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May 20, 2020

As the global coronavirus pandemic continues, more and more is being said and written about the mental health impact it is having. Dealing with uncertainty can be mentally draining. So, this and our subsequent episode will focus on mental conditioning – the ways in which our thought patterns, emotions and physiology affect our judgement. This is something we have talked about before on the show but the current situation brings it all into sharp relief.

My guest today is Mike Clark. Mike is a Certified Mental Performance Consultant and has a Masters in Sports Psychology. Mike works with all types of performers – from athletes in a variety of sports to musicians – to help them improve their mental game. Even though Mike and I recorded this episode just before the Covid19 lockdowns, I am amazed at how prescient and useful it is. Mike discusses and shares tips and techniques around:

  • Fear and uncertainty;
  • Cognitive fusion;
  • Resilience;
  • Reframing;
  • Body language
  • Much more!

Show notes:

Mike Clark;

Mike’s company Clark Performance Consulting;

Mike on Twitter;

Mike on Instagram;

Twitter thread – Clark Kent, Superman and problem solving versus problem prevention;

The Association for Applied Sports Psychology;

IMG Academy;

Michael Sachs;

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May 7, 2020

This is a special episode for me. My guest is none other than my father, Julian Cattaneo. My dad is a retired university professor. He taught Business Administration at the University of Windsor in Ontario, Canada. That’s where he is based, but it’s not where he was born, nor is it where I was born.

This conversation is based on my mom and dad’s decision to emigrate from Argentina to Canada in 1977. I was only four years old at the time. That is a major decision for anyone to make and I wanted to explore the whys and hows of that decision with him. I think there is a lot that you can take away from it.

It is nice but a bit strange to interview your father. I recorded this in early March in Canada. I am based in the UK but was visiting. This was just before the declaration of a global pandemic because of Covid19 . Like many of you with loved ones, particularly older loved ones, I don’t know when I will see him again and I am concerned for him given what coronavirus does to older people. However, I am grateful to have had this conversation and to bring it to you.

We cover:

  • The context around life in Argentina in the 1970s and the reasons for the move;
  • How he and my mother made the decision;
  • The push and pull any decision to immigrate;
  • Life in North America;
  • How the decision worked out;
  • Any “rules” or a philosophy my dad has around how the runs his life

Show notes:

The University of Windsor

The University of Michigan

Argentine foods mentioned:

            Mate

            Dulce de leche

The Dirty War

Germany’s Gastarbeiter programme

Bad math on at MSNBC

Ben Goldacre

Some books on Argentine history:

            A History of Argentina in the 20th Century by Luis Alberto Romero

            Dirty secrets, dirty war by Robert J. Cox

            A State of Fear: Memories of Argentina’s Nightmare by Andrew Graham-Yooll

            Prisoner Without a Name, Cell Without a Number by Jacobo Timerman

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Apr 23, 2020

Today we talk about decision-making, resilience, mental training and more with our guest, Chris Sparks. Chris is a professional poker player who was ranked among the Top 20 of the world’s best online players. It is this experience making an exponential number of decisions and performing at an elite level that has given Chris a number of insights and practices that he has further developed. He helps people apply these to both their work and their personal growth.If you listen to a couple of our previous episodes with Annie Duke and Alec Torelli you will know that poker mimics life because it is a game that involves decision-making under uncertainty and incomplete information. This makes Chris’ expertise and experience highly transferable. He is the founder and CEO of The Forcing Function, a company that is dedicated to empowering the next generation of entrepreneurship.

In this episode, Chris shares a wealth of very useful techniques to improve performance and deal with uncertainty and that are incredibly useful, particularly now. We cover:

  • Decision-making techniques;
  • What to do when things go wrong;
  • Why we are all “mental athletes” and the importance of mental training;
  • The importance (and limitations) of story;
  • What Chris learned at Davos
  • Much more!

Show notes:

The Forcing Function

Chris on Twitter

The Forcing Function’s Expected Value Calculator

The Fermi problem

Firebreak

Narrative bias

Article – Manage Your Energy Not Your Time

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Apr 21, 2020

Three weeks ago, we released an update episode on Covid19 with today's guest Daniel Wagner. It proved to be a very popular episode. That's perhaps not surprising given there is a lack of broad, balanced and thoughtful big picture analysis of what is going on. 

