Vijay Eswaran’s Important Life Lessons

Based on beliefs, many children lose insight on what they want to be or do in life. Some countries set expectations on these children to the point to where they believe they can only be a doctor, lawyer, or an engineer in order to be successful in this world.

This is not fair to the children who has a deep passion for drawing or even singing because that passion is now useless and pushed to the side. Learn more about Vijay Eswaran: http://www.wceforum.org/speakers/dato-sri-dr-vijay-eswaran/

Individuals are not going to see a change in their career goals until they act upon it. According to Vijay Eswaran, we need to focus on two lessons that we need to apply to our lives and those lessons are: Moving Forward and Peripheral Vision.

In the lesson of Moving Forward, Eswaran explains how if we move forward we can then see where we are going and what lies ahead of us. When we lose focus and stumble backwards then we not only lose our balance but our purpose as well. Read more: Living a Life of Purpose: Breaking Away From the Mental Shackles

In the Peripheral Vision lesson, Eswaran discusses how we need to be aware of our surroundings so we will know what is approaching us from every angle in our life so we will know how to handle these situations to prevent it from interfering with our success.

When we are not made aware of these things, then we are left with only tunnel vision. When the shackles of society and peer pressure is put on an individual then we can not do anything and we will fail.

Vijay Eswaran is a motivational speaker, philanthropist, and also a successful entrepreneur. He is an author of a book titled In the Sphere of Silence, which is a best-seller.

Vijay Eswaran has spoken about topics such as life management, business, and personal development among others. He strives for a better and higher education in South East Asia. Also, he has won many awards for his entrepreneurship and business leadership. Forbes has listed him as one of Asia’s top 50 philanthropists.

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