It does now matter if you are a major business leader, a student, or a person simply looking to better your life, QI group Executive Chairman Vijay Eswaran is looking to help them achieve as much as possible in the future. Over the course of his career, Vijay Eswaran has looked to reveal many of the secrets to his personal success in a bid to make sure as many individuals as possible have the chance to become as successful as he in the future. Read more: Dato’ Sri Vijay Eswaran Speaks At World Economic Forum 2016
The need to assist others in becoming as successful as possible began for Vijay Eswaran early in his career when he released the best selling book. “In The Sphere Of Silence”; the core of this book was about the aid that can be found in simply relaxing and calming the cluttered minds we all have over the course of our lives. Learn more about Vijay Eswaran: http://mlmnation.net/dato-vijay-eswaran-taxi-driver-worth-500-million-dollars-932/
The London School of Economics graduate spends at least one hour each morning meditating to make sure his mind is focused on the ideas and tasks he needs to complete each and every day.
The modern world as a whole has made it difficult for any of us to concentrate, in the view of Vijay Eswaran; the QI Group Executive Chairman explains his belief that we are bombarded with information throughout each and every day about events we cannot affect, Eswaran explains he uses his meditation time each day to clear his in of events he has no control over.
In 2016, the Qi Group co-founder released his latest book, “Two Minutes From The Abyss”, which revealed how a sense of urgency and fear of falling into the business abyss can drive any network marketer or business leader to become the best they can be at their job.
In this book, Vijay Eswaran looks to explain just how the need to achieve as much as possible and the development of a sense of urgency can make a major difference in the success achieved; Eswaran also explains how the need to live in the present can stop any business leader from spending too much time living in either the past or the future at the expense of the now.