As a result, we decided to record another - this one was recorded on April 18, 2020 and we cover:

-More on the USA's response;

-An update on the origins of the virus based on a new chapter to Daniel's book The America-China Divide;

-What we can expect in the near future;

-Postives from the situation;

-Much more!

Show notes:

Lloyd’s City Risk Index

Daniel’s latest book – The America-China Divide: The Race to Control the World in Amazon and in Amazon’s UK site

Daniel on Twitter: https://twitter.com/countryriskmgmt

Daniel’s company, Country Risk Solutions: http://countryrisksolutions.com/

Remdesivir

Daniel’s other recent books:

China Vision on Amazon’s US site

China Vision on Amazon’s UK site

AI Supremacy

Virtual Terror

Ep. 91 with Daniel and Keith Furst Ep 129 Ep 124Ep 119 Ep 102 Ep 98  Ep 69,  Ep 57Ep 17 and Ep 10 with Daniel Wagner

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Apr 13, 2020

Self-isolation can be difficult. If you read any of the advice about how to best deal with isolation – which comes from astronauts, submariners and others – you will come across some of the same bits of advice. These include maintaining a routine and staying physically active. However, there is one bit of advice that is crucial but that we all find very challenging – even before the coronavirus pandemic. That is maintaining and creating a meaningful connection with others.

However, as you will hear, now is a great time to do just that. My guest in this episode is Georgie Nightingall. Georgie is the founder of Trigger Conversations, a business that is all about helping individuals and organisations engineer meaningful and stimulating conversations so that they happen more often. Since its launch in October 2016, they have stimulated 5000+ meaningful conversations between strangers and held over 8- events. Georgie has given a TedX talk on this topic and trained numerous organisations.

In this episode, she shares a number of useful tips and tools that we all need right now to take advantage of an opportunity to connect and re-connect with others. And as you will also hear, that starts by embracing the uncertainty that an interaction with another human being can bring. This was a fun, inspiring and very insightful conversation!

Show notes:

Trigger Conversations

Georgie on Medium

Trigger Conversations on Facebook

            On Instagram

Neuro-linguistic Programming

Mukbang

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Apr 1, 2020

For just about all of us, our lives currently feel disrupted, and frozen – and there is significant uncertainty as to when that will end. There is a way of helping to turn that on its head however – and that is by trying different things. This being a show about uncertainty, this is a great time to walk that talk.

Welcome to our first ever “cross-cast”. I join forces with Christian Hunt, founder of Human Risk and the host of the Human Risk podcast. We decided to record a joint episode, put it up on each of our shows. The result is the aptly named “All Things Human Risk”.

We had Christian on the show for episode 115. His approach to using behavioural science to tackle risk makes him one of these rare people that helps us think differently. And right now, that is exactly what we need. This was a fun conversation that had loads of great stuff, including:

  • Why even the current situation is hard for so many of us;
  • Opportunities in uncertainty;
  • Routines versus doing new things;
  • The importance of “doing nothing”;
  • Grief;
  • Travel;
  • Naps;
  • Conspiracy theories;
  • Loads more!

Show notes:

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Human Risk

Christian on Twitter – as I once put it to him in Trump-like fashion “you have some of the best tweets”

Ep 115 of All Things Risk with Christian

Atul Gewande Checklist Manifesto

Man in plague mask on BBC

NYTimes Front Page

HBR article on grief

Conspiracy theories and coronavirus 

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Mar 25, 2020

Today we take a special look at the Covid-19 pandemic. While we are rightfully tracking case numbers globally, practising social distancing and concerned about the lockdowns that are going on in our respective parts of the world, there has been relatively little produced about the medium and longer-term geopolitical and economic impacts of the outbreak. What should we expect over the coming weeks and months?

Today, start to ask some of those longer term questions with Daniel Wagner, who has been a guest on the podcast several times. This episode was recorded on Sunday March 22, 2020 and we tackle, among other things:

  • The origins of the pandemic;
  • China’s initial failure to control it and later success in doing so;
  • Failures in Western countries to manage the outbreak;
  • What to expect over the coming months.

