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YOUNG LIVING RANKS

Star is the first rank you can earn in Young Living. A Star is someone who:

Spent 100 PV that month (PV stands for Personal Volume and it’s how much you yourself order through your wholesale membership)

Has 500 OGV (OGV = Organizational Group Volume…aka the PV of your order(s) for the month plus the PV from everyone else in your team who orders that month)

The 500 PV can come from a variety of configurations. It could be:

Just your own order if you order 500 PV in a month

Your 300 PV order plus two new sign ups with 100 PV each

Your 100 PV order plus 400 PV from other members under you ordering, signing up, etc.
or a bunch of other configurations
As such, some people hit Star not because they are “building” or sharing with others, but just because they are placing large orders. Some people hit Star the same month they sign up because they sign up several friends right away.

Average monthly income

The average monthly income for a Star with Young Living is $77. Of course, this varies a lot. Someone who ranks as Star based solely on their own orders will not earn a commission (you don’t earn commission on your own orders). Someone who is ranked at Star but getting close to Senior Star (2,000 OGV) and signing up a lot of people will earn quite a bit more.

STAR

SENIOR STAR

A Senior Star is someone who:

Spent 100 PV that month (spoiler: having a 100 PV order each month is required for all the ranks. The cool thing is that even as you go up in rank you don’t have to increase your own orders…although you’ll do it anyway because you love the product and are earning enough to afford to buy lots!)
Has 2,000 OGV

While technically the 2,000 OGV *could* come from your own order (like if you decided you wanted to purchase the Premier Aroma collection of 120 oils for a $2,000+) that is pretty rare, so typically someone will only rank Sr. Star once they have started sharing about oils (unlike Star where it’s fairly common for someone to rank based on their own order).

Average monthly income
The average monthly income for a Senor Star with Young Living is $240. As with all the ranks this can be quite varied.

EXECUTIVE

An Executive is someone who:

Spent 100 PV that month, just like with all the other ranks
Has 4,000 OGV

Within that 4,000 OGV has two legs with 1,000 OGV each
This term “legs” is new so let’s talk about that. Legs are made up of people under you who are also growing their organizations. Someone that you signed up (a friend, your mom, etc.) who is now signing up their friends underneath them (or you are signing up people and placing them to help your friend grow, which is another topic that we’ll cover in depth another time).

In order to reach the rank of Executive you have to have two people under you who are each spending 100 PV themselves and who have 1,000 OGV (their PV + the PV of the people under them).

Those 2 legs would make up a minimum of 2,000 of your 4,000 OGV required for Executive. The other 2,000 could also come from inside those legs (so, for example, you have two legs at 2,000 each or 1 leg with 1,000 and one with 3,000) or the additional 2,000 could come from outside of those legs (other friends you have signed up who are also ordering and/or building).

Average monthly income
The average monthly income for an Executive with Young Living is $514.

SILVER

A Silver is someone who:

Spent 100 PV that month
Has 10,000 OGV
Within That 10,000 OGV has two legs with 4,000 OGV each

Has 1,000 PGV (new term alert!! PGV=Personal Group Volume – that’s the volume of your order and all the orders of anyone under you OUTSIDE of your two legs of 4,000)

In order to rank as a Silver you have to have two people under you who are each spending 100 PV themselves and who have 4,000 OGV (their PV + the PV of the people under them).

Those 2 legs would make up at least 8,000 of your 10,000 OGV required for Silver. This is where Silver is different from Executive: Let’s say you have two legs at 5,000 each, so you have your 10,000 and you have your two legs, but if you do not have 1,000 OUTSIDE of those two legs (so your own order and/or the orders of any of your other members outside of those two legs) then you won’t qualify for Silver.

So basically you need to have 2 legs of 4,000 or more OGV but then an additional 1,000 OGV in other orders outside of those legs. This ensures that you are growing your business outside of just your two ranking legs, although some leaders I know chose to just always order the 1,000 PV they need for their PGV themselves each month and not have to worry about anything outside of their legs.

This is where the team aspect of your Young Living business gets really fun. At this point you definitely cannot do this all alone (well, I guess technically if you were signing up hundreds of people you could place them and build a Silver team that way, but that’s not really realistic for most of us) and so teaming up with some of your friends that you’ve enrolled to help them grow their businesses helps both you and them.

Average monthly income
The average monthly income for a Silver with Young Living is $2,227.


GOLD

Gold requirements:

100 PV order that month
35,000 OGV
3 legs of 6,000 OGV each
At least 1,000 PGV

Of course, it depends on your current income situation, but I feel like for the majority of people the rank of Gold is when you move from part-time income with YL to full time or more-than-full-time income. When I first joined YL and began exploring the possibility of a business I looked at the income disclosure and decided that my goal was Gold. Based on the average Gold income that’s what I needed to replace my former full-time job (I was making just a little under $4,000 a month before I quit my job to stay home). Now my goal and my vision is much bigger and I plan to go all the way to the top, but Gold and that $4,000+ paycheck was still my “I can’t believe I’m making a full-time income with this” milestone.

Average monthly income
The average monthly income for a Gold with Young Living is $6,067.

PLATINUM

A Platinum is someone who has:

A 100 PV order that month
100,000 OGV
4 legs of 8,000 OGV each
At least 1,000 PGV
This is the rank that I’m currently working toward. I’m about halfway there with my OGV and legs. I’m very hopeful that Platinum will not take nearly as long to reach as Silver and Gold did!!

Average monthly income
The average monthly income for a Platinum with Young Living is $15,324. At this point we’re leaving “full-time income” territory and have moved on to “more-than-full-time income” territory, at least for most people!

DIAMOND

A Diamond is someone who has:

A 100 PV order that month
250,000 OGV
5 legs of 15,000 OGV each
At least 1,000 PGV

Once you hit Diamond with Young Living not only do you get an insane check but you’ve also reached a pretty special elite status. Although there are three levels of Diamond (Diamond, Crown Diamond, and Royal Crown Diamond), they often get lumped together as “the Diamonds” and are all considered the highest tier of YL leader. They get to hear about the promos early, give direct feedback to the company, go on incredibly nice special trips each year, get all sorts of perks at Convention, get fantastic gifts, etc. It is definitely a whole new level of amazing!

Average monthly income
The average monthly income for a Diamond with Young Living is $39,566.

Per month. Yep. That’s more than what many people make a year!! Think of what that amount of money could mean for your family, your dreams, your church, etc.

CROWN DIAMOND

A Crown Diamond is someone who has:

A 100 PV order that month
750,000 OGV
6 legs of 20,000 OGV each
At least 1,000 PGV

Average monthly income
The average monthly income for a Crown Diamond with Young Living is $74,188.

ROYAL CROWN DIAMOND

A Royal Crown Diamond is someone who has:

A 100 PV order that month
1,500,000 OGV
6 legs of 35,000 OGV each
At least 1,000 PGV
Royal Crown Diamond (often abbreviated RCD) is the highest rank that Young Living currently offers.

Here’s what’s really cool about RCD, or any of these Young Living ranks really, is that they are people just like us. They just told a lot of people about oils and helped those people tell people about oils. There are Diamonds who joined Young Living AFTER I did – they just caught the vision early on and went for it. You can too!

Average monthly income
The average monthly income for a Royal Crown Diamond with Young Living is $152,877.

SO much good can be done with that kind of income!! Can you imagine what things you could fund, support, help, etc.?! Amazing.

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