Freedom Speaks: Love All Serve All II




How would you, a successful entrepreneur, want to be respected at work and at home?

How would you like to be treated at work and at home?

Is there a way to create harmony and peace with your colleagues and family members while you achieve phenomenal success in your business?

Chee Wah speaks with Sam Low, Chairman of Edmark Group of Companies, who shared about his life learning curves. Sam started young, being dynamic and yearned to become a high achiever. Later in life, he gained wisdom through understanding the universal truth of love and compassion. When he begins to be “At Peace With My Self”, he witnesses change that he wouldn’t have experienced if he had kept with his busy schedules and aggressiveness. He recalled with regret the way he treated everything, “… running my family like I would an army!”

Looking back, it was all good for his spiritual growth. The moment he decided to “turn the other cheek”, many opportunities to learn started to show up. He related his first workshop with Anthony Robbins which led him to a new belief where he learned that, “I have the capacity of True Love”.

After that, Sam was unstoppable, he wanted to learn more. He went on to attend many inspirational workshops such as Money & You Program. When he met spiritual teacher, Christopher Moon, that was the time when he had a deeper realization of the fundamental yet elusive question of “Who Am I?”

Sam said, “Strange enough, the more peaceful I am, business seems to grow exponentially and effortlessly.”

To cater to the rapid upsurge in demand of its international market, in 2010, Edmark moved into their new factory with state-of-the-art equipment, industrial robots and energy saving features. The new site is situated on a 4.5 acres land with a built-up area of 23,000 sq ft.

Now, Edmark Group of Companies is a multi-million dollar and a mult-national company with market presence in over 25 countries. It is involved in various business interests from manufacturing, exporting, distribution, and they are looking forward to real estate development.