Show notes:

Daniel on why America’s CEOs, Mayors and Governors need to step up on Covid-19

Daniel on why the USA should relax sanctions on Iran during Covid-19

Lloyd's City Risk Index

Daniel’s latest book - The America-China Divide: The Race to Control the World in Amazon and in Amazon’s UK site

Daniel on Twitter: https://twitter.com/countryriskmgmt

Daniel’s company, Country Risk Solutions: http://countryrisksolutions.com/

Daniel’s other recent books:

China Vision on Amazon’s US site

China Vision on Amazon’s UK site

AI Supremacy

Virtual Terror

Ep. 91 with Daniel and Keith Furst Ep 124Ep 119 Ep 102 Ep 98  Ep 69,  Ep 57Ep 17 and Ep 10 with Daniel Wagner

 

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Mar 13, 2020

I am delighted and honoured to bring you an amazing conversation that comes at an excellent time. While the world is currently gripped by the Coronavirus, there was a time when the world’s foremost news story was something completely different – and more positive. In 2018, the world’s foremost international news story was something that made us all feel good – the rescue of the Wild Boars football team from the Tham Luang cave in northern Thailand.

As you will hear however, that happy ending was by no means guaranteed. My guest today is Dr. Richard Harris – or Harry as he is known. Dr. Harris is an anaesthesiologist and expert cave diver. It was the confluence of these two skills that brought him to play the crucial role he played in the rescue. The stakes could not have been any higher and Harry did not even think the plan he helped design and would implement would work. But, as he puts it, it was a choice between letting the kids die a slow, painful death – or giving it a go.

For his efforts, he and his compatriot Craig Challen were given the Australian of the Year award. In spite of that, Dr. Harris is humble, possesses a service mindset, and is very quick to acknowledge that this was an amazing team effort – and a victory for the human spirit.

This is a wonderful conversation that deals with many of the themes we regularly tackle at All Things Risk:

  • Decision-making;
  • Planning;
  • Mindset;
  • Resilience;
  • Morality and ethics;
  • Humility,
  • Much more!

Show notes:

Dr. Richard Harris

Dr. Harris on Twitter

Craig Challen

The Tham Luang Cave Rescue

Harry on the prospects of the rescue succeeding

Craig and Harry’s book Against All Odds

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Feb 24, 2020

Today, we go back to some lessons from a game that mimics life – the game of poker. We welcome Alec Torelli to the show. Alec is a professional high stakes poker player, entrepreneur, and keynote speaker. He is the founder of Conscious Poker, a popular poker training platform. He has spend 14 years as a poker pro, including 3 he spent in Macau.

It goes without saying that Alec has made many high-pressure decisions under uncertainty and with high stakes involved. It also goes without saying that his experience in doing so creates many transferable insights from the poker table to other aspects of life and business. We cover a lot of these lessons in this wonderful conversation, including:

  • The ins and outs of decision-making;
  • The role of luck in life;
  • Handling adversity;
  • Managing your bankroll;
  • Reading body language;
  • Managing emotions;
  • The life of a pro poker player;
  • Tons more!

Show notes:

Alec’s website

Alec on Twitter

            On Facebook

            On Instagram

            On LinkedIn

Conscious Poker

Ep. 90 of All Things Risk with Annie Duke

Good Vibes and the Resonance Theory of Consciousness

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Feb 4, 2020

Today we take a close look at some advice, some perceived wisdom that is everywhere: "going with your gut" - that is, making decisions based on what feels right.

It's advice that is incredibly popular. It's incredibly common. And it's incredibly wrong. A gut feel is a terrible way to make a decision.

To explain, Dr. Gleb Tsipursky is back with his third appearance on the podcast. Gleb has authored a new book - Never Go With Your Gut: How Pioneering Leaders Make the Best Decisions and Avoid Business Disasters

If you have not listened to our previous episodes with Gleb, he has an academic background in neuroscience and behavioural economics, is the founder and CEO of Disaster Avoidance Experts, is the author of several books and has made numerous appearances in prominent media outlets.

In this episode, we tackle the subject of decision-making based on gut feel, why this is bad advice, and what to do instead. This is a great conversation for anyone who makes decisions, and that is all of us. Not only that, but if you are an entrepreneur, business owner, someone in a leadership position or have a big decision to make in the near future, you will especially want to listen to the whole episode. 

