Another past guest joins Pete and Curt to discuss the second book in his series on The Future of Insurance: The Startups. Author, speaker and coach Bryan Falchuk shares what he learned from the next wave in the insurance channel from startup entities that are looking to change the industry by filling gaps. Bryan talks about lessons learned and how these insuretech companies see the industry differently than the incumbent entities which were the focus of Volume I. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
062: The Future of Insurance From Disruption to Evolution with Bryan Falchuk
The Insurance Broker Podcast
Author, speaker and insurance professional, Bryan Falchuk, has interviewed some of the most innovative Insuretech business in the world today. Fascinating business success stories told with a keen eye to the drivers and issues. Quote of the Episode: “It's going to be Armageddon, there will be no agents or brokers. I think that's foolish. Because the reality is, that presumes it's just about market access. And there's nothing else that anyone would ever need, when it comes to buying insurance, which is grossly oversimplifying what risk is.” Resources https://bryanfalchuk.com Bookstore | Bryan Falchuk (1) Bryan Falchuk | LinkedIn About The Guest Bryan Falchuk is a best-selling author, speaker and consultant to the Insurance industry on the subject of innovation As well being a TED talk speaker and writing for many prestigious publications, Bryan spent over 20 years in the insurance industry with McKinsey and Co’s insurance practice, as CCO for billion dollar carrier ,and driving growth within an AI enabled Insurtech carrier. ABOUT THE HOST Sarah Myerscough is the Sales and Marketing Director of Boston Tullis Group. The founder of The Insurance Brokers Podcast, she brings a wealth of marketing experience and a fresh perspective on marketing in the insurance sector. Boston Tullis works with insurance brokers to offer solutions to business development ceilings, particularly in the rapidly developing fields of video marketing and thought leadership. If you would like Sarah to help you develop an integrated marketing strategy, using state of the art concepts, then please book a free 20 min call via Calendly CONNECT WITH SARAH https://www.facebook.com/bostontullis https://www.linkedin.com/company/bostontullis/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarahmyerscough/ https://bostontullis.co.uk/ HOSTED BY: Sarah Myerscough, Sarah.Myerscough@bostontullis.co.uk mobile: 07821903628 DISCLAIMER: The views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast belong solely to the host and guest speakers. Please conduct your own due diligence. Website: https://bostontullis.co.uk/ Evaluation Link: https://s.bostontullis.co.uk/s/podcastevaluation
Bryan Falchuk Explains That The Evolution Of Insurance Is Mindset
In this episode of Agents Influence podcast, host Jason Cass interviews Bryan Falchuk, Founder and Managing Partner of Insurance Evolution Partners, and Best-Selling Author of Future of Insurance. Bryan talks about his book and why mindset is a huge factor.Episode Highlights: Bryan shares what he has been doing since he’s written multiple books. (5:04) Bryan mentions what he realized after writing the book. (5:36) Bryan shares the opinions he received from some people about his book. (9:03) Bryan shares the interesting journey that’s been in investment. (12:24) Bryan explains why mindset is vital. (18:50) Bryan mentions the word hubris. (19:33) Bryan shares the big differentiator for an agent. (23:43) Bryan shares his experience of how the nature of work changes when a financial crisis happens. (28:44) Key Quotes: “There's better technology and worse technology but that's not really what matters because the best technology in the world is worthless if you're not going to use it right. If you're not going to deploy it effectively and empower your people to use it.” - Bryan Falchuk “You don't digitize for empathy, you digitize to take the process and the pain and the kind of monotony out of it. Empathy is all that's left and it gets amplified.” - Bryan Falchuk “Keep your eyes open to some of the new kinds of products and ways that they're being delivered so that you get to play with them rather than getting surprised by them.” - Bryan Falchuk Resources Mentioned: Bryan Falchuk LinkedIn Insurance Evolution Partners Future of Insurance Reach out to Jason Cass Agency Intelligence
Ep. 224: Bryan Falchuk: Key Takeaways From Successful Insurance Startups
Spot On Insurance
Apple Podcasts Rate and Review for SpotOn Bryan Falchuk is an Insurance & InsurTech Advisor, Speaker, Leadership Coach, and Best-Selling Author. He is the Founder and Managing Partner of Insurance Evolution Partners, a consultancy that helps insurance companies innovate and evolve during times of disruption. He is the author of The Future of Insurance Volume 1 and Volume 2, where he highlights how legacy carriers adapted to changing times and how startups responded to different circumstances. Bryan is also an expert in general management, operations, sales & distribution, and business intelligence. Bryan joins us today to discuss the lessons the pandemic taught him and how his mindset has become adapted to the disruption it brought. He shares some of the key takeaways from The Future of Insurance: From Disruption to Evolution: Volume II: The Startups and describes the difference between the problems that affect legacy carriers and startups. He explains how a well-funded startup isn’t always successful and discusses the complexities of compliance and regulations when it comes to startups. He also shares why companies - big or small - should always strive to build a healthy relationship with their regulators and discusses the lessons he has learned from failure. "There are complications in being a legacy and being a startup." - Bryan Falchuk Today on Spot On Insurance: How Bryan's life