7 Fabulous Quotes from Zhou Qunfei
Zhou Qunfei is the youngest from a poor Chinese’s family. She went from high school drop out and factory worker to the world’s wealthiest self made women with a net worth of over $7.4 billion dollars. Her dream to become a fashion designer didn’t pan out. Looking back now, maybe that wasn’t such a bad thing after all.
After she worked in a watch glass factory, she quit there to start her own business. At 22 years old she used her savings of $3000 to buy her own company, making watch lenses.
In 2001 they won the contract to make cellphone sceens for the Chinese giant TCL Corporations. Soon afterwards she started Lens Technology which now supplies screens for Apple, Motorola and other companies.
Due to never learning English there are only a handful of quotes I could find but these give an insight into this powerful, hardworking business women and here are her fabulous quotes.
“Twice I had to sell my house to pay my employees’ salary.”'Twice I had to sell my house to pay my employees' salary.'Click To Tweet
“I got this call, and they said, ‘Just answer yes or no, and if the answer’s yes, we’ll help you set up the process, I said yes.”
“I’m not qualified to be a high-profile person.”
“I think it’s important not to get carried away when you are successful — and not to let yourself feel gloomy when times are bad.”'I think it's important not to get carried away when you are successful — and not to let yourself feel gloomy when times are bad.'Click To Tweet
“During the period of China’s rapid economic growth, there were plenty of opportunities for entrepreneurs, including women. It allowed me to develop my business.”
“In the village where I grew up, a lot of girls didn’t have a choice of whether to go to middle school. They would get engaged or married and spend their entire life in that village, I chose to be in business, and I don’t regret it.”I chose to be in business, and I don’t regret it.”Click To Tweet
“My father had lost his eyesight, so if we placed something somewhere, it had to be in the right spot, exactly, or something could go wrong,” she said. “That’s the attention to detail I demand at the workplace.”