Show notes:

Never Go With Your Gut: How Pioneering Leaders Make the Best Decisions and Avoid Business Disasters

Disaster Avoidance Experts

Gleb on LinkedIn

Gleb’s website;

Gleb on Twitter

Enron scandal

Bernie Ebbers and the Worldcom scandal

Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman

The WeWork scandal

The Planning Fallacy

Bikeshedding (Parkinson’s Law of Triviality)

Gleb’s 5 questions to avoid decision-making disasters

Gleb’s 8 steps for making effective decisions

Gleb’s 12 mental skills to avoid cognitive biases

Episodes 45 and 76 of All Things Risk with Gleb Tsipurksy

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Jan 20, 2020

This one is a conversation about innovation, diversity, and of course, uncertainty. Our guest is Frans Johansson, one of the world’s leading thinkers and practitioners around innovation. Frans’ mission is to prepare individuals and organisations to prepare for the future. Frans is the author of the best-selling book on innovation The Medici Effect, the ideas of which led to Frans founding The Medici Group, a consulting firm that operates where diversity and innovation meet. Frans is also the CEO of the Medici Group.

Frans is all about how diversity drives innovation. This means diversity of culture, of experiences, of opinions, and how to apply these things outside of one’s framework. According to Frans, this is the key to navigating uncertainty and having success. Frans’ own background reflects this. He's the son of a Swedish father and African-American mother. He grew up in Sweden but went to university in the USA.

This is an awesome conversation that covers:

  • Innovation, with, among other things, reference to:
    • Picasso
    • Angry Birds
    • Formula 1
  • How to innovate and test ideas
  • Failure and risk
  • Gut instinct versus rationality
  • Contrarian views
  • Frans’ own approach to decision-making under uncertainty
  • Lots more!

Show notes

Frans’ website

Frans on Twitter

Frans on LinkedIn

Frans on Facebook

The Medici Effect

The Click Moment

The Medici Group

The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell

The Count of Monte Cristo

Range by David Epstein

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Jan 5, 2020

We welcome Daniel Wagner back to the show, this time to discuss his latest and insightful book The America-China Divide: The Race to Control the WorldThe book is an important follow-on to China Vision, which was published last year and on which he joined the podcast. The America-China Divide describes how China has benefited from the US-led international system, the complexity of the US-China relationship and where this is all going.

Daniel describes a vision for the future that we all need to understand, discuss and shape. This is China's Century. But what do we do about that? As Daniel puts it, we need to "wake up" and craft our own vision for co-existence with that reality.

The book has received a number of very positive reviews from renowned China scholars and policy-makers. And if you are a listener of All Things Risk, you will know that Daniel has a wonderful knack for explaining complex geopolitical phenomena in a way that is clear and understandable. 

Show notes:

The America-China Divide: The Race to Control the World in Amazon and in Amazon's UK site 

Daniel on Twitter: https://twitter.com/countryriskmgmt

Daniel’s company, Country Risk Solutions: http://countryrisksolutions.com/

Daniel’s other recent books:

China Vision on Amazon’s US site

China Vision on Amazon’s UK site

AI Supremacy

Virtual Terror

Ep. 91 with Daniel and Keith Furst, Ep 119 Ep 102 Ep 98  Ep 69,  Ep 57Ep 17 and Ep 10 with Daniel Wagner

Jan 2, 2020

This is Part Two of our annual “best of” the year episode for 2019. We have clips from:

Episode 111 – Alastair Humphreys

Episode 114 – Tikiri Herath

Episode 110 – Nancy Roberts

Episode 104 – Ed Dowding

Episode 118 – StJohn Deakins

Episode 105 – Sam Wilkin

Episode 102 – Daniel Wagner

Episode 117 – Paul-Olivier Dehaye

Episode 113 – Jeremy Gilley

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Dec 31, 2019

This is Part One of our annual “best of” the year episode for 2019. We have clips from:

 

Ep. 100 - Hilary Gallo

Ep. 101 - Luke Tyburski

Ep. 112 - Nicole Davis

Ep. 103 – Nadia Finer

Ep. 115 – Christian Hunt

Ep. 109 – Alex Hutchinson

Ep. 107 – Anna Glover and Bryan Huneycutt

Ep. 116 – Alex Sidorenko

Ep. 120 – Allison Schrager

Ep. 108 – Katie-Jane L’Herpiniere

Ep. 106 – Usman and Adeela Omar

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Dec 18, 2019

After doing 120+ episodes of All Things Risk, it’s hard not to have some episodes that completely embody the ethos of the show – to embrace uncertainty. This is one of those episodes. My guest is adventurer, travel risk expert, author and speaker Lloyd Figgins.

