Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing is the richest man in Asia. His fortune is estimatedat USD20,1 billion.
Behind its success, it turns out that Li Ka-shing has an interesting story. He was forced to quit school and finance his family's life before he was successful.
He began to open his first factory at age 22 and in a few years has become amanufacturer, property developers and investors. Now, he's become an investor in technology.
He is one of the largest investor Facebook and recently acquired the United Kingdom telecommunications company O2 bought at a price of Us $ 15 billion.
Himself admitted, since childhood has become the backbone of her family. Li Ka-shing along with his family had to move to Hong Kong, his father died of tuberculosis.He had to leave school before the age of 16 and worked in a factory.
During the work, Li gives 90 percent of her salary to her mother. His success in making a living for the family taught him about the value of social and generous attitude.
"No matter how powerful you are, if you don't have a large heart, you will not succeed," said Li quoted from Business Insider, Friday (30/6/2015).
Despite dropping out of school at a young age, and never received a college degree,he was always an avid reader, that's what made him successful.
For example, he could finish the book accounting with no experience, he taught himself from the book. Perhaps one of the factors in favor of his success is his passionin the work. In 2010, he told Forbes, "the enjoyment of the most important for me is to work hard and make more profit".