asked us, “what if they do not have a YL class near them?” No problem, check with your upline as someone within your team will probably hold an online Facebook class . . . if no luck there, ask in a FB group if someone is holding a class and if your new member can take part in the class. We’ve not seen a shortage of online classes, yet!

Another person asked, “what do I give as a gift?” Well, that is a great question, you should always tailor the gift to fit your new member. For example, if your new member is a teacher, you may want to give a large bottle of Thieves waterless hand purifier. Find out more about your new member and pick a gift that fits him/her the best. If you are still at a loss, one of the best gifts is the Thieves Aromabright tube of toothpaste or a small bottle of Thieves household cleaner!

Most of all, just have fun with it!

2 thoughts on “Welcome to YL Punch Card

  1. Becky

    This is a FANTASTIC!!!!!! idea! Do you all huddle in a circle for hours coming up with these ingenious notions!!!! I would love to sit in on your “brainstorming” sessions!!!! Do you love your jobs or what???!!!! Thanks so much, I’m making these up this week!!!!

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  2. Ann Fuller

    Thank you very much from NSW in Australia. I look forward to receiving your emails and print most of them off. We can’t get the Avery name cards here and it is to expensive buying from US (postage can be as much as the item) so I just use sheets of cardboard and cut out. The 12 Oils of Ancient Scripture was released in good time as a couple of weeks later my upline agreed to do a workshop on it (only 4 people attended) but it was nice to have the finishing touches like the Notes and sign in sheet. I really appreciate your Team sharing with the world of YL. I have just printed off 3 sheets of the Welcome to YL punch card and can’t wait to use them. Once again thank you from down under

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