In 2012, Lloyd and his friend David Whiddon rowed 3,000 nautical miles (~5,000 km) from Morocco to Barbados on a plywood boat. This was an amazing journey involving two years of preparation. We hear all about it from Lloyd – from the idea, the preparation, the journey, and its aftermath.

It embraces everything about uncertainty that we love. It is also at once inspiring and filled with practical examples applicable to any endeavour.

Show notes:

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Dec 7, 2019

What can we learn about risk from how services are priced at legal brothels? What does systemic risk have to do with the paparazzi? How are big wave surfers a bit like actuaries? What does fraud tell about how people mis-calculate probabilities?

Meet Allison Schrager, author of An Economist Walks Into a Brothel. Allison is an economist, a journalist and co-founder of LifeCycle Finance Partners. She worked academically and professionally on retirement finance. She has worked with some of the world’s prestigious financial institutions and has written for the likes of The Economist, Bloomberg, Wired, Playboy and Foreign Affairs.

It’s this stacking of skills and experience that I think makes her book An Economist Walks Into a Brothel so insightful and entertaining. In the book, Allison looks at the pricing of sex work at the Moonlite Bunny Ranch in Las Vegas, risk calculations of big wave surfers, how poker players stay rational in the midst of high stakes and a lot more. So many the risk concepts are highly applicable to contexts outside of hardcore finance, Allison’s work exemplifies that and today, she joins us to share her insights in our latest episode.

We get into:

  • The origin story of the book;
  • Brothels, surfers and the paparazzi as well as the a spectacular fraud that went wrong, studying H.R. McMaster and the Gulf War;
  • How a number of financial risk concepts are applicable to wider applications – Allison’s 5 rules to risk-taking:
    • The risk free rate and risk versus reward
    • Knowing that we are irrational
    • Diversification
    • Hedging
    • Knowing that uncertainty happens
  • She shares a number of colourful stories from her book and how she conducted the research for it
  • Lots more

This was a fun and incredibly insightful conversation.

Show notes:

Allison’s website

Allison on Twitter

An Economist Walks Into a Brothel

The Moonlite Bunny Ranch

Allison’s article – “Why big-waver surfers are just like actuaries”

Crazy Eddie

Robert Merton

The Black-Scholes-Merton model

H.R. McMaster

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Nov 24, 2019

It’s always a pleasure to welcome back Daniel Wagner to the show. Daniel has been a guest several times. He is a geopolitical risk expert, CEO of Country Risk Solutions, and has written several books on risk topics – including China Vision, AI Supremacy, and Virtual Terror amongst others.

In this episode, Daniel joins me from Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire where he is on assignment and we check in on the state of the world, primarily from the perspective of geopolitics. We recorded it about a month ago, October 2019. We cover an amazing amount of ground, including:

  • The China-US trade war;
  • Greta Thunberg and climate change;
  • The trend of “party over country” in the US and UK;
  • Donald Trump and foreign policy;
  • Sustainability;
  • China’s Belt and Road Initiative;
  • What’s happening in Hong Kong;
  • Russia and election security;
  • Eliud Kipchoge’s sub-2 hour marathon and the fervour this has created in Kenya;
  • Things you might not be hearing about, particularly with regard to Africa
  • Much more

Show notes:

Daniel on Twitter: https://twitter.com/countryriskmgmt

Daniel’s company, Country Risk Solutions: http://countryrisksolutions.com/

Daniel’s recent books:

                China Vision on Amazon’s US site

China Vision on Amazon’s UK site

                AI Supremacy

                Virtual Terror

Ep. 91 with Daniel and Keith Furst, Ep 102 Ep 98  Ep 69,  Ep 57Ep 17 and Ep 10 with Daniel Wagner

The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI);

Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs)

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Nov 12, 2019

Today we continue exploring data, ethics, technology, and risk. There is a continuation of some of the ideas in Ep. 117, and many alternative viewpoints provided as well.

My guest is StJohn Deakins. StJohn is the Founder and CEO of CitizenMe, a company that enables organisations to solve problems and build closer relationships with the public through ethical user data and research tools. His vision is to create a service for everyone that allows us to unlock the value of our personal data, for our own ends. This will allow us to take control of our digital identities and assert our rights. And, as you’ll hear our data is worth more than we may think.

