India Businessman Vijay Eswaran Is The Model For Sacrifice And Success In Business

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Vijay Eswaran wrote the 2005 bestselling book “In The Sphere Of Silence” to explain more of his views on spiritualism and how it could actually make someone successful in business. He feels this book is timeless, especially even 10 years later when he spoke of it in an interview.

He feels that the world is become more and more attached to technology, and even though technology has become necessary for the corporate workplace, Eswaran feels it’s good to put it down for a while and spend time meditating and listening to others.

It was Eswaran’s father Vijayratnam that taught him a lot about listening to and making personal sacrifices to help others succeed just as much as you do. That’s really what Vijay Eswaran’s company QI Group is about in multilevel marketing.

QI Group Ltd. was founded in 1998 when Vijay Eswaran returned to Asia after spending years abroad in undergraduate school Europe, and then at Southern Illinois University to complete his master’s degree. Eswaran teamed up with Joseph Bismarck to start a direct selling company in Hong Kong that would sell numismatic coins to celebrate the 2000 Olympics through QI Group’s QNet company. Learn more about Vijay Eswaran:

That company later brought household products and air and water filters to the market. All of the products are sold through independent ecommerce business operators who make commission on each product sold. There are also rewards programs to incentivize high sales volumes.

One of Vijay Eswaran’s most important missions is to give back to Asia, and he has done this through RYTHM Foundation. This foundation sponsors assistance programs for children with disabilities, and has also started public services such as schools and libraries in areas where they are lacking.

They even recently made a donation to a monastery in Thailand to complete a building. Eswaran has won numerous recognitions for his business and generosity including Forbes Asia’s philanthropy heroes edition in 2011 and their Top 50 Richest at number 25 in 2013.

He’s also been a speaker at the World Economic Forum and 6th Pravasi Divas, and he was presented the New Global Indian award at an Indian business summit in New York in 2012.