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Vijay Eswaran is the co-founder and driving force behind the very successful network marking company the QI Group. Many people are impressed with Eswaran’s ability to grow from relatively humble beginning to become a major business mogul and one of the wealthiest people in Asia. What makes Vijay Eswaran’s success all the more amazing is that Asia was struggling through a recession when he began building the QI Group. While many people credit Eswaran’s sharp intellect and business acumen for his success, Eswaran points to his business and personal philosophy for helping him to do well.

Creating a viable business and having it consistently make a profit is challenging even in the best of times. But Eswaran’s company rose to prominence during a time of economic uncertainty. As Vijay Eswaran explains in his motivational talks, articles and books, with the right mental attitude external conditions cannot stand in the way of you attaining your goal. Once a person creates and holds on to a clear picture of themselves succeeding, designs a good plan and is willing follow that plan with enthusiasm, nothing can stop them from making it a reality.

In his articles Two Minutes From The Abyss, 3 Ways Fear Drives Success, The Stages Of Change and the 5 Cs Of Servant Leadership, Vijay Eswaran explains how people can use fear as a motivating factor if they are guided by the right mindset. One that embraces fear and uses it to fuel bold, positive action. Fear can drive people to take the powerful steps necessary to attain one’s goal. It can help them overcome any obstacle and manifest almost superhuman abilities. Fear can be a motivating force that helps people unleash power deep within themselves they never realized they had.

When Vijay Eswaran started the QI Group in 1998, he was not concerned that he and his staff lacked money, resources and experience or that there were obstacles to overcome. He was able to get his team to make attaining their goal a burning desire that fueled their action. Fully embraced that powerful vision makes success a foregone conclusion.

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