1 hr 13 min

Rebecca Rusch: Be Good, Be Vulnerable and Don’t Stop Learning The Common Threads

    • Sports

Rebecca Rusch's nickname is the Queen of Pain -- for good reason. She has pushed herself to excel at every outdoor adventure imaginable, continuously reimagining what's possible and leaving her mark on everything from mountain biking and adventure racing to solo pursuits in the Alaskan wilderness.



But it's not just her world championships, Emmy Award winning movie, or records that inspire so many. Rebecca has found strength in honesty, vulnerability and in listening to an inner voice telling her "to see what's over the next hill."



Rebecca goes deep on her strategies for coping with pandemic, building a personal mission statement and the process she went through to articulate her "why." We also get into the business and community she's building, filming Blood Road, and the impact of the pandemic. She captures the moment perfectly: "Everyone in every country, in every corner of the world, is feeling some kind of stress, and how we manage that is more important now than ever.. I think it’s important that we call our mothers, call friends, and stick together."

Rebecca Rusch's nickname is the Queen of Pain -- for good reason. She has pushed herself to excel at every outdoor adventure imaginable, continuously reimagining what's possible and leaving her mark on everything from mountain biking and adventure racing to solo pursuits in the Alaskan wilderness.



But it's not just her world championships, Emmy Award winning movie, or records that inspire so many. Rebecca has found strength in honesty, vulnerability and in listening to an inner voice telling her "to see what's over the next hill."



Rebecca goes deep on her strategies for coping with pandemic, building a personal mission statement and the process she went through to articulate her "why." We also get into the business and community she's building, filming Blood Road, and the impact of the pandemic. She captures the moment perfectly: "Everyone in every country, in every corner of the world, is feeling some kind of stress, and how we manage that is more important now than ever.. I think it’s important that we call our mothers, call friends, and stick together."

1 hr 13 min

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