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Vijay Eswaran, the motivational speaker

by Chris Holden - August 7th, 2018.
Filed under: Advisor.

Vijay Eswaran is a man of many talents and as a result, standing tall in the crowded market. Vijay Eswaran has not only excelled in being a successful entrepreneur, philanthropist but also a motivational speaker. He is an economist by training enabling him to start up and run a multimillion dollar business enterprise. One of the unique aspects that have given Vijay a competitive edge is his motivational skills. Throughout Asia, Vijay has written several motivational books as well as spoken extensively on critical topics such as leadership, business, life management and personal development. When not actively involved in the managing his global business or offering motivational speeches, he is in South East Asia advocating for improved quality of high education. His work and giving back to the community has seen him receive many awards for entrepreneurship as well as business leadership.

 

The new book Two Minutes from the Abyss by Vijay Eswaran is out and available online. For the lovers of motivation books, this is a masterpiece that you need to grab and go through each page. The theme of the book is to compel people to live now since tomorrow is not guaranteed. In his new book, Vijay Eswaran talks of the importance of people taking change since it’s the only static aspect in life. One of the biggest lessons from the new book is that tomorrow is not promised and after every second our lives are ending so make most out of it. In addition to the new book, Vijay Eswaran has written other motivation articles such as ways fear drives success, stages of change among others. In the motivation texts, they are written using a language that is easier for all the readers to understand with ease. For instance, in the stages of change, he commences by advising people to attract positive thought because people are like a magnet. Change is bitter and difficult since it’s like going uphill.

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