StJohn is quite a visionary and has been ahead of numerous trends in the tech space for some time. We cover a lot of very interesting ground in this episode:

  • The origins of CitizenMe, and how its vision is to make the internet work as originally planned;
  • The organic data that is all around us as individuals;
  • How StJohn and CitizenMe help people interct with their data;
  • The Cambridge Analytica scandal;
  • Analog versus digital memories;
  • Dark patterns;
  • Problems with our education system;
  • Ethics and governance of data;
  • Adtech;
  • Much more!

 Show notes:

StJohn’s personal site

StJohn on Twitter

CitizenMe

CitizenMe on Twitter

Lloyd’s List

Terms of Service; Didn’t Read

Charlie Brooker on tech’s next Black Mirror moment

Dark patterns

Ad Tech

Radical Everyone

Home Deus by Yuval Noah Harari

Contact, 1997 film

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Oct 30, 2019

We have a big-picture conversation today that is a fascinating look at social media, data protection, privacy, accountability and much more. Our guest is Paul-Olivier Dehaye. Paul is a Swiss-based mathematician who helped lift the lid on the Cambridge-Analytica / Facebook scandal. He has extensive expertise in and has conducted research on how social media platforms predict our behaviour and can create dangerous amplification patterns.

If you have seen the acclaimed Netflix documentary The Great Hack (and if you haven’t, I highly recommend you do), you will have come across Paul. He was instrumental in helping one of that documentary’s protagonists – New York-based media professor David Carroll - try to obtain the data Cambridge Analytica held about him. He had been looking at how Cambridge Analytica had been violating EU data protection rules well before both the Brexit referendum in the UK and the 2016 US elections. He has subsequently provided testimony to the UK parliament on this topic.

He has actually been looking at how social media platforms trade in and handle data for some time – not just by Facebook but several other firms. He is the founder of personaldata.io a non-profit that promotes digital rights and trust the digital world. It aims to help people control their digital identity.

We get into all of that and more in this fascinating conversation that covers:

  • Social media and behaviour prediction;
  • How amplification patterns work;
  • How Cambridge Analytica first came onto his radar, how he researched the firm and what he found (again, this is before the Brexit referendum and 2016 US elections);
  • Facebook – what the company is and is not doing well in light of all of this. How it is “shooting itself in the foot”. Paul had focused a lot on Facebook because it has been profoundly changing social dynamics around the world;
  • We also discuss other social platforms, particularly Uber and Tinder;
  • The “physics” of social media – and how we don’t really fully understand who this works;
  • Solutions and why many of these like in individuals’ rights to access the data companies have on them;
  • Generic risks we face as we move to an algorithmic society;
  • Much more!

Show notes:

Paul-Olivier on Twitter

                On LinkedIn

Paul-Olivier’s website

On Medium

Personaldata.io

Mydata.org

The Great Hack

The Snowden revelations

Privacy International

The OCEAN model of personality traits

Paul’s running dossier on Cambridge Analytica

Aleksandr Kogan

David Carroll   

Brittany Kaiser

Sockpuppets

“I asked Tinder for my data. It sent me 800 pages of my deepest, darkest secrets”

Article on James Farrar: “The Londoner Who Brought Uber to its Knees”

Tom Watson

India’s approach to data protection

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Oct 21, 2019

 

It’s no secret that open plan offices suck. This has been confirmed by a recent study from Harvard. Their only redeeming quality is that they’re cheap – great if the only thing that matters to the work that gets done in them is cost. For everything else, they’re terrible.

One of the things open plan offices seem to assume (in addition to assuming human beings are unaffected by distractions) is that all that matters is what happens from the neck up. This directly contradicts a basic truth about biology, decision-making and something that countless guests on the All Things Risk podcast have said – the mind and body are part of the same system.

In this short In-betweenisode, I offer some thoughts on how to do great work and make quality decisions in spite of the constraints open plan offices generate.

Show notes:

Article: It’s Official: Open Plan Offices are the Dumbest Management Fad of All Time

Article: This is Nuts: It Takes Nearly 30 Minutes to Refocus Once You’ve Been Distracted

The Pomodoro Technique

Article: How to Calm Your Mind Using a Simple Breathing Technique

Article: How to Calm Your Mind Using a Simple Breathing Technique 

Coffee naps / espresso naps - scientist agree that they work

Article: How Plants at Work Can Improve Wellbeing and Efficiency

What is a terrarium? Check out Leafage to find out a bit more

Music for concentration:

What are "Binaural Beats?"

