"I'm your host Reese Arbor here with my trustee co host Sir Isaac of Glenmore or hailing from glenmore. I got to point out your voices Horse today because you gave four hours of expert talking at the University of Utah Dental school shoutout to that was a lot Shoutout to the my young friends at H. ES It's a great place And proud of them utes today for 'em wearing my Utah jazz shoes Donovan. Mitchell specials the snatching lean additions and I got a t shirt with a spy. Mitchell logo. I gotta be honest. That might be a power dad move. That's like a pretty powerful. Dad moved like matching tee shirt. Matching sneaks. Yeah Yeah I think it is. That's our dad move. I like it. I'm sick people are questioning my questioning me an all new way. Have you been in the desert cert- now the desert street me right. Everything's great your Your beards blowing wind. It's no shave. November did get ahead star because I wasn't clean-shaven when it began but it's just to long right now but I'm committed to going. I've never been to a beard bar before any listeners. You WanNa give me any beard Barbara. Tips need to pick one. And I don't know what to do. I'm really nervous. Pray for you for you so I WANNA ask you a question about today okay. So today we're talking about risk I've got I've got a cool story that I just heard yesterday on a podcast. It was just like so fascinating and then got a really a story about a really cool experiment. You don't know either. One of these are coming and when a spring them on you live in front of the audience and put you on the spot. But that's the most real race we get but here's a question. I'm going to start with real quick nick We're talking about risk today. I feel like when I hear stories of you as a young lad roaming the plains of Idaho. You were fairly risky childlike. You've had a lot of broken skin bones and surgeries is that fair statement. Yes and expert my ancestors exponentially more than me but I did have acquire litany compared to my kids. My kids are getting at stitches. We need to get him some. I was having stitches. Were like the summer activities. It quarterly multiple quarterly activity out a minimum. So do you think I mean we don't have time for all the glorious stories stories of Jumping sled dog Harz boating adding run over by the tractor dog John's kicks but I also like through the guy but that was one you didn't want to hear it. We're not going to tell you know I I want to. We can't so. Do you think like fast forward into your your prime age right now. You I mean you're an entrepreneur. You start a business you got it out you know alley were twelve thirteen years into a business and my and my prime i. I think you're right now. I haven't said it but some I mean compared to the average human though to like like as an adult you are probably like more risky person to pursue the career path and business. Oh Yeah you've pursued right. It's kind of like yeah like I operator on a uncomfortably like I'm always a little bit fast faster paced than I probably then then would be comfortable for others. I'm just really curious yesterday. Listen to this podcast I just typed in the word risk into my podcast APP in okay. Okay I wish they would have kept going. There's this red bull podcast called risk. Made me do it. And they interviewed like insane. Athletes Red Bull athletes. Do Crazy stuff you know and They didn't have too many episodes but it was really cool. So I listen to this one episode with this Leading and Kim Chambers and It's just crazy crazy story so Kim Chambers if you look it up right now. She's like a a world famous They call them marathon open water. Marathon swimmers like they'll swim for twenty hours individually or as a team in open sea water which is so frightening. Yes so but she's telling the story of how she was kind of a pretty normal life One day she's wearing high heels and trips downstairs on her high heels hits her legs so hard that it like almost had to be amputated just falling downstairs and hitting her leg had to relearn to walk move to your process to relearn to walk. It was kinda crazy so so. She's like normal. Life has accident and then during her rehab process. She starts swimming. Maybe she swam a little bit before but she was definitely swimming. A lot in her rehab. How process and this is up in San Francisco? And she's she's swimming with these people who say hey. We want you to come help crew for us on this race. We're going to do with in the swimming races. It's a team. I think it's six people that goes from San Francisco to I've never heard of the islands until yesterday fairlawn islands have you. Have you heard of those before. The fair lawns is thirty miles off the coast of San Fran. She she's on this she's crewing on this boat and they're they're kind of like testing the water for swimming. Turns out that these waters CR- crossing his area called the Red Triangle which is the most it has the highest population highest concentration of great white sharks in the whole world in this red triangle area outside of the Farallon islands so anyway she says on the podcast is why bring it up. She says on the podcast after having this accident leaving pretty normal life kind of getting interested in swimming. She says she remembers the day the moment the year when she's sitting on this boat in this red triangle a great white shark inhabited waters with his team swimmers. And they say hey. Do you WANNA start training with us to to do this. And she's like yes. I'm meant for this. And then fast for like a year later so and she actually becomes the first woman to swim the reverse fairlawn islands to the Golden Gate Bridge. It's it's a seventeen hour swim. She starts at midnight and swims in Blackwater her like choppy seas at midnight by herself with a boat alongside alongside of her for seventeen hours in the most great white inhabited waters in the world. The point is I'm like listening to this person. Talk about something in her brain rain that made her want to take risks that the average human like way not even close to the average human being whatever. Take it to the point where actually see said for for this race. That fairlawn Golden Gate Bridge. She said that she wrote all over passwords and banking information down posted in her apartment. She folded Oliver Laundry. Clean up the whole house because she wasn't sure she was gonNA come back from the swim like she was mentally prepared to go swim this race and thinking like if if I get taken down by a great white shark that's totally part of the GIG and whatever like I'm prepared to do that. So the point of the podcast today I wanNA talk about is every obviously everyone has such a different capacity for risk. I wouldn't have done half the things you did as a child in the you know the mean streets of Idaho. The mean farms of Idaho A lot of people wouldn't do make business or entrepreneurial decisions The most living human beings would never swim in water like that. You know so what we're GONNA talk about. I'm so scared of Sharks Fan. So you're you're definitely you're scared of lines of small animals. I mean small songs. Even sometimes I'm good at dogs now. Scorpions qualified the small animal. There's there I do have a long list of fears that Republicans they're very widely national. That's slightly slightly red eye. Yeah see I think a lot of people would be freaking out about a black dark water swim like I don't like swimming in dark waters period like dark pools fool like they're you know something's there in I mean it's just crazy so what we're going to explore today is is like this this relationship between risk and people's financial decisions and how some people just wired differently and how at the C.. I've got another story for you. Don't know it's coming but we're GONNA talk about what people can actually do if they happen to be the kind of people that liked just take risks. Even if they don't need to we're GonNa talk about how you can kind of temper that and some measures you can put in place So he don't make any like Ma- major decisions and getting eaten by financial great white shark in the middle of a black ocean for no. Yeah and I WANNA go and chat a little bit of when we come back about this idea of what like how to to determine if you're to put yourself in the right risk category for yourself so that you feel comfortable in that life feels good and you're not freaking out then that you don't think you should be taking more risk but you just kind of like own who you are and can move on kind of like be yourself right hi well. Let's take a quick quick break in when we come."