I typically don’t fall in line with a lot of what network marketers preach. I work in the corporate world and tend to think that life outside a 60 hour work week chained to my cubicle is not in the cards for me.
However, I was – and I’m being 100% genuine here – truly inspired and a little floored by a recent article that shared advice from network marketing guru Vijay Eswaran. Read more: Executive Chairman of QI Group Vijay Eswaran Talks Business and Philanthropy
I have long been familiar with Vijay Eswaran. In 1998 he founded a small company, the QI Group, that saw an almost instand spike in success that only continued to multiply as the years went on and eventually earned him global recognition, phenomenal success and a net worth to the tune of over $500 million dollars.
But what is so incredible about Vijay is that when you watch him speak to an audience or even read an article he has had input in, the level of genuineness and passion is truly unparalelled.
Vijay doesn’t just preach about the power of helping people reach financial independence, it’s clearly is true passion in life and his “calling,” if you believe in callings.
His phenomenal presence and dynamic were just as clear in print as they are when he speaks to the thousands of people he has helped achieved financial success.
In the article, Vijay speaks about why network marketing is important for anyone looking to achieve success in today’s business culture and why it doesn’t necessarily have to look like what we thought.
It isn’t a bunch of people at a cocktail hour shaking hands and trying to move up the corporate ladder, but people learning what their passion and skillset really is and then learning about how they can best share that passion to help others, while gaining help from others in a similar manner.
Vijay says that his success isn’t measured in the income the QI Group has brought in – which by the way is very sizeable – but by the lives of people that he has been able to help. Those people then in turn share their talents and help others and the cycle goes on and on.