Lo Fi beats for concentrating and studying

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Oct 10, 2019

This episode is all about risk awareness. And in many ways, it’s an unusual episode in that we get into risk management as a profession. I tend to stay away from this as a topic because I don’t believe risk should have its own jargon and rituals that only certain hallowed people can use. We all take risks, and as you will hear, the science of risk and decision-making has been around for a while.

My guest, however, isn’t your ordinary risk professional. He’s Alex Sidorenko and he has been on the show before. For the past several years, Alex has been disrupting the way in which organisations think about and practice risk management. Alex runs something called Risk Academy which offers counterintuitive and controversial views on risk management.

Next week (Oct 14-18 2019), Alex is putting together Risk Awareness Week – an online conference which offers some amazing speakers and content on risk as a management discipline – why it’s broken, how to fix it, and much more. Even if – and especially if – you are not a risk professional, you will get tons of value from my conversation with Alex and from Risk Awareness Week.

Alex is fun, and we cover a range of topics including:

  • Why risk management is all about probability theory, neuroscience and decision science – don’t let the marketing fool you;
  • Why so much corporate risk management is bullsh*t;
  • How to de-bias yourself;
  • Some great tips on decision-making;
  • How Alex and some of his colleagues beat the lottery;
  • Much more

Show notes:

Risk Academy

Risk Awareness Week

Alex on Twitter

Alex on Linkedin

On YouTube

Alex’s interview with Grant Purdy

Alex’s favourite risk management books

The Flaw of Averages by Sam Savage and Jeff Danziger

The Failure of Risk Management – Why It’s Broken and How to Fix It by Douglass Hubbard

Alex and colleagues' lottery experiment

My first episode with Alex on All Things Risk

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Sep 15, 2019

Let's talk about "human risk" - the risk of people doing things they shouldn't or not doing things they should. That definition comes from this episode's guest, Christian Hunt. Christian is the founder of Human Risk, his company which embodies his mission to bring behavioural science to organisations so they they, and their people can do the right things.
 
The whole area is incredibly important - and often mis-managed. Many organisations do the exact opposite of what would be the most effective way of helping their people do the right things. They often set rules and policies without an understanding of what it feels like for the people who try to follow them. Getting this right involves a lot of counter-intuitive thinking. We are complex and sometimes irrational. 
 
What's more and as you'll hear, as technology advances, so does exposure to human risk. That's why Christian is disrupting the way organisations manage this fascinating area. Christian is brilliant. He was the Head of Compliance at a large international bank and through his work, saw how things weren't working - for instance, why sending an authoritative email to get people to follow a policy often backfires.
 
We get into some interesting stuff which I am sure you will find highly engaging - that is, if you have to obey any rules - and that's all of us. We cover:
 
  • Christian's background and how he got into behavioural science;
  • The types of things organisations get wrong about setting policies, rules, and trying to comply with regulations;
  • Cognitive biases and how to overcome these;
  • Christian's excellent "5 Rules of Human Risk" - massive knowledge and wisdom drop!;
  • Christian's own approach to uncertainty and his vision for Human Risk;
  • much more!
 
Show notes:
 
The Human Risk website
Christian on Twitter
Christian on LinkedIn
How Netflix reinvented HR
Malcolm Gladwell's Revisionist History
Rory Sutherland
Alexander Den Heijer
The Law of Good People by Yuval Feldman
Alchemy by Rory Sutherland
Gut by Giulia Enders
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Sep 4, 2019

 

This is a conversation about uncertainty and decision-making - for certain – but it’s also one about culture, travel, books, writing, the way women are treated, justice, and career transitions. And it’s also a super fun one.

My guest is Tikiri Herath. Tikiri is an award-winning author who has written four fiction (thrillers) and four non-fiction books that focus on overcoming fears and uplifting women around the world. Tikiri’s books and work are reflective of her own very interesting background. She was born in Sri Lanka, considers herself to be Zambian, and lived in seven countries growing up including Canada and apartheid-era South Africa. Throughout her upbringing and travels, she became very drawn to the way women are treated around the world and in the different countries in which she has lived. She has woven these experiences into her work.

