Edmund Lee was born into a well-off family. He grew up in poverty and was eager to start his own business after graduating from high school.
His first business was mainly in greeting card production, and he was already one of the largest order takers in the insurance industry. When the traditional greeting card business was hit by high technology, the demand for greeting cards plummeted and the company was forced to close down as it could not cope with the financial situation.
Edmund, who loved books as much as gold, started his second business (publishing) from scratch and started a business magazine called Entrepreneur Magazine.
In a short span of one year, Edmund was lured into a scam meeting and gave away the whole company overnight. At the age of 32, Edmund was left with a mountain of debt and had once thought of cutting himself.
Edmund’s family never gave up on him, his two brothers supported him selflessly, and a few of his friends encouraged him, but the only thing that made Edmund give up on suicide was the words of his parents. It’s the most important thing in life, and Edmund has found himself saying, “I’m back”.
Edmund got up from where he had fallen and has now published more than twenty autobiographies.
In 2014, at the age of 38, Edmund met his mother-in-law, Maria, who had been abandoned by her children in an old people’s home. Her ordeal made Edmund ponder and he began to write the book “Declining Years” with his current wife.