Live a Brighter Life, Be a Sun Life Financial Advisor

As a mom of 3, singlehandedly raising them is no joke. Taking care of the financial needs is part of my role. Ever since I became a mom, I never rely on my parents when it comes to my kids’ needs; this became a more challenging on my part when the youngest arrived. And things got ever more interesting when I needed to move to a new home where only my kids and I live. I may have not blessed with someone whom I can rely in all means, I am still glad that I have a reliable job that help me a lot with all our financial needs. But just like how life works, I am a little bit skeptical about the idea of my job as online freelancing doesn’t provide the reliability one can get from working local.

Being financially secured is really essential especially if you have a growing family. This, on the other hand, means more to us, single parents. As I grow older, I learn that I should be financially prepared in all means knowing that kids have only me as their parent, and provider. And I am thankful for Sun Life for being part of my venture as a mom.

So without further ado, when I get the chance to join Sun Life’s event about Financial Literacy talk, I then didn’t hesitate to attend.

Live a Brighter Life

Before anything else, let’s talk about Sun Life and how they started.

Sun Life have started around 1865  and throughout those years, they have been standing still and among one of the largest insurance companies in the world. Yes, for more than a century, the company had survived 2 world wars already and talking about reliability, that explains, I guess. They’ve been the top insurance company for six (6) years and have helped a lot of clients already in achieving financial security. And to help more individuals achieve their financial security, Sun Life opens up about how becoming a financial advisor can be a beneficial to one’s life.

The forum had opened an opportunity to most of the attendees. This was an opportunity on how each of us can a brighter life. The speakers shared to the attendees on how to manage their finances better, taught us what inflation is and most importantly, help us understand the importance of financial literacy.

Photo grabbed from Sassy Cebuana
Photo grabbed from Sassy Cebuana

The first speaker was presenting about Sun Life. It discusses about the history and how have they survived that long. Their mission? Simple! It is to help their clients achieve lifetime financial security. They want to help in addressing the problem of mismanaging money so people will have a brighter life like owning what they want with ease like having a car, owning a house, send children to better schools, retirement & can travel abroad. And this is where financial advisors take their role. They can initially make the dreams of clients come true. Being a Sun Life financial advisor gives you the opportunity to make a difference in people’s lives.

The second speaker was Mr.Churchill Bejemino. He tackled about how he became a financial advisor. He shares how Sun Life had changed his life. The steps & experiences he had that helped him to improve in the business and speaking to many people, especially in the crowd.

Photo grabbed from Sassy Cebuana
Photo grabbed from Sassy Cebuana

He also shared on how he conditioned himself to have a positive mindset always. To wake up early & talk to people & share to them about the importance of financial education.

Become a Sun Life Financial Advisor

Interested to become one? Here’s how! 5 Steps to #LiveBrighter as Sun Life Advisor

  1. Join a #LiveBrighter Forum
  2. Attend the interviews/take the POP(Personality Orientation Profile) Screen Test
  3. Take the Licensing Exam at the Insurance Commission
  4. Finish the Sun Life Training Course
  5. Complete the Contracting and Coding process

For more details, follow Sun Life Financial-Philippines at Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram or visit their site at




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