Vijay Eswaran Shares the Secrets to His Success
Vijay Eswaran went from driving a taxi to having a net worth of over 500 million dollars. His success comes from the founding of an MLM. MLMs offer their sales force commission for their own sales and for the sales of people they brought into the company.
This marketing strategy not only improved, Eswaran’s life but the lives of the thousands of people he employs.
In August of this year, Eswaran shared the secrets to his success with the French Tribune.
You cannot allow preconceived notions to stand in your way. Like many, he had been taught to believe that the only way to achieve stability and financial security was by holding down a traditional job with regular hours. He advises that if your belief system is holding you back from realizing your true potential abandon it.
Build a company not just for your own enrichment, but for the enrichment of your employees as well. Vijay Eswaran formed his company at the behest of employees who had worked with him at a company that ultimately went out of business.
There is a symbiotic relationship between employer and employees. Greater gains for employees translates into greater gains for the employer.
Set aside time during the day for quiet contemplation. This time can be used to the betterment of your business. It is not time spent in idleness, but rather it is time spent refining your business strategy, envisioning your company’s future, and recording ideas. Setting aside quiet time is a common practice among successful people. Learn more about Vijay Eswaran: http://interview.net/vijay-eswaran/
Becoming an “overnight success” takes years not hours. Hackneyed as it sounds you must never give up striving to reach your goals. According to Ideamench, Vijay Eswaran likens people who stop short of realizing their business goals to the 80-90% of climbers who attempt the ascent of Mount Everest only to quit half-way up.
Building a productive workforce requires unwavering honesty when dealing with your employees.
Since you don’t know how much time you have been alotted on this Earth don’t waste a second of it. Begin pursuing your dreams now and don’t allow yourself to be hobbled by the past.
Dr. Mark McKenna: Founder of the New Technology Driven Medical Aesthetic Company, OVME
Dr. Mark McKenna has been working in the medical aesthetics industry for over ten years, beginning in 2007, when he launched ShapeMed in Atlanta, GA. He was able to turn ShapeMed into one of the largest wellness and aesthetic based practice in America before he sold it to Life Time Fitness, Inc. in 2014. During that time McKenna noticed many opportunities in the industry, and he developed the idea to start OVME, a technology-enabled medical aesthetic company that hopes to reinvent elective healthcare. McKenna has been extremely successful in his entrepreneurial ventures, and he owes his success partly to surrounding himself with smart, influential people and reading. He recommends the inspirational book “Think and Grow Rich” by Napolean Hill to all entrepreneurs. He also found that meditation and setting goals helps his ideas become reality.
Dr . Mark McKenna, originally from New Orleans, attended Tulane University Medical School. After completing his medical training he went on to practice with his father while launching his first real estate business, McKenna Venture Investments. Later, he added the companies Universal Mortgage Lending and Uptown Title, Inc. to his portfolio.
In 2005, Hurricane Katrina struck his hometown, New Orleans, and devastated many homes and businesses. Dr. McKenna played a big part in rebuilding and reconstructing low-moderate income housing for displaced families. Two years later McKenna relocated to Atlanta, Georgia to start his wellness and aesthetic practice, ShapeMed. After selling his profitable practice to Life Time Fitness, Inc., in 2014, Dr. McKenna served as the National Medical Director for the company until July 2016. A year later he founded and became the CEO of OVME. To know mroe about him click here.
When Dr. McKenna is not leading his practice, he spends times with his wife Gianine, his daughter Milana Elle, and their Pomeranian, Ryder. In his spare time, he also regularly trains for Jiu-Jitsu and was previously a board member of the New Orleans Jazz Festival as well as the New Orleans Industrial Development Board. Dr. McKenna is currently a member of the Entrepreneurs Organization.
The Academy of Art University Showing Out at NYFW
A recent article was made concerning the New York Fashion Week Shows (NYFW) at the Academy of Art University, School of Fashion. NYFW is the platform launching new talent in the limelight, and their 21st runway was held at the Skylight Clarkson Square on September 9, 2017. Two menswear and five womenswear lines were created by ten of the university’s recent BFA and MFA graduates.
