Videos

This page contains videos related to the book The End Of Insurance As We Know It.

NEW! Fresh off the latest book event in Minneapolis, the incredible YouTube star Amber Wuollet of The Insurance Nerdery make this terrific recap video which also includes throwing some Minnesota shade at the host of the Los Angeles book event!

NEW! This video from legendary social media superstar and filmmaker John Bachmann was shot at the Boston book launch party. If you’re never seen any of John’s work on The Insurance Nerdery and other videos, you are missing out! I hope you enjoy watching this video as much as I did making it with John.

NEW! I had an outstanding chat with Jay Rooke on his Know Pain Know Gain podcast series that focuses on entrepreneurship. We discuss how writing a book made me an “accidental entrepreneur” and I share all the behind-the-scenes lessons I have learned as a small business “owner” as a newly published author. If you have ever thought about writing your own book and/or starting your own business, this video is for you!

MUST SEE! The viral video I used in my latest keynote is The In$urtech Rap by Curtis Goldsborough. I am honored by the shoutout in this hilarious take on insurtech!

Check out this Claims Roundtable video from Adjuster TV featuring all-star panelists debating whether we are experiencing The End Of Insurance As We Know It and the implications for the independent adjusters and the claims community at large.

The Attachment Point with Brett Fulmer and Nick Lamparelli:

Profiles in Risk with Nick Lamparelli and Carly Burnham (which shows the original cover art for the book):

Other stuff

Sometimes Rob gets to talk about his other passion: insurance and its role in promoting resilience in the face of severe weather and a changing climate. Rob is a frequent media contributor on many topics including hurricanes, wildfires, hailstorms, and much more.

Here is a recent interview with the Carolina Weather Group on recent natural disasters, experiences chasing tornado-producing storms for science, and the need for proper insurance coverage to help get families back on their feet quickly following severe weather events.

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