changed before the pandemic and how he adapted How the pandemic allowed business to be more efficient Why the pandemic made the business side of things have a more human approach What's new with the second volume of Bryan's book The existential threat a legacy carrier would likely never face How businesses can make capital strategies through relationships Is it harder to be an incumbent or a startup Why some are made for legacies and others for startups What is "Diversity of Thinking" and how an organization applies it Why a well-funded startup doesn't always lead to success What compliance is from a startup perspective The role of regulators in the industry and building a good relationship with them What Thimble is, what they do, and why they have a close relationship with regulators The key lessons Bryan learned from the failures he experienced What inspired Bryan to write books and blogs in the first place Key Takeaways: Some insurance businesses are only successful because they were well-invested. You all can have a good relationship with a regulator, but it takes a different approach to them. You have to build relationships and be straight with people. Resources Mentioned: Thimble Insurance Connect with Bryan Falchuk: Insurance Evolution Partners The Future of Insurance The Future of Insurance: From Disruption to Evolution: Volume I. The Incumbents The Future of Insurance: From Disruption to Evolution: Volume II. The Startups LinkedIn This episode was brought to you by….. Insurance Licensing Services of America (ILSA), America’s Premier Insurance Compliance and Licensing experts. To learn more about ILSA and their services, visit ILSAinc.com. Connect, Learn, Share Thank you for joining us on this week’s episode of Spot On Insurance. For more resources and episodes, visit SpotOnInsurance.com. Subscribe so you never miss an episode. Love what you’re learning, Spot Light your review on Apple Podcasts Rate and Review For SpotOn and share your favorite episodes with friends and colleagues!
IA 223: Back to the Future of Insurance With Bryan Falchuk
The Independent Adjuster Podcast (IA Path)
The best-selling author of the Future of Insurance, Bryan Falchuk, comes back again from the future to let us know what else he's learned from his second trip into the future of insurance. What he has to share is universal to all companies, employees, and adjusters. Don't miss this epic episode. Grab Bryan's new book at Amazon, Future of Insurance Volume 2 (the Startups) or head to https://bryanfalchuk.com/
Bryan Falchuk, author, The Future of Insurance Vol. 2
InsurTechTalk by InsurTechLA
InsurTechTalk by @InsurTechLAEpisode 38In this episode, Bryan Falchuk and Gilad Shai talk about Bryan’s new book “The Future of Insurance vol. 2.” It will be easier to send you directly to Amazon and purchase Bryan’s book because that’s what we covered in this episode. https://www.amazon.com/Future-Insurance-Disruption-Evolution-Startups/dp/B095GS1CS1/In volume II, Bryan brings the stories of the InsurTech Startups and layout to us the challenges that they had to overcome to lunch and scale their ventures in the insurance industry. Bryan and Gilad start by talking about Clover, which is at the time of the recording $CLOV traded as a MEME stock, a health insurance company outside of Bryan and Gilad’s P&C and Life daily focus. And continued to describe Thimble and ClearCover’s value prop and challenges with fronting companies. Shout-out to Jim Albert from Neptune Flood Insurance (guest speaker at InsurTechTalk episode #37).At the end of the episode, Bryan brings Kin’s story of dealing with a strategic mistake/tactic; what do you think?
Bryan recognized that seeking his own happiness may have caused harm to those he loved. By finding clarity, he transformed his previous dysfunctional relationship to a healthier place. Today, he uses his knowledge to enable others to build better relationships. Bryan shares these powerful nuggets of life wisdom: - pause and reflect on what you want - have direct conversations with those you love - find shared solutions - seeking our happiness may sometimes harm someone else - choose what we put out in the world - we can control and/or influence a problem - you're not helpless and can make change https://bryanfalchuk.com tags: Bryan, Falchuk, author, speaker, life, coach, Do, A, Day, 50, 75, 100, story, stories, that, empower, empowering, empowerment, inspire, inspiring, inspiration, encourage, encouraging, encouragement, hope, light, podcast, Sean https://storiesthatempower.com
"Is there a thing that you are latching onto that is destructible but comfortable? Do you wish you could change something, but you are struggling?" In this episode, Kristy and Bryan talk about how pain and struggle have to go deep to the core to create lasting change. Coming from a place of empathy, Bryan shares how a wake-up call lead to a change in how he was living. He was driven by anxiety and realized his bad habits had to be addressed to bring more balance. Bryan Falchuk is an author, speaker, coach, and Certified Behavior Change Specialist. Bryan shares his "Do a Day Method" and practical tips you can apply to your life now.
Bryan Falchuk on Building Better Relationships with The 50 75 100 Solution
Beyond the To-Do List
Bryan Falchuk is a Certified Personal Trainer and Behavior Change Specialist who has coached many people to improve their lives. In his professional career, Bryan has been a management consultant and executive in the Financial Services sector for nearly 20 years, having lead large teams, managed significant budgets, and turned around struggling operations. In this episode Bryan talks with Erik about the message of his book The 50 75 100 Solution: Build Better Relationships. This is Bryan's 2nd appearance on the show. He previous appeared here. This episode is brought to you by: KiwiCo - Use code 'BEYOND' for 50% off your first month and free shipping! Textexpander