Vijay Eswaran is the Chief Executive Officer of Qi Group, which is a Hong Kong conglomerate. Vijay believes that the experience he has after working with the Qi Group has made him a good businessperson.
In his management book, in the sphere of silence, he expresses his interest in the power of an hour being in a quiet and silent place where you meditate and refresh your brain to be sharp and always active.
Eswaran is nine years old in e-commerce, ecotourism and interactive marketing, which is worth seven thousand million dollars. Eswaran is a Malaysian who was brought up in a meditative Hindu tradition that is Indian in Nature. At his grandfather’s knee, Vijay Eswaran learned Mouna vratham silence ritual that helped him come out with a great idea of writing his book.
Apart from meditation, the book also speaks about listening a lot, thinking before speaking and making to-do lists daily. It is an inspiration to young people who want to accomplish their goals in life.
The book has helped many young people understand their path towards success and the obstacles they can meet while pursuing what gives them joy.
The book has also quoted great and inspirational people like Mother Teresa, Norma Schwarzkopf, Aristotle, Prophet Muhammad and Keats who were great scholars B.C. The book has been used by great leaders and they have recognized the effort put in writing the book.
The book is said to have been modestly sold in Southern Asia. Southern Asia is where the author – Vijay Eswaran is developing a reputation as a guru for the CEO set. The book was first published in 2005 by Rhythm House. Eswaran publishing arm is an acronym for Raise Yourself to Help Making has recently been published in the U.S.
Eswaran has practically applied his one hour of silence technique and has managed to learn many things about him and the society at large. He spends an hour in absolute silence, although he always divides the hour into five parts.
The first three of ten minutes each while the fourth part takes twenty minutes and finally the fifth takes ten minutes. His optimum time is between 4:00 am and 6:00 am.