The All Things Risk Podcast

The All Things Risk Podcast

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86: Ken Bensinger - “Red Card”, FIFA, and the Ugly Side of the Beautiful Game
Jul 1 • 74 min
Football, the so-called ‘beautiful game”, has an ugly side: corruption. Award-winning investigative journalist Ken Bensinger joins us to talk about his new book “Red Card: FIFA and the Fall of the Most Powerful Men in Sports”.
85: Matthew Del Negro - Perseverance and “10,000 Nos”
Jun 19 • 72 min
If you were to read through the list of Matthew’s television credits, it reads like a list of some of the most acclaimed and popular shows in American, and world, TV history - The Sopranos, The West Wing, CSI: Miami amongst others. And most recently the…
84: Stephanie Harris - How Death Expands Us
Jun 5 • 68 min
We are often not taught some valuable life skills. One of these is how to deal with grief - which could come from a death but also a variety of other sources. Stephanie Harris joins us to talk about how death and grief expand us.
83: Keith Furst - From Philosophy to Finance, and a lot in between
May 21 • 80 min
In this episode, we broaden out the conversation on finance, the global economy, technology and how all of that is changing us - and we have the perfect guest for this. Meet Keith Furst.
82: Justin Recla - Navigating the Cryptocurrency Wild West
May 15 • 72 min
The world of cryptocurrencies resembles the cantina scene from Star Wars: you might find the best fighter pilot in the galaxy, but you are more than likely to run into one of the many unsavoury characters in the joint. How do you distinguish a real…
81: Adam Connors - Rediscover the Lost Art of Networking
Apr 29 • 83 min
Adam Connors joins me in this episode to talk about the power of a strong network. From a risk and uncertainty perspective, a strong network provides one with the ability to pivot quickly in the event of an unexpected setback, as well as the ability to…
80: Howard Bareham - Entrepreneurism, Advertising, the Media, and a Packet of Polos
Apr 20 • 107 min
How do you convert years of experience into something completely new? Howard Bareham, long-time media and advertising expert is on that journey. We talk risk-taking, advertising, entrepreneurism, and much more.
79: Srdja Popovic - How to Topple a Dictator
Apr 1 • 67 min
Democracy appears to be in retreat around the globe. How can dictators, and entrenched interests, with their access to vast resources and use of force, be toppled? Meet Srdja Popovic. We talk non-violent resistance and much more in this fascinating…
78: Oscar Scafidi - Kayaking the Kwanza
Mar 26 • 81 min
Adventure is about much more than excitement and novelty. It is also about facing challenges and solving problems. This is an episode about exactly that. In 2016, Oscar Scafidi and Alfy Weston became the first people to kayak the full length of the Kwanza…
77: Kyrre Lien - Understanding the “Internet Warriors”
Mar 18 • 73 min
Have you ever scrolled through the comments section of an article or a Twitter thread and wondered – “where do these ‘trolls’ come from?” Meet Kyrre Lien.
76: Gleb Tsipursky - How to Seek Truth
Mar 4 • 85 min
How do we deal with a “post truth” world? How can we engage each others in a civil manner to collectively uncover the truth about the world in which we live? Gleb Tsipursky joins me in the latest episode of the podcast.
75: Paula McGuire - Adventures in Anxiety, and a Big, Mad Swim Around Britain
Feb 25 • 68 min
Imagine that you suffer from social anxiety that is so acute that you struggle to answer the phone, open the door to your home if someone knocks, or to go outside. Now imagine that in spite of this, you’ve become an adventurer, a speaker and writer - and…
74: Nathan Freier - How Warfare is Changing, and Why the US is “At Its Own Peril”
Feb 17 • 87 min
Military strategy and warfare are changing. The world is characterised by “gray zone” competition - not quite war, not quite peace. Nathan Freier explains.
73: Joshua Phillip - China, Tongs, Triads and Geopolitics
Feb 4 • 109 min
Today, we talk China and its complex relationship with The United States and the West. My guest is Joshua Phillip, an award-winning journalist at the Epoch Times.
