Having motivated the lives of many through his own stories, experiences, talks and even books, Vijay Eswaran has changed the thinking of many and given others a new perspective of daily occurrences.
One of his books titled, “Two Minutes From The Abyss” has become one of the best sellers in various bookshops where he discusses eleven pillars of life management. One notable thing, he gives emphasis on is that tomorrow is not promised and our life can come to an end any second therefore we must make use of it satisfactorily when we are still alive.
Every person on the face of the earth must concur with the fact and reality that any day they are alive could be their last day; any moment we are having is just two minutes from the abyss. By having that consciousness in us, we will be in a position to make use of every single moment and day that we are living.
According to Vijay Eswaran, a life without a purpose is actually a life not lived and every person should have their burning desire propelled by their purpose. As a motivational speaker, his speeches have thrilled the hearts of many and consequently challenged them especially when he speaks about change.
Every person needs to change before they are forced to change else they will either become redundant or irrelevant. If people fail to recognize this philosophy of Vijay Eswaran they will live a failed life because life is a matter of decisions and continuous change.
If everyone embrace, befriend, harness the fears of changes we face daily then we could emerge stronger, successful and smarter. Every person has something that is making them fearful or afraid, but the question is what do you do with your own fear?
Vijay Eswaran views fear as something necessary to help us remember exactly what is important. Always remember that Fear is a form of excitement but in disguise, anything that doesn’t destroy you will definitely energize and make you stronger and finally fear is a catalyst for growth.
One of the values and qualities that have made this author, motivational speaker and philosopher successful is servant leadership. He learned it from his father and embraced it and it has made him be who he is today. There is joy in serving others.
A true servant leader possesses some qualities like care, honesty, truthful, compassionate, clarity of vision, commitment to see growth and development, and always willing to sacrifice for others. Nelson Mandera, Mother Teresa, Mahatma Gandhi and Vijay Eswaran are good examples of servant leaders.