Vijay Eswaran Has Had A Positive Impact On Millions Worldwide

Posted on March 21, 2018

Throughout Asia, the Near East and the Middle East, Vijay Eswaran is known for the fantastic job he did in building the network marketing giant, The QI Group. He is also revered and regaled for his generous philanthropic works. Forbes Asia even named him a Hero of Philanthropy. Vijay Eswaran also holds a place of honor in the hearts and minds of millions for the economic opportunities and avenues to improve their lives he has afforded them by providing work for them and their loved ones through the QI Group. Plus, millions of others have been positively impacted by reading his articles and books and hearing his speeches.

Vijay Eswaran is a legendary figure in many parts of the world for his success as a businessman. In the face of seemingly insurmountable obstacles, he was able to start a company during tough economic times with little money, experience or support. Within a decade that company, the QI Group, was generating about a billion dollars annually in revenue. How he was able to do it is what intrigues many people. Vijay Eswaran explains that it’s because of his personal philosophy about the importance of the right mindset, plan and work ethic, that he has been able to enjoy that level of success.

The personal philosophy of Vijay Eswaran is simple yet powerful. If a person can create and hold a clear picture of their success in their mind, not let doubt enter and work wisely and consistently, success is almost a foregone conclusion. Eswaran has demonstrated the power of this philosophy time and again with the often Herculean tasks he has undertaken at achieved. The method behind his ability to help the members of his organization and people worldwide to do the same is outlined in his long-form article ‘The 5 Cs of Servant Leadership’.

It’s not that Vijay Eswaran is fearless. It’s that he has learned to harness fear and use it to fuel his actions. He describes the process in detail in his articles ‘Two Minutes From The Abyss’, ‘3 Ways Fear Drives Success’ and ‘The Stages Of Change’.