Tikiri’s first career was as a civil servant for the Canadian government. In fact, she worked in Brussels as part of Canada’s mission to NATO, amongst other things. However, this wasn’t where her passion was. So, as you’ll hear she “risk managed the hell” out of her career to become the successful author she is now. There are some wonderful lessons in all of that about fear, decision-making and uncertainty (and you can even get a free copy of one Tikiri’s books on this topic The Fear Buster).

We also cover off why Tikiri thinks the predominantly Asian concept of “saving face” is problematic as well as why a number of cultural traditions need to be discarded. There is loads of other great stuff in between!

Show notes:


Tikiri's website

Get a copy of Tikiri’s book The Fear Buster

Tikiri on Twitter

on LinkedIn

on Facebook

on Instagram

Brendon Burchard

The Gulag Archipelago by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

A Fine Balance by Rohinton Mistry

Jeff Bezos on decisions

Kayt Sukel on All Things Risk

Anna Glover on All Things Risk

Muhammad Yunus

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Aug 11, 2019

Is it possible for humanity to have peace? To not have violent conflict, wars or violence in our homes, schools or online via cyberbullying? As you ponder this question, you might draw on your hopes, experience of human behaviour and possibly what you think is realistic – this is a show about risk and uncertainty after all.

Meet our latest guest, Jeremy Gilley. Jeremy is the founder of Peace One Day, a non-profit organisations whose objective is to institutionalise the International Day of Peace (September 21st each year). Jeremy is a documentary film maker, actor and he founded Peace One Day in 1999.

Peace One Day is an impressive organisation. In 2001, its efforts were rewarded when the UN General Assembly unanimously adopted the first day of global ceasefire and non-violence – Peace Day. In 2007, Peace One Day Ambassador Jude Law travelled to Afghanistan and met with the government, the UN, non-governmental organisations, paving the way for a day of ceasefire in Eastern Afghanistan. This allowed 10,000 volunteers to administer polio vaccines to 1.4 million children.

Peace One Day works with world leaders, major corporations and celebrities like Jude Law and its two other ambassadors Juliet Rylance, and Mike Posner, as well as Sir Michael Caine, Forest Whitaker, Akon, Michelle Rodriguez – the list goes on and on. In a few weeks, on Sept 21st, Peace One Day will celebrate its 20th anniversary.

While this conversation certainly covers the organisation Jeremy founded, it is deeper than that. It is a conversation about who we are as human beings – about our darkness, about why cynicism kills and about what we can do about that. It serves as a reminder that violence not only takes place in far flung places but that it also occurs in our homes, schools and communities. Listen with an open mind and heart. And, on September 21st ask yourself “with whom will I make peace?”

Show Notes:

Peace One Day

                On Twitter

                On Instagram

                On Facebook

                On YouTube

Peace One Day’s Origin Story Film

Jeremy on Twitter

Jeremy on Instagram

The  Hero’s Journey by Joseph Campbell

Greta Thunberg

The Second Mountain by David Brooks

My conversation with Ken Bensinger, author of “Red Card”

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Jul 21, 2019

This conversation is all about mindset. How do you train your mind? How do you mentally approach uncertainty? Meet Nicole Davis.

Nicole is a retired volleyball player who excelled at the highest levels in the sport. That means the Olympics, where she was a silver medallist in the 2008 Beijing games and again four years later at the 2012 London games. She has played professionally in Europe and for the University of Southern California (USC) where she won back-to-back national championships in 2003 and 2004.

 

Now Nicole is a professional mindset coach with Compete to Create, a company founded by Super Bowl-winning coach Pete Carroll and prominent high-performance psychologist Dr. Michael Gervais. Nicole is a fantastic part of what is an amazing group that is leading the way in mindset training for individuals and organisations. Her insights are rooted in deep experience and understanding.

On the show we cover:

  • Nicole’s background in volleyball;
  • What it takes to be an Olympian;
  • Dealing with pressure;
  • Overcoming setbacks;
  • Tacking uncertainty and risk;
  • How to build a high-performance culture in any team or organisation
  • Tons more!

Show notes:

Nicole’s website

Nicole on:

            LinkedIn

            Twitter

            Instagram

Compete to Create

Pete Carroll

Michael Gervais

Compete to Create’s Finding Your Best course (use Nicole’s discount code “ND50“)

All Things Risk episode 90 with Annie Duke

Satya Nadella

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