Heaven Roquemore is a multifaceted professional embodying the roles of a holistic health coach, prenatal nutritionist, seasonal chef, artist, and philanthropist. Raised in Texas and Florida, Heaven’s resilience and drive were forged through personal trials, including transitioning to foster care and achieving emancipation by age 17. With a foundation in holistic wellness, her career spans nutrition, culinary arts, and abstract painting, alongside running a herbal goats milk soap company. Heaven is passionate about her faith, having found solace and purpose in Christianity, which deeply influences her holistic approach to health and life. As a committed advocate for foster children and human trafficking victims, she aims to make significant impacts through philanthropy and community engagement. Currently pursuing further education in culinary school and interior design, Heaven lives a life dedicated to health, family, and the betterment of society, splitting her time between the Oregon coast, Emerald Coast Florida, and Los Angeles county.

How did you get started in this business?

I started my journey into holistic health out of a personal need to find balance and healing in my own life. After seeing the transformative impact it had on me, I was inspired to get certified as a holistic health coach and prenatal nutritionist. My passion for cooking, wellness, and helping others drove me to turn this into a career.

How do you make money?

My income streams are quite diversified. I work as a holistic health coach, offering personalized wellness plans and coaching sessions. I also operate as a seasonal chef, where I get hired to prepare specialty meals with a holistic focus. Additionally, my website and blog generate revenue through affiliate marketing, sponsored posts, and selling my line of herbal goats milk soap.

How long did it take for you to become profitable?

It took about two years to really start seeing a steady profit. Building trust and credibility in the wellness industry takes time, and it was important for me to stay patient and persistent.

When you were starting out, was there ever a time you doubted it would work?

Absolutely, there were moments of doubt, especially during the first year when client engagements were more sporadic. I wondered if I could truly make a living doing what I loved. What kept me going was my deep belief in the importance of holistic health and the positive feedback I received from early clients.

How did you get your first customer?

My first client came through a community wellness fair where I hosted a booth offering free mini-consultations. This interaction gave them a taste of my approach and led to my first paid session.

What is one marketing strategy that works well to generate new business?

Networking and building community partnerships have been incredibly effective. Hosting workshops and speaking at local events have also helped me connect directly with potential clients who are already interested in holistic living.

What is the toughest decision you’ve had to make in the last few months?

One of the toughest decisions was choosing to scale down my personal involvement in the soap business to focus more on my coaching and culinary ventures. It was necessary to balance my time better and prioritize activities that align more closely with my core passions.

What do you think makes you successful?

I believe my success stems from a genuine passion for what I do and the ability to authentically connect with people. My commitment to living the practices I teach instills trust and credibility in my clients.

What has been your most satisfying moment in business?

One of the most satisfying moments was receiving a heartfelt letter from a client who shared how my coaching dramatically improved her quality of life. Knowing that I can make such a positive impact is incredibly fulfilling.

What does the future hold for your business?

The future is bright! I plan to expand my online presence and possibly develop a line of holistic health products. I’m also considering writing a cookbook that integrates holistic nutrition with practical recipes for busy lifestyles.

What business books have inspired you?

“Start With Why” by Simon Sinek deeply resonated with me. It reinforced the importance of knowing why you do what you do and helped clarify my purpose in the wellness industry.

What advice would you give to your younger self?

I would tell my younger self to trust the journey, be patient, and stay committed to your values. Don’t be afraid to take calculated risks and always, always prioritize your own well-being.

Are you willing to be a mentor?

Absolutely, I am passionate about mentoring! Sharing knowledge and supporting others in their journey not only helps them grow but also enriches my own experiences and understanding. I believe strongly in giving back and helping shape the next generation of holistic health practitioners.

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