Out Of Bounds – E217 – Being a Good Ancestor | Rachel Pohl

Adam Jaber September 5, 2022

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Being a Good Ancestor | Rachel Pohl

Welcome back for another episode of The Out Of Bounds Podcast on The Out of Collective. This week, Adam is joined by artist, Rachel Pohl for a different type of conversation. And this episode is just that, a conversation. Definitely not all twenty questions and interview bullet points.
It’s a refreshing talk that revolves more about life than it does about art. She and Adam discuss creativity, relocating from Bozeman to Norway, cold plunges, and getting out of your comfort zone. Rachel tells how she finagled her way into her first Outdoor Retailer, being rejected by and then working with Rumpl, and the importance of mastering your craft as an artist and working with brands that align with your art and values. There’s enough space and money out there, and it’s ok to say no to opportunities that don’t fit. Check out Rachel’s work on Instagram and on her website and enjoy the full episode out now, wherever you listen to your podcasts!

Rumpl –  Code: OUTOFBOUNDS – Weatherproof all-season blankets, made from recyclable materials and super packable. Ideal for camping, picnics, beach days and just being damn f’ing cozy.

686 – For nearly 30 years, 686 has been making some of the best technical outerwear in the game for getting down in the snow. But, did you know they also make legit athletic and everywhere you can wear everywhere?!

Mountain FlowEco Friendly and High Performance are not mutually exclusive. At least not anymore! Mountain Flow is a World Class line of plant-based ski wax and bike lube, backed with a 100% stoke guarantee.

Spot – Is your healthcare broken or is it your arm? Either way, Spot Insurance will fix you up and make sure you don’t lose that arm or leg paying for it.

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