Vijay Eswaran’s entrepreneurial journey has inspired hundreds and thousands of entrepreneurs and continues to be one of the most inspiring rags to riches stories in today’s date. Before achieving success, Vijay Eswaran has even worked as a cab driver.
Currently, he is one of the most distinguished authors with many best-selling titles and is known globally as the founder of the QI Group, where he serves as the Executive Chairman. Read more: Vijay Eswaran – Philanthropies
Vijay Eswaran has worked hard to make QI Group one of the biggest MLM companies in the world today and has active operations in 20 countries with thousands of network marketers under its fold.
Vijay Eswaran is also a famous author and has written numerous books on motivation and spirituality, including The Sphere of Silence, Two Minutes from the Abyss, In The Thinking Zone, On the Wings of Thought, and much more. His books discuss various ways one can connect with themselves and lead a life with focus and without distractions as well as highlight the importance of spirituality in life.
Vijay Eswaran is a well-qualified individual with MBA degree from the Southern Illinois University and Socio-Economic degree from the London School of Economics. Vijay Eswaran was introduced to the concept of MLM marketing when he was doing his masters in the United States.
However, he didn’t pursue it seriously till the time he returned to Malaysia. In 1998, Vijay Eswaran started QI Group, a multi-level marketing company that has since then grown exponentially with businesses in various sectors, including real estate, consumer products, telecommunications, corporate investments, wellness, luxury products, training, and more.
Vijay Eswaran gives tips on how to start and continue the entrepreneurial journey for the new age entrepreneurs in one of the interviews he gave recently. He says that it is important for the person to think that financial stability is possible outside of the nine to five salaried job as well.
Vijay Eswaran said that the entrepreneur must focus on giving the end users something of value and build a good team that consists of performance-oriented motivated members. He says that running an organization with transparency and good governance is also the key to success.