CLEAN CHAT – SELF CARE AND INNER BEAUTY WITH LAURA MCCANN, CO-FOUNDER OF ADORATHERAPY
MEET THE FOUNDER Wellness, gratitude and self care are conversations that are becoming more and more mainstream. But that wasn’t always the case. On Clean Chat this week, we talked to Laura McCann, one of the wonderful co-founders of Adoratherapy. Over the past 30 years as an entrepreneur, she has had experience in the fashion industry, in business consulting and coaching and digital marketing. I’m sure you will all agree that this demanding and fast paced working environment is a real challenge and Laura was looking for some simple tools to help her day to day. Not being an expert in essential oils herself, she met Adoratherapy co-founder and formulator, Adora Winquist who gave her some beautiful essential oil perfumes to try. Laura saw huge potential in the work Adora was doing and their relationship developed from a mentor and advisor, to an angel investor, to today where they are co-founders of the rebranded Adoratherapy. THE ADORATHERAPY PRODUCTS What we really love is the way Adoratherapy caters for those who don’t have the time to become an expert in essential oils, but still want to experience the benefits of using the oils in their inner beauty practices. Adoratherapy simplifies that process by creating these complicated blends for you, but naming them after exactly how you want to feel when using it. Adoratherapy carries 3 collections of mood boosts. The ‘Gal On The Go Mood Boost’ is a spray perfume for women with an active lifestyle, which includes scents such as awake, seductive and peaceful. The scents in the ‘Chakra Boost’ collection are roll ons intended to open up your chakras, with scents including vitality, joy and creativity. And finally the ‘Room Boost’ is for those times where you need a room of people to shift with you, with scents including serene, abundance and passion. IN THIS EPISODE In this episode we chat about the importance of self care and focusing on your own inner beauty – wearing a particular scent because of how it makes you feel, rather than the outer beauty of how you appear to others. Laura also gives a really important piece of advice for fellow founders or anyone listening who is thinking about starting their own entrepreneurial journey. Running your own business is not for the faint hearted and it is really a journey of personal exploration and transformation. Thanks again to Laura for being our guest on Clean Chat this week. Laura also took part in a Facebook Live session over in our group this week where she shared her experiences in seeking funding – click here join the group and check out Laura’s live session as well as tonnes of other helpful resources. Now onto the show! Listen to the full episode below, on iTunes, or check out the transcript..
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