If your name is Crystal, you highly motivated by financial success. Good news . . . you are likely to achieve it, and you will deserve it! You love to have autonomy and independence, and you are happiest when you can be the authority figure and your decisions will be followed and respected. Your straightforward and practical nature also contributes to your success, and leads you to an interest in investments and the stock market.
One thing you need to be careful of is that you might not always be as diplomatic and patient in expressing your opinions as might be beneficial. It is important to keep those near you loyal, and you certainly don’t want to ruffle too many feathers by not expressing yourself as tactfully as you might.
All-in-all, though, you are a fabulous manager, as you appreciate the talents of each member of your team, and you know how to coordinate them all to bring out the best in each individual and in the group as a whole. You place high value on a job well done, and you expect great things both from yourself and others. You see the big picture, and you never take your eye off the prize, and these qualities are certain to lead to success!
The name Crystal as a girls’ name comes from the Greek word “krystallos”, meaning “ice.” The English word crystal is used for cut glass of high quality, sometimes cut into the shape of a precious gemstone. Crystal is often a symbol of magical powers (like a crystal ball) or healing powers.
The name Crystal came to popularity in the 19th century along with other girls’ names based on gemstones (such as Amber, Ruby, and Pearl). It remained in low to middle usage in the United States until the 1970s and 1980s, when in 1982 it even achieved a Top 10 position. The name during the 1980s was made especially popular by the character of Crystal Carrington on the TV series “Dynasty.”
Our list of famous Crystals is headed by the beautiful waitress and cello player from the sitcom “Wings”, Crystal Bernard. Prior to her seven-year stint on “Wings”, Crystal Bernard made a name for herself in roles on “Happy Days” and “It’s a Living.” A famous Crystal from the world of music is American country music singer Crystal Gayle, who achieved fame for her 1977 pop crossover song “Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue.”