J. Darrin Gross:
I'd like to ask you, Chris Miles, what is the biggest risk?
I think the biggest risk and this would apply to me or my clients, or anybody really, is ignorance? Right? Like, I always tell people, if you think education is expensive, try ignorance. You know, ignorance is seriously the most expensive thing in your life. I mean, that's really this whole conversation about you mentioned Trump, right? You know, people are mad about his tax turns. That's ignorance, you know, like, it's, it's what you know, and what you can do that actually creates the most money creates most protection, people can say, Hey, I don't need that insurance, right, like that protection. But if they're ignorant to the risk they're already taking, it doesn't matter what they think it doesn't matter how positive thinking you can do. That risk is still there, you know, you stuff to manage, and figure out what to do with that risk. And so I think that really is the biggest risk is just ignorance is what what you don't know is what hurts you. And also what you don't know is what keeps you being hurt. It keeps you living a life of struggle and lack. And if you can find the answers, if you can find out the information you need and act upon it, not just know it, but act upon it. You now you become somebody who's actually more unstoppable doesn't mean you don't have risk in your life. But it just means that if you're always in the mindset of, Hey, I'm ignorant about something at some time all the time, right? You'll start to realize I need to keep learning and if you keep learning, you have a much better chance of success than those that think they know it all. They think that whatever they've been told, that's the truth. And that's, to me is the biggest risk.