Today’s guest for the #womensupportingwomen feature is Meghan LeBlanc, massage therapist and founder of Crystal Clear Essentials! I enjoyed getting to know her better through this interview and appreciate how open she was in sharing her journey with all of us.
Let’s step in! 👇
Q: What is a personal favorite quote?
A: “It is not selfish to refill your own cup, so that you may pour into others; it’s not a luxury, it’s essential.” – Unknown
Quick, what are 3 fun facts about you?
1. I love riding my motorcycle!
2. I’ve always wanted to be a falconer!
3. I was a competitive equestrian and bodybuilder for many years!
Q: When did you create your business, and what inspired you to start this specific business venture?
A: My chiropractor told me that I should stop riding horses, I would never lift over 25lbs, and may become paralyzed if I got pregnant. BASICALLY, he told me to STOP LIVING!
Q: Why was it important for you to create your business?
A: I don’t play well with others!? HAHA kidding… sort of!! (EEK!) I wanted flexibility and the room to be creatively me!
Q: What was important for you personally and professionally as you were building your business?
A: I would say two things, registering as an LLC right away and learning how to budget money more effectively.
Q: What is your favorite part about working with/supporting your specific clients?
A: Without a doubt, it is hearing how AMAZING they feel after a massage! Giving someone the gift of pain relief is something extremely special… because let’s be honest, PAIN SUCKS!
Q: Where can our viewers find you?
follow us on Instagram @crystal_clear_essentials
website and online booking is www.hellocrystalclear.com
10 Commerce Park North Suite 9 Bedford, NH
Q: What does confidence mean to you?
A: Confidence means loving who you are on the inside, and that light will radiate through you, no matter what you’re wearing.
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Final Thoughts 💭
“What You Are Is What You Have Been. What You’ll Be Is What You Do Now.” – Buddha