Life is Short.

Life expectancy in Singapore is 83.2 years (2018). In other words, I have

another 54 years to live.

I spent a quarter of my life in school and to find out what to do when I grow up. When I matured, I understood why I was uninsurable since birth – congenital heart disease.

I thought to myself,

what if I am hospitalised? And what if I cannot work till I retire?

In reality, I could not find an answer. Emphatically, these are real fears that I battle with everyday.

After I joined the insurance industry (by chance), I understood the value of my role as a responsible consultant and not merely a product salesman. In fact, I was motivated to work everyday for the past 8 years.

For the most part, I want to meet as many people as I can. Because I know my story can become a valuable sharing to everyone around me, especially to those whom I care for.

Now, another chapter in my life begins – when I leave this world, do I leave quietly, or will my work help someone make the right decision?

You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough. – Mae West

At the end of the day, missing the boat once is enough.

Life insurance is like a parachute; if you don’t have it the first time you need it, there is no second chance. – Luis A. Ortiz Haddock

This quote depicts my entire life.



Zhe Liang

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