Vijay Eswaran is a multilevel marketing executive and a philosophy academic who is always sharing ideas on how business and spiritual ideas mesh together. He’s written books on his thoughts connecting spiritualism to business and blog articles for various independent groups. He recently talked about change and how it’s important to accept it throughout stages of life. It’s unavoidable because events and technological developments will always bring about change, and the people who thrive during change are those who accept it and adapt to it. Eswaran says change should be about what you learn from and how you can build something better from it, but not something that you compromise your moral values for.
Vijay Eswaran has helped bring changes in his business including providing funding for small business owners in Asia, which is something that didn’t exist in many cases when he first started his QI Group Ltd. company. Eswaran got his bachelor’s degree from the London School of Economics in socioeconmics, and he later finished his MBA at Southern Illinois University. Eswaran tried a few different jobs before going full-time into multilevel marketing, but he chose multilevel marketing because he saw just how flexible its business model was. Eswaran began his company, QI Group Ltd. in 1998 though it took several years of financial obstacles and even some legal battles to build it into the billion-dollar company it is today. But it’s changed people’s lives by allowing them to sell lifestyle and health products to their own clients through QNET, and QI Group has financing options through QI Asset Management and offers education through QI University-Perak.
Vijay Eswaran picked up much of his spiritual influence through his father Vijayratnam’s teachings, though he has taken to heart the sayings of other civil rights leaders and philosophers like Mahatma Gandhi. Eswaran’s books on his beliefs include the 2005 bestseller “In The Sphere Of Silence” and later works like “On The Wings Of Thought” and “18 Stepping Stones.” Eswaran is also the founder of RYTHM Foundation through which his charity work has been documented in Forbes Asia’s 2011 “Heroes of Philanthropy.”