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The All Things Risk Podcast

The All Things Risk podcast explores the themes of risk, uncertainty and resilience as applied to sports, the arts, current affairs and just about any other domain. We feature long-form conversations with interesting guests who have loads of fascinating stories, tips and tools.
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Now displaying: January, 2019
Jan 28, 2019

Some thoughts on uncertainty and that special moment when you know you will meet and overcome a tough challenge. That, and my upcoming 46 km run, The46in219

Show notes:

My 46 km birthday run - https://the46in219.carrd.co/ 
David Goggins - https://davidgoggins.com/ 

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Jan 20, 2019

Today, we talk about something we all feel - fear. Unfortunately, it is accurate to say that there is a lot fear in the world. It is equally accurate to say that we rarely acknowledge our fears openly. This creates unrealised potential, division, and paralysis. If only there was a better way to approach fear.

Meet Hilary Gallo. Hilary is an author, speaker, and enabler. His latest book Fear Hack offers a unique and powerful take on fear. Instead of fighting your fear, Hilary advocates befriending it. We talk about all of that and more, including:

  • Hilary’s background as a lawyer and negotiator – and what he learned during his extensive time in the corporate world;
  • Fear in politics and society;
  • Fear and the narratives we use;
  • The power of reframing;
  • Why Hilary believes we are on the cusp of something amazing;
  • The importance of backing yourself;
  • Tons more!

Show notes:

Hilary’s website

Hilary on Twitter

Hilary on LinkedIn

Hilary on Instagram

Fear Hack

www.hive.co.uk

Hilary’s earlier book The Power of Soft

“We must rethink the purpose of the corporation” by Martin Wolf in the Financial Times

Positive News

www.hive.co.uk

George Lakoff

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Jan 7, 2019

This is our now 3rd annual “best of” episode – some of my and your favourite clips from the podcast over the past year. Let me be honest with you – this is probably the most difficult episode to put together. That’s because not only is it a lot of work, it is brutally difficult to leave stuff out. The method is highly unscientific. In putting this together, I was reminded of this scene from the film Dead Poets’ Society. A good long-form conversation is like a piece of art – there are a multitude of ways of looking at it and there are different things that different people can take away from it. So, you will probably think that this collection is missing some great clips – and you’d be right. It's "best of" in quotes / inverted commas.

Nonetheless, these are some of the conversations that stuck with me and with some of you. If you are new to the podcast, this is a great way of understanding the show. If anything piques your interest, go back and check out the full episode. And please go back and check out any of our other great episodes.

In this one, we’ve got clips from:

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