72: Ji-Hyun Park and Michael Glendinning - Inside, and Escape From, North Korea
Jan 21 • 97 min
Today we hear about life inside North Korea, and about two harrowing escapes from the ‘Hermit Kingdom.” Let’s go inside North Korea with Michael Glendinning and Ji-Hyun Park.
71: Gary Noesner - Hostage Negotiations, and Why Listening is More Important Than You Realise
Jan 14 • 68 min
How often do you get to listen to an hour’s worth of wisdom from the from the FBI’s former chief hostage negotiator? Well, today we get that chance. Meet Gary Noesner.
70 - “The Best” of 2017
Jan 1 • 142 min
This is our second annual “best of” episode which is a compilation of what I and some of you have considered to be your favourite excerpts from our episodes in the past year.
69: Daniel Wagner - A Look Back at the Big Picture in 2017 and Forward to 2018
Dec 26, 2017 • 63 min
Today, we look back at “big picture” events of 2017 and forward to risks that may not be on people’s radar for 2018 with 4-time guest of the podcast Daniel Wagner.
68: The Extremes of Animal and Human Physiology
Dec 17, 2017 • 37 min
What can we learn about animal and human physiology at the extremes? I speak to three leading scientists about marine animals, birds and humans - including the quest to break the 2 hour marathon barrier.
67: Eldor Arbel - Security From the Inside Out
Dec 3, 2017 • 104 min
How does Israel’s approach to public security differ from that of the USA and Western Europe? What can we learn? Today, we explore public security, terrorism, body language, mindset and more. Meet our latest guest Eldor Arbel.
66: Monika Sattler - Adventure Cycling and Listening to Your Heart
Nov 26, 2017 • 80 min
Today, we talk cycling, making decisions and taking risks with Monika Sattler. Monika is an adventure cyclist, writer and vlogger.
65 : Mark Hannaford - Medicine and More at the Extremes
Nov 13, 2017 • 68 min
Our latest episode is about the beauty and value of extremes. Extremes are fascinating. We face uncertainty at extremes, and we learn and discover at extremes. Mark Hannaford is all about that.
64: Caspar Craven - Sailing Around the World With A Family
Oct 30, 2017 • 88 min
Meet Caspar Craven. Caspar is an entrepreneur and an adventurer. He challenges conventional thinking. He has run and sold companies, competed in round-the-world yacht races and (here’s the family point), he sailed around the world for two years with his…
63: Perry Marshall - Randomness and Evolution 2.0
Oct 17, 2017 • 65 min
I talk to Perry Marshall about his book “Evolution 2.0” - which aims to look at evolution in a way that is different to what advocates of Intelligent Design and Neo-Darwinism believe. Perry’s insights are fascinating and thought provoking.
62: Tonya Recla - Play, Fear, and Super Powers
Oct 9, 2017 • 68 min
This is an episode about play, fear, power, and in fact “super powers”. My guest is Tonya Recla. Tonya is a former US counter-intelligence agent.
61: Tim Davies - Decision-Making and Performance on Fighter Jets
Sep 25, 2017 • 91 min
What is involved in decision-making and risk-taking in the cockpit of the world’s fastest fighter jets? My guest Tim Davies is here to explain and to provide lessons that are applicable far and wide.
60: Linda Swindling - Negotiation and Why You Should “Ask Outrageously”
Sep 10, 2017 • 74 min
Stepping outside one’s comfort zone is a critical element of effective risk-taking. This is true for many pursuits, from physical challenges, career decisions through to personal relationships. It is also a crucial component in negotiation.
59: Cathy O’Dowd - Decision-making and Risk on the World’s Highest Mountains
Sep 3, 2017 • 80 min
This week, we talk mountains. My guest is Cathy O’Dowd. Cathy is an adventurer, speaker and author. She was the first woman to have summited Mount Everest from both the North and South sides.