Some of the favorite looks and designers who will lead and inspire the next creatives’ generation, according to the university’s graduate director, Jayne Foster, are as follows: Hailun Zhou from Qing Dao, China, MFA Fashion Design using PVC and vinyl to create dresses, separates, and outerwear; Eden Slezin from the Bay Area, MFA Fashion Design using Sports Basement’s recycled rubber bike tubes, Amour Vert’s extra fabrics, and organic denim donated from Cone Denim for fashion’s sustainability support; Dina Marie Lam from Los Angeles, California, MFA Fashion Design chose luxurious and soft materials to evoke comfort and warmth; Carlos Rodriguez born in Mexico City, Mexico and raised in Clarksburg, California, BFA Fashion Design created the embroidery details for this collection using a mixture of traditional hand and machine embroidery techniques to enhance the contemporary feel of the garments; Saya Shen from Beijing, China, MFA Fashion Design used the alluring scenes in nature’s digital prints to appear on oversized silhouettes; Joanna Jadallah born in Chicago, Illinois and raised in Orange County, California, MFA Menswear Design used the story of her ancestors along with lambskin leathers, suiting fabrics, lightweight wool, and cashmere knits and brocades;
Cana Klebanoff born in Queens, New York and raised in Monmouth County, New Jersey used wearable comfort and a sense of pride and strength in his pieces; Ryan Yu born in Shenyang, Liaoning, China, MFA Fashion Design, used the bold contrast of white and black in jersey, wool, and patent leather; and Jelly Shanborn in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China, MFA Fashion Design, used the colors in her fabrics to be described as “fresh, edgy, and girly”.
Previously known as the Academy of Art College, this school is privately owned for-profit and is located in San Francisco, California. Richard S. Stephens found this school in 1929 in which was then known as the Academy of Advertising Art. Also, the university is one of the biggest property owners in San Francisco.
Richard S. Stephens led this school until 1950 when Richard A. Stephens, his son, succeeded him. In 1992, his daughter, Elisa Stephens, replaced his son. Since her presidency, the number of students increased from approximately 2000 to 18000 by 2012.
The Academy of Art University provides the master, bachelor, and associate degrees in approximately 25 subjects. They also provide some online courses. Over half the students are females.
Robert Ivy A Buff In Journalism And Master Architect
Robert Ivy is a distinguished leader in the world of architecture. He is a registered architect with over two-decade experience in publication, journalism as well as corporate executive post. During his career, Ivy has been severally recognized by various fraternities.
Education and Career Background
Born in Columbus, Mississippi, Ivy obtained a degree in BA, English from The University of the South. Also, he has a Masters of Architecture from Tulane University.
From February 2011, Robert Ivy has been the CEO of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). He also serves as the Executive Vice President of AIA. Founded in 1857, AIA is a premier organization that represents professionally licensed architects in America. At AIA, Robert was hailed for streamlining governance, establishing the digital platform, and initiating public awareness campaign. Also, he heightened the value and relevance of the AIA as well as architects.
Before joining AIA, Ivy was the vice president as well as the Editorial Director at McGraw Construction media. Also, he was the Chief Editor of Architectural Record from 1996 to 2010. At Architectural records, Robert was celebrated for making the magazine the most popular architectural journal in the world. He oversaw the production of over 33 publications in the form of print and digital editions.
Awards and Publications
In 2010, Robert Ivy received the Alpha Rho Chi Award by the national architecture group. The award was for his effectualness in his communicating the value of design. Ivy was designated the ‘Master Architect,’ an honor shared only by six other architects, and he is the only one in the 21st century. Furthermore, Robert is a senior associate of the Design Future Council.
In 2009, Ivy was awarded the Crain Award, the highest individual recognition by the American Business Media. Consequently, in 1998 Robert had received the McGraw Hill Award. This award was for the Management Excellence at McGraw Construction. When Robert was Architectural records, the publishing firm received numerous honors due to his excellent leadership skills. It earned 7 Ozzies Folio Design Awards, 26 Jesse H. Neal Awards, the premier magazine journalism award, and National Magazine Award among others.
Robert Ivy authored an authoritative biography called ‘Fay Jones: Architect’ that was published in 2001. The bio presents the work an apprentice American designer working at Frank Lloyd Wright. Fay Jones was referred by the Art Library Society of North America as “the highest standard of scholarship, design, and production.”