Vijay Eswaran has given people the world over a very precious gift. He has shown them how to use the power of their minds to create the prosperous reality they desire. Eswaran has done so not only through his books, articles and speeches, he is a living example that what he says is the truth. He has used his personal philosophy to rise up from a working class community in Penang, Malaysia to earn a college degree, build a thriving, lucrative company, create millions of jobs, start several helpful, life-altering charitable organizations and become one of the 50 richest people in Asia.

All of the success Vijay Eswaran has enjoyed is due to the personal and business philosophy that is the driving force in his life. It is based on the idea that if you can picture yourself succeeding in your mind’s eye, believe that vision and take the steps necessary to make it manifest itself in real life it will become a reality. Eswaran has been teaching people how to do this through his motivational talks as well as his books In The Sphere of Silence, In The Thinking Zone, On The Wings of Thought and 18 Stepping Stones. This has empowered many people to be able to become successful.

Vijay Eswaran has also used his articles The Stages Of Change, 5 Cs Of Servant Leadership, Two Minutes From The Abyss and 3 Ways Fear Drives Success to teach people to use fear to motivate them to make the necessary changes in their lives that lead to success. He explains that fear is a powerful force that once embraced can lead to rapid, positive changes in your life. It can help people overcome seemingly impossible obstacles and make their dreams a reality. He points to many examples of how people have gained almost supernatural strength when driven by fear when properly harnessed.

Using his simple philosophy that employs positive thinking and creative visualization, Vijay Eswaran explains that with the right frame of mind you can cultivate empowering thoughts, create an effective plan, take decisive action and get the results you want. Eswaran taught these principles to his staff when he created the QI Group in 1998. While outsiders saw only reasons while the company wouldn’t do well, Eswaran was able to imbue his team with the belief and confidence that nothing could stand in the way of their success.

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