ABOUT THE SHOW
At the beginning of 2020, many yoga teachers, including today’s guest, Raudhah Rahman were thrust into the shoes of an online entrepreneur. But we’re a resilient bunch, and out of that shift we’ve seen innovation, growth and a whole new landscape for yoga teachers.
Raudha Rahman co-creates with yoga teachers in the world of design, tech and web development to create sustainable online businesses. In today’s episode Cora & Raudhah riff on all things digital including where to start when DIY’ing your first website, creating inclusive online spaces & what it means to be an online entrepreneur.
ABOUT RAUDHAH RAHMAN
I'm Raudhah. My pronouns are she/her and I giggle A LOT. You could say that Raudhah's path has looked a lot like the Charlotte freeway, confusing and yet got me to where I am now.
Raudhah was born in Singapore and spent my formative years in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Growing up in an International School, she grew up eating all types of food, immersing in different cultures and sometimes combining different languages into one sentence. This embodied intersectionality always creates a lasagna of perspectives everytime I enter into every job that I've ever had: from broke yoga teachers to clinical researcher to now an Intersectional Co-creator for Yoga Teachers and change-makers.
In moving the truth forward, Raudhah encourages her clients and team to do less, scroll less and rest more when it comes to creating a sustainable business online.
She has worked with Kiesha Battles, Vicie Moran, Sara Clark, Rebby Kern, Jasmine Hines and many more.
FIND RAUDHAH RAHMAN
- Raudhah’s non-linear path into digital entrepreneurship
- The biggest lessons Raudhah has learned through embracing online business
- The basics of setting up your digital presence
- What digital redlining is - and why we need to care about it
- Websites 101 - how to DIY your own site
- What platforms to use
- The 3 pages every website needs
- A starting point for making your digital home (i.e. your website) more inclusive