Imagine starting a diverse multilevel marketing network to over 30 countries, whose sales have generated over $750 million in the past year from scratch. No connections and no financial support in a time where Asia was going through an economic nightmare.
The Chairman of QI Group and Companies did just that and he shares his knowledge with anyone with an open mind and open ears. He host the event V-connections which is a motivational training and networking event where over 20,000 entrepreneurs attend each year. He is also a successful publishing author of Two Minutes from the Abyss: 11 Pillars of Life Management and In the Sphere of Silence. Both prolific books.
Tired of a poverty stricken life, he came up with the revolutionary idea of combining web-based sales with the human connectivity of direct selling. This approach made all the difference in his company. Other established companies were amused at his efforts then left jaw-dropped after QI took 3rd place in sales volume over 42 distributors in 2000.His philosophies on marketing, networking, and life will change the way you run your business.
“Service above self.” – Vijay Eswaran
In an article he wrote 3 Ways Fear Drives Success he writes about most people viewing fear as a negative emotion but fear is really excitement in disguise. Fear is a great motivator for success.
He speaks about this more in depth in his book Two Minutes from the Abyss: 11 Pillars of Life Management.
During a V-connection speech he talks about the ability to change and having a strong sense of belief in yourself.
To be able to raise a successful company in a chaotic economy is not an easy task and a large amount of unwavering belief is required.
Change on a fundamental level is how our ancestors were able to adapt and stay alive. Most people fail to keep their business flourishing because of their unwillingness to adapt to the new market.
- You can either let fear paralyze you and die complacent right where you are now or you can confront the fear head on and reap in the growth that accompanies such bravery.
- Study your competitors. Learn from their success and failures then bring something to the table no one else is doing. Your difference can mean all the difference.
- Have an unwavering belief in yourself regardless of anyone else’s thoughts about your ideas. You’ll find your tribe along the way.
- Change is a constant and the best stay the best because of their mastery of this skill. Whether its in business or in your personal life, accepting that changes happen and learning to role with it will make life a lot easier.