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Meet Kanji Low – The Future of Self Development

Upcoming and new entrepreneurs who are struggling or unaware of what’s required to break through achieve their maximum potential while being conscious leaders impacting the world.

Entrepreneurs who want freedom in all areas (financially, spiritually, physically, mentally, and emotionally) enabling to serve and impact the world with 100% commitment as leaders through their conscious movements.

With the wave of new and upcoming entrepreneurs entering the industry from the events of 2020, entrepreneurial service providers from affiliate marketers, coaches, businesses, founders, content creators, etc. are challenged with adapting and overcoming the nuances of being an entrepreneur where the majority of entrepreneurs are working IN the business and not ON the business. The problem all these entrepreneurs face is that they are not equipped with the energy, mindset, perspective, and tools to be their fullest potential as conscious business owners whether they came from a job, freelancing, or running their businesses already.

Entrepreneurs who are unaware of what it takes to be a conscious leader may feel overworked, frustrated, and have imposter syndrome. They may feel this way as they cannot live up to their own expectation of what’s required to be of true service and are continuously chasing the next goal A.K.A “Destination Syndrome.” Despite putting all their energy into their business, the results are not showing as they have not implemented the fundamentals of success: energy and mindset. Also, fundamental understanding that the path of entrepreneurship is where “the journey is the destination.”

Kanji says that “Energy is the foundation to the skyscraper of any business, no matter what systems or strategies you have in place, if your energy is not aligned, they will not work.”

Kanji Low is an Australian Based Entrepreneur, Business Coach, Mentor, and Partner of Xperience Online – The Future of Self Development. Kanji has been recently featured on Yahoo Finance as Top 10 Male Coaches transforming lives and Thrive, REDx, and Medium through his service and impact.Kanji Low is an Australian Based Entrepreneur, Business Coach, Mentor, and Partner of Xperience Online – The Future of Self Development. Kanji has been recently featured on Yahoo Finance as Top 10 Male Coaches transforming lives and Thrive, REDx, and Medium through his service and impact.

Before all this, he was in a Corporate IT job and a part-time entrepreneur who was burnt out, inefficient and did not see past his limits until he invested in himself. Paying it forward through his mentoring and service, clients have achieved breakthroughs in their realities. He has helped them launch and scale their business movements, achieving their first $25K and beyond, allowing them to transform their lives financially, spiritually, physically, mentally, and emotionally.

Entrepreneurship isn’t as flashy as the masses make it out to be – it will test you to your core if you’re not focused, consistent, and love what you do. You will need a support system and guidance against these entrepreneurial challenges. Kanji says that “the path of entrepreneurship will bring out the truest and best version of you.”

 We asked Kanji what 5 ways he uses to stay aligned to serve and impact his expression continually. 

  • Energy & Mindset

 “Everything is energy. It’s even in the world.”

Energy is the foundation of business success. Without this understanding, all the strategies you may employ in your business will be to no avail. The energy you bring is the energy you attract if you had 100 meetings with potential business partners and you did not align yourself in the morning. All 100 of them would’ve gone opposite to what you intended.

Mindset is important for entrepreneurs as thoughts are things. When you attach yourself to thoughts or beliefs on what is going on, you are not present and experience the true beauty of the moment. Having an open mindset allows you to bring in possibilities you cannot imagine.

  • Routine

Your business is a reflection of you. Successful entrepreneurs like Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, to name a few, employ conscious morning routines that they use to set themselves up daily.

Without a morning routine to align yourself, you are leaving your entire day to chance.

Your routine is tailored specifically to you, but many conscious leaders have a combination of the following:





Something that challenges them in the morning (ex. Cold Shower, Running)

Productivity blocks

Exercise/Working out




The best thing you can do for yourself is prioritizing your energy in the morning. When you prioritize your morning, you prioritize the rest of the day. Be involved in something you’re obsessed with and focus on what it takes to keep you and your business in full-service mode.


  • Be obsessed with the problem you solve


Whether it’s your life purpose or your business’s purpose, we always grow towards our fullest expression to be our best and truest selves. Once you realize the importance of this, only then can we create an impact in the world through impacting ourselves. Impacting ourselves comes from being obsessed with who you are and what you serve through the problems you solve.


Naveen Jain (co-founder of Moon Express) said on the Billion Dollar Exit Clubhouse room the other day, “The problem you solve is the questions you ask. When you are obsessed with the problem you want to solve in this world, you get up in the morning differently, you walk differently, you act differently.”


  • Inner experience


Your inner experience is your external reality. Change your experience, change your reality.

Our lives are based on what we perceive and think. Every thought you have up if you’re unaware of it, can keep you in the same place.


Your inner experience is made up of your thoughts and your inner dialogue. If you allow yourself to feel you are not successful subconsciously, that’s what will appear. If you allow yourself to feel you are wealthy, opportunities and situations will arise to reflect just that.


Dr. Joe Dispenza puts it beautifully: “If you want a new outcome, you will have to break the habit of being yourself and reinvent a new self.”


  • Service and Impact


As Gandhi once said: “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”


When you lose yourself to service to others, whether it’s to yourself, your loved ones (friends, family), your clients in your business, to your creator (God, Universe), or the general public, you realize who you truly are is your best and authentic version of you.


Questions Kanji asks daily about service are, “How can I be of service to others today? Who have I served today?” When you are not serving others or yourself, you limit your expression to serve as your best version to everyone and yourself.


The life-changing transformations clients and potential clients undergo allow them to become conscious of subconscious blocks and system overhauls they were unaware of previously. They become focused, connected to themselves, have the energy, and can unlock their potential to their best version in both business and life.

Suppose you’re looking for life-changing personal and business transformations to unlock your potential connection with Kanji on Instagram and Facebook. His exceptional business approach, energy, and relatable perspective will help you step into that greatness you deserve.


Kanji Low

Business Coach & Mentor




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Matthew Fraser is a writer, journalist, and branding strategist. He helps brands build their authority as an Authority Advisor. Matthew is always looking to write about the world's most innovative, creative, and intelligent entrepreneurs. If you're looking to take your brand to the next level, reach out to Matthew Fraser

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