58 - Benjamin Chandelier - Conquering the Haute Route
Aug 17, 2017 • 50 min
The 7-day Haute Route Alps cycling event takes on the most famous and difficult Alpine climbs like the Alpe d”Huez, the Col d’Izoard, the Col du Glandon, the Col de la Madeleine, and others. It involves cycling 900km and climbing 20,000+ metres. Haute…
57: Daniel Wagner - Understanding “Virtual Terror”
Aug 13, 2017 • 60 min
It may sound trite, but when The Economist this week talked about the end of the internal combustion engine this week, and we hear stories about ransomware, the hacking of Game of Thrones, or cyberwarfare, we truly are experiencing the dawn of a new age.…
56: Laura Dal Farra - On Culture, Change, Martial Arts and Authenticity
Aug 7, 2017 • 86 min
Laura Dal Farra makes her return to the show. Laura was my guest on episode 3. She is a writer, entrepreneur and martial artist. If you haven’t yet done so, you can listen to her journey spending three and a half years learning Muay Thai in Thailand in…
55: Ilan and Guy Ferdman - Why You Should Face Your Fears
Jul 31, 2017 • 72 min
Why is it important to sometimes (in fact, more often than you might think) use fear as a mechanism for facing uncertainty? Why and how might there be merit to letting the things you want “come to you”? What do we get wrong about the concept of the ego?…
54: Michele Battle-Fisher: Transhumanism is Coming, Are We Ready?
Jul 16, 2017 • 83 min
Transhumanism is coming, are we ready?
53: Alex Sidorenko - Making Great Decisions “With Risks in Mind”
Jul 9, 2017 • 91 min
Thinking Counter-intuitively to Make Great Decisions with “Risks in Mind”
Inbetweenisode 14 - The Power of “Maybe”
Jul 4, 2017 • 11 min
The Power of “Maybe”
52: Jacki Hill-Murphy - Recreating Journeys of Extraordinary Adventuresses
Jun 25, 2017 • 80 min
Recreating Journeys of Extraordinary Women Explorers
51: John Perkins - From Economic Hit Man to Life Economy Champion
Jun 18, 2017 • 61 min
From Economic Hit Man to Life Economy Champion
50: Ru Wikmann - Purpose, Fitness, Philosophy, and Mindfulness
May 29, 2017 • 88 min
Purpose, Fitness, Philosophy, and Mindfulness
49: Nancy Hartwell - Understanding and Combating Human Trafficking
May 21, 2017 • 79 min
Understanding and Combating Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery
48: Kathy Gruver - Health, Stress and Resilience
May 15, 2017 • 52 min
Health, Stress, Balance and Resilience
Ep 47: Charles Cassidy - Evidence-Based Wisdom
Apr 26, 2017 • 100 min
Evidence-Based Wisdom
46: Neville Johnson - The Legendary John Wooden, Success, and Wisdom
Apr 17, 2017 • 61 min
The Legendary John Wooden, Success and Wisdom
45: Gleb Tsipursky - How to Find Your Purpose Using Science
Apr 9, 2017 • 84 min
How to Find Meaning and Purpose Using Science
In-betweenisode 13: Introversion, Extroversion and Risk-Taking
Apr 3, 2017 • 10 min
Introversion, Extroversion and Risk-Taking
44: Erik Newton - Risk and Resilience in Love and Relationships
Mar 27, 2017 • 88 min
Risk and Resilience in Love and Relationships
43: Marc Stoiber - Authenticity, Future-Proofing and Brands in the Post Mad Men Era
Mar 19, 2017 • 70 min
Authenticity, Future-Proofing and Brands in the Post-Mad Men Era
42 - Wilson Horrell - Lifting heavy, running long
Mar 12, 2017 • 70 min
What are the odds? Lifting heavy, running long
41: Tim Stanley - What Does Russia Want?
Feb 26, 2017 • 82 min
What Does Russia Want?
40: Souleyman Bah - Sprinting, Tunnel Vision, and Perspective
Feb 20, 2017 • 76 min
Sprinting, Tunnel Vision, and Perspective
In-betweenisode: Gut Feeling versus Critical Thinking
Feb 13, 2017 • 14 min
Are Gut Feeling and Critical Thinking At Odds?
