Vijay Eswaran Is A Global Motivational Leader

Datuk Seri Vijay Eswaran is the co-founder and Executive Chairman of the QI Group. Vijay Eswaran operates his business and his life on the principle that the challenges and defeats in your personal and professional life should be accepted so that people can keep growing.

The QI Group is a global educational and training company which operates in more than 30 countries. The businesses that QI works with include some of the following:

  • Conference management
  • Direct sales
  • Education
  • Real estate development
  • Retail
  • Telecommunications

Mr. Eswaran is a prominent motivational speaker who regularly talks to students regarding how young people can choose their career choices. He is also a requested speaker at corporate leadership conferences.

Vijay Eswaran lectures and writes articles that cover varying subjects. One such topic is ‘fear.’ He states that fear can paralyze you or help you move forward.

Vijay talks about topics like fear that have personally affected him. He discusses the steps that he took to overcome his fears which he imparts to his audiences.

  1. Excitement in Disguise

You can look at fear as a characteristic of excitement or an impediment. Children don’t show fear because to them, life is an adventure.

Unfortunately, this changes as we enter adulthood. Vijay says to go back to childhood and change your fear to excitement. It will take practice, start with small challenges, and work up to handling heavy challenges.

  1. What Fear Doesn’t Paralyze, It Will Energize You

Fear is hidden in patterns. When you are about to make a major life transition, a sense of fear pops up. You can use this fear to propel you forward rather than stopping you in your tracks. Allow fear to be an energizing form and let it show you the path ahead.

  1. Great Motivator for Growth

People are wired to stay with what is most familiar to them. When you give into fear, it will keep you stuck. You must learn to let go of that uncertainty and go forward.

If you fail or if you succeed, at least you made a change that introduces you to a new concept. Take small steps and allow fear to open up new adventures for you and guide you on a path to success.