Xiao CHEN 陈潇
Transamerica Financial Advisors
In 2016, I plan to continue to provide families across the US the opportunity to build and protect their wealth. I will also strive to be a better husband, a better father, and keep on improving myself by reading at least twenty books.
What was your first job, and how did it shape your life?
My first job was a part time skycap assistant at the Indianapolis International Airport while in college. At this job, I have met tons of people from all walks of life. It had taught me to deal and cope with different personalities.
What keeps you awake at night?
Usually the things I didn’t get to finish before the day is over. I’m either up all night finishing them or in bed thinking about them. Other than that, I like to catch up on all my “Chicago Med/Fire/PD” episodes before I go to sleep.
What books are currently on your bedside table?
I Love Annuities…and you should too by Jim Fox. And also a Chinese novel called The Ordinary World by author Lu Yao.
When do you feel most free?
When I’m on the road driving.
What was the last present you received?
A scarf from my wife, already wore it a couple of times to my performances.
What’s your view on money?
Money is power, and it amplifies the heart of its owner. If a good person has money, he/she will put it to good use, to the benefit of the society. If the opposite is true, then great evil can be created with money as well.