Vijay Eswaran is a well-known motivational speaker, an entrepreneur, and a great philanthropist. He was trained in economics. Vijay is the executive chairman and founder of QI Group of Companies. This multinational company has broad interests in real estate, direct selling, retail, hospitality, and education serving more than 30 countries. Vijay Eswaran is the author of one of the bestselling books called ‘‘In the Sphere of Silence”. In his entire life, Vijay has spoken on different matters, especially around business and leadership as well as putting his thoughts in writing to affect other people. Any time he is not involved in travelling, Vijay dedicates his time to advocate for quality higher learning provisions in South East Asia. In his career journey, Vijay Eswaran has been honored with many awards for his wonderful business leadership and entrepreneurial skills. Like other recognized philanthropists in the world, Vijay has been featured in Forbes as among the Top 50 philanthropists. His leadership stretches to being on the advisory board of World Economic Forum’s Global Growth Companies. Moreover, he speaks regularly at WEF’s annual gathering in Davos.
Vijay Eswaran enjoys using stories, insights, personal experiences, and encounters to bring to attention the pillars of life management. Among the notes he shares includes the ‘3 Ways Fear Drives Success’ that elaborates on the topic of fear. He begins by saying that people have some fear within them and none is immune to fear. Some may choose to embrace their fears while others choose a different approach to their fears. What makes the difference in both is that some end up living an incomplete life. According to Vijay, fear keeps one alert on what is significant in their lives and what it requires is for an individual to learn their fears well. He points out that fear can be a great motivation towards ones’ growth. It also keeps you energized to fulfil your goals and finally it excites you. Vijay Eswaran has written another article addressing the five major stages of change that one should be aware of and embrace with the stages with much gladness. The first thing is that change starts with inner self. Secondly, it brings forth a cycle effect followed by the attraction of more changes. He does not forget to highlight that change may bring pain and finally recognize that not everything will definitely need to change.