39: Chris Ruggiero - Why You Should “Just Go”
Feb 6, 2017 • 74 min
Entertainment in the Digital Age and Why You Should “Just Go”
38: Tom Hardin - “Tipper X” on Ethics, Decisions, and Resilience
Jan 29, 2017 • 111 min
The Resilience of “Tipper X”
37: André Goeritz - Venturing into the Unknown, and Setting World Records
Jan 22, 2017 • 113 min
Art, the Unknown, and Ultra Cycling World Records
36: Ford Fischer - On Transhumanism
Jan 15, 2017 • 74 min
Transhuman: A Documentary
In-betweenisode - In Praise of Small Victories
Jan 11, 2017 • 9 min
In Praise of Small Victories
35: The “Best” of 2016 Part Two of Two - Risk Takers, Resilience and Randomness
Jan 1, 2017 • 126 min
Risk Takers, Resilience, and Randomness
34: The “Best” of 2016, Part One of Two - “The Big Picture”
Dec 25, 2016 • 125 min
“Big Picture” Conversations
33: Erica and Warren Pole - Endurance Sport, Nutrition and Entrepreneurship
Dec 19, 2016 • 104 min
Ep. 33: Erica and Warren Pole - Endurance Sport, Nutrition, and Entrepreneurship
32 : John Lark - Context, Confirmation Bias, and Achieving What You What
Dec 12, 2016 • 96 min
Context, Confirmation Bias, and Achieving What You Want
31: Sean Douglas - From Rock Bottom to Resilience Coach
Nov 29, 2016 • 71 min
From Rock Bottom to Resilience Coach
30: Nicholas McCarthy - One-handed Concert Pianist
Nov 20, 2016 • 72 min
Nicholas McCarthy - One-handed Concert Pianist
29: Ros Kirkland - Humanitarian Aid, Disaster Recovery and Conflict Response
Nov 14, 2016 • 69 min
International Humanitarian Aid, Disaster Recovery and Conflict Response
28: Kayt Sukel - The Art of Risk
Nov 8, 2016 • 91 min
The Art of Risk
27: Jonathan Pritchard - Mind Reading, Magic, “Echo Time” vs “Real Time”
Oct 31, 2016 • 85 min
Mind Reading, Magic, Mentalism, “Echo Time” vs “Real Time”, Pickpocketing and more!
26: Anke Herrmann - Going Through Walls, Embracing Uncertainty and Being Flamenco
Oct 17, 2016 • 89 min
Going Through Walls, Embracing Uncertainty and Being Flamenco
25: Mark Blyth - Austerity , Technocracies, Trumpism and More
Oct 10, 2016 • 67 min
Austerity, Technocracies, Trumpism
24: Taylor Zajonc- Shipwrecks, Expeditions and Survival
Oct 3, 2016 • 85 min
Shipwrecks, Expeditions, and Survival
23: Christine McNab - On The Art of Saving a Life
Sep 20, 2016 • 75 min
On The Art of Saving a Life, A River Runs With Her, and more
22: Drew Taddia - From Professional Athlete to Wellness Warrior
Sep 13, 2016 • 86 min
On Building Resilience Through Nutrition and Wellness
21: Tony Haile - On Polar Expeditions, Media in the Digital Age, and Just About Everything in Between
Sep 4, 2016 • 87 min
On Polar Expeditions, Media in the Digital Age, and Just About Everything in Between
In-betweenisode - End of Summer, a Look Ahead to Autumn
Aug 30, 2016 • 9 min
End of Summer, a Look Ahead to Autumn
20 - Michele Battle-Fisher: Systems Thinking and Uncertainty, Public Health and Policy, and of course, Puffins
Aug 23, 2016 • 84 min
Systems Thinking and Uncertainty, Public Health and Policy, and of course, Puffins
In-Betweenisode: Think Big, Start Small
Aug 17, 2016 • 16 min
Think Big, Start Small
Ep.19: Hari Kalymnios - Health, Leadership and Becoming “Super Human”
Aug 10, 2016 • 79 min
Health, Wellness, Leadership and Becoming “Super Human”
Ep 18: Laura Bingham - Cycling across South America - with no money
Jul 27, 2016 • 61 min
Cycling across South America with purpose and belief, but no money!
