- Wealth coach and a TV and radio personality
- Barclays’s Executive Distributor Top Earner, Herbalife’s Get Team Top Earner, Issho Genki Diamond Executive (one of the only two to achieve such an award), Prudential Pension Plan’s Top General Agent, and Vision Unlimited, Inc.’s former CEO, where he has helped and coached over 50 people to become millionaires in their business
- Author of the best-selling book, “Till Debt Do Us Part: Practical Steps To Financial Freedom,” and “For Richer and For Poorer,” which together has sold over 100,000 copies
Ferdinand “Chinkee” Tan is a wealth coach and a TV and radio personality whose wisdom and strength are drawn from a life full of challenges. Born in Tondo, Manila of Chinese parentage, Chinkee is the eldest of three children. After his father experienced big losses in business, he started to realize the importance of perseverance and hard work at a very young age. The family crisis brought him to Divisoria where he bought anything that he could peddle to classmates and friends, including toilet papers, from which he made some profits. It was this part of his life where he developed his business acumen. In the course of his early start as a budding entrepreneur and the different challenges it presented, his vision in life was crystallized: to be a very successful entrepreneur who would be at the providing end of earning opportunities for people who need them.
Sure enough, the succeeding part of his life witnessed to the realization of this vision. He embarked on various ventures where he always figured out ways to reap good returns.
He was one of Randy Santiago’s Hawi Boys (where he got his nickname “Chinkee”). His major accomplishments, however, is in sales and network marketing. He was Barclays’s Executive Distributor Top Earner, Herbalife’s Get Team Top Earner, Issho Genki Diamond Executive (one of the only two to achieve such an award), Prudential Pension Plan’s Top General Agent, and Vision Unlimited, Inc.’s former CEO, where he has helped and coached over 50 people to become millionaires in their business.
Chinkee’s firm belief: “Just help enough other people to get what they want and you will also get what you want in life.” Now he is one of the most respected Filipino motivational speakers in the nation. He is known for his sincerity and how he speaks from the heart. His audience includes retired employees, executives, private and government employees, students, church leaders and even out-of-school youth. Speaking on topics as varied as financial management, self-confidence, and leadership development, Chinkee is a Filipino life coach and lifestyle trainer who can tailor development programs for any organization or group to help communicate its vision and goals and motivate its personnel to achieve their fullest potential.
He considers himself an “edu-tainer” who delivers his message in a very meaningful, funny, and practical way.
Chinkee is also the author of the best-selling book, “Till Debt Do Us Part: Practical Steps To Financial Freedom,” and “For Richer and For Poorer,” which together has sold over 100,000 copies.
- How to Get Out of Debt
- Six Steps to Financial Freedom
- Be the Best That You Can Be
- 6 D’s of Success
- How To Reach Your Maximum Potential
- How to Speak Effectively in Public
- How To Overcome Fear In Public Speaking
- Six Steps to Improve Self-Image
- Developing a Winning Mindset
- How To Deal With Change
- Power Of Entrepreneurship
- Developing Your Selling Skills
- Revealing The Leader Within You
“The lecture could not have come at a better time with the prices of almost all commodities going up. The lecture was interestingly simple and complex. The objective is easy- SAVE MONEY- but the steps are quite difficult. The lecture by Chinkee Tan identified these steps and made it look “ACHIEVABLE”. The right frame of mind “INCOME-SAVING-EXPENSE” rather than “INCOME-EXPENSE-SAVINGS” enabled me to save in 3 months what would usually take me a year. Thanks again to Chinkee.” – Jojo G. Adriano,
Area Nutrition Manager – Infant Health Nutrition, Nestle Philippines
“Though money is a serious topic, in general people don’t seem to give it the attention is deserves. They say when one speaks beyond 40 minutes, people start to get restless or sometimes bored, not in your case bro.” – Peter Kairuz, Host, CBN Asia