Despite his affluence and high profile status both in the social and business world, Vijay Eswaran is a philanthropic and also motivational speaker. He argues that the rise from relatively humble beginnings have molded him and taught him to appreciate the small things in life, and it is through this quality that he has touched the lives of millions of people across the world. For instance, he is currently popularizing the RHYTHM philosophy through which he encourages individuals to ‘raise yourself to help mankind’.
Motivation and authorship
Through this philosophy, Vijay strives to live a life of truth and inspires others to follow suit. He further encourages people to live a life of spirituality through writing and he has written several books such as the Sphere of silence, which encourages people to slow down, evaluate themselves, and use this evaluation to look and steer themselves forward.
The 58-year old has several inspirational books with the most recent one being Two Minutes From The Abyss. These books encourage readers not to stop reliving the past and how to look into the more hopeful future by engaging in activities that make their lives and the world a better place.
Vijay Eswaran’s background
Currently one of the richest people in Asia according to Forbes, Vijay Eswaran grew up in Penang Malaysia. He hails from a relatively humble background but despite this, his parents ensured that he got the best education. His quest for education would see him graduate with bachelors in Socio-Economics from London School of Economic before topping it up with an MBA from Southern Illinois University.
Today, Vijay Eswaran serves as a co-founder and the executive chairman of QI group of companies that operates in multiple sectors of the economy in over 10 countries. He, however, hasn’t always been this successful but started his career journey working menial jobs like picking grapes in France and construction works in Belgium.
He later moved to UK where he first learned about network marketing and enrolled at CIMA where he got professional training. This would serve as his stepping as it gave him the confidence to start the multi-level-marketing business model that eventually birthed his other business ventures in telecommunication and precious metals.