Inbetweenisode: Fifty Million Shades of Gray
Jul 20, 2016 • 11 min
Embracing nuance for greater happiness and performance
17: Daniel Wagner - Global Risk Agility and Decision-Making
Jul 11, 2016 • 65 min
Global Risk Agility and Decision-Making: Organisational Resilience in the Era of Man-Made Risk
Ep 16: Hayden Lee - Travel, Pure Uncertainty, and “Near Death” Stories
Jul 6, 2016 • 66 min
Travel, Pure Uncertainty, and “Near Death” Stories
In-Betweenisode: On Brexit, and Responding to Greater Uncertainty and Volatility
Jun 29, 2016 • 20 min
On Brexit, and Responding to Greater Uncertainty and Volatility
15: Faisal Hoque - Entrepreneurship, Resilience, and Surviving to Thrive
Jun 22, 2016 • 66 min
Entrepreneurship, Resilience, and Surviving to Thrive
In-between-isode: Resilience, Grit, and Motivation
Jun 15, 2016 • 9 min
Resilience, Grit and Motivation
14 - Nick Copperwaite - Leadership from Counter-Insurgency Operations against the Taliban to Canary Wharf
Jun 7, 2016 • 91 min
Leadership from Counter-Insurgency Operations against the Taliban to Canary Wharf
13: Stéphane Bussard - Diplomacy, History, the Individual Experience, and the Craft of a Foreign Correspondent
May 31, 2016 • 70 min
Diplomacy, Foreign Affairs, History, the Individual Experience, and the Craft of a Foreign Correspondent
Inbetweenisode: How to Take Risks - Regret Versus Disappointment
May 24, 2016 • 11 min
How to Take Risks - Regret Versus Disappointment
12: Kevin Knabe - Design, the Making of Sense, and How “Everything” Came to be the Way it is
May 17, 2016 • 69 min
Design, the Making of Sense, and How “Everything” Came to be the Way it is
11: Anna Glover - Creativity, Risk, The Performing Arts, and How to Let Your Path Find You
May 10, 2016 • 88 min
Creativity, Risk, The Performing Arts, and How to Let Your Path Find You
Ep 10: Daniel Wagner - Geopolitics, Risk Agility, Country Risk - and Robert Plant
May 3, 2016 • 73 min
Geopolitics, Risk Agility, Country Risk, - and Robert Plant
9 - Luke Tyburski - Taking Risks, Battling Depression, and Becoming “The Ultimate Triathlete”
Apr 26, 2016 • 141 min
Taking Risks, Battling Depression, and Becoming “The Ultimate Triathlete”
In-betweenisode: How much should we worry about dying from terrorism?
Apr 13, 2016 • 12 min
How much should we worry about terrorism?
7 - Robert Earl Stewart: Writing, Running, Poetry, and the Rise and Fall of the RPWA
Apr 5, 2016 • 110 min
Writing, Running, Poetry, and the Rise and Fall of the Role Playing Wrestling Allliance
Episode 7 Teaser: Robert Earl Stewart
Mar 30, 2016 • 4 min
Robert Earl Stewart
Ep 6: Alison Taylor: Culture and Corruption
Mar 23, 2016 • 60 min
Corruption and Culture
In-betweenisode 3: Bruce Lee, Resilience, Authenticity and Self-Awareness
Mar 17, 2016 • 11 min
Bruce Lee, Resilience, Authenticity and Self-Awareness
5: Tarran Kent-Hume: Kayaking the Amazon, Facing Fears, and Chasing Dreams
Mar 9, 2016 • 117 min
Kayaking the Amazon, Facing Fears, and Chasing Dreams
4: John Morrison - In the Eye of the Storm
Feb 29, 2016 • 94 min
In the Eye of the Storm
Inbetweenisode 2 - Things Will Go Wrong
Feb 24, 2016 • 13 min
Things Will Go Wrong
3: Laura Dal Farra - Minimalism, Muay Thai, and the Eastern Mind
Feb 16, 2016 • 86 min
Minimalism, Muay Thai, and the Eastern Mind
“In-betweenisode” : Uncertainty, Presence and Flow
Feb 12, 2016 • 14 min
This is a short “in-betweenisode” in which I share some thoughts about how to train and help ourselves be more fully present to better manage uncertainty. Normally, the show features long-form conversations but from time to time, I will post…
2 - Martian Cioana: Happiness, Turning the Pedals, Racing Across Two Continents
Feb 2, 2016 • 81 min
Happiness, Turning the Pedals, Racing Across Two Continents