The Malaysian business leader Vijay Eswaran seems to have a lot to say on the subject of finding inspiration for the future of his own business and the entrepreneurial options open to business people from around the world. As the head of the QI Group of direct sales companies Vijay Eswaran has become one of the best known business leaders in Asia and enjoys a growing reputation across parts of Europe, the Indian sub-continent, and North America; through a growing list of self help books the co-founder of the QI Group is becoming a major international force at philanthropies.org/vijay-eswaran-2/ as he reveals the path to success he found by taking his own business route.
Created in 1998, Vijay Eswaran formed the QI Group and its later subsidiaries of QNet and QuestNet in Hong Kong alongside business partner Joseph Bismark; the company was formed after Vijay Eswaran discovered the benefits of direct sales when working as a taxi driver in London before setting out to learn as much as possible about the subject. The QI Group itself began life as a seller of specialist in precious metals and commemorative coins beginning with those produced for the 2000 Sydney Olympics. In the 21st century, the interests of Vijay Eswaran and his business partners on weforum.org are reflected in the work of QI and includes a higher education institution, organic foods, and a dedication to providing an active and healthy lifestyle for customers around the world.
Not only is Vijay Eswaran looking to inspire those working with QI Group, he has also become a well known motivational speaker on qnet.net following the publication of his influential book, “In The Sphere Of Silence”. The book and those that have followed since 2005 detail the impressive lifestyle Vijay Eswaran leads, including his dedication to an hour of meditation to begin each working day; Eswaran has explained his belief that people in the modern world carry with them information and distractions that should be removed with a focused mind that can only be achieved through the continued use of meditation.