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Mindvalley Overview

Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)
201 to 500 employees
Company - Private
Colleges & Universities
$50 to $100 million (CAD) per year
Mindvalley is a learning experience company that publishes ideas and teachings by the best authors in personal growth, wellbeing, spirituality, productivity, mindfulness and more – and combines them with cutting-edge sophisticated learning technology within engaged and ... Read more

Mission: We are ambitiously determined to push humanity forward by empowering our audience to live happier lives, to unleash their fullest potential, to Be Extraordinary. How? With the most powerful tool of all – education.

We want to change education ... Read more

Mindvalley Reviews

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Mindvalley Founder & CEO Vishen Lakhiani
Vishen Lakhiani
87 Ratings
  • Helpful (9)

    "Personal Growth is what you will get"

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    • Comp & Benefits
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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
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    Positive Outlook
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    I worked at Mindvalley full-time (More than 5 years)


    - You are surrounded by ambitious, young, passionate, intelligent people who are constantly trying to be the best version of themselves

    - CEO has big visions and that is inspiring. And yes he does follow through with most of them.

    - You will grow tremendously (on a daily basis) in all areas of your life by just interacting with everyone in Mindvalley.

    - You have access to hundreds of personal development courses and books.

    - The CEO is very accessible, just let him know if you need to talk. He will make time for you.

    - CEO has heart and truly cares for your wellbeing, it's just difficult to show that to every individual in the whole company (that has 200 employees). I feel people expect too much of him, for him to be perfect, but he is human with flaws (like all of us) and for what he has accomplished, I think he is amazing.

    - It is easy for you to move and grow into different teams and learn new skills. This is encouraged!

    - Beautiful office to work in

    - Fun culture

    - Work hard and play hard is true here


    - It's a fast growing company and certain foundations were not set up well when I was there (e.g. HR, Managerial Team). This will cause some confusion and stress.

    - I encountered horrible bullying, threats and manipulation from my Manager and that is why I left, but if you happen to get the Manager I got, my advice is to speak up for yourself and bring it up with HR and the CEO.

    (However, don't fret because the rest of the Mindvalley team is very