To me my the most shocking insight that I found was in COVERING RISK and it was RISK= HAZARD+ OUTRAGE. Something that was shocking to me that I didn't know was that if you and your body think that one risk is upsetting you wouldn't know that it's deadly at the same time or if it's not even deadly at all. To me before this I never knew that taking risk could be so related to something that could kill people, I didn't know that there was also a formula to finding risk. A hazard is whether this thing that youtake a risk on is deadly adding with outrage which is when you get mad about this risk and get upset about it, this is the formula for the ultimate risk you can take. Something else I learned was that the main thing apart of risk that the main population of people look at is the outrage and not the hazard rather than experts who look at this the other way around. So from all of these concepts, what do we learn? No, not should we take this risk or not rather ask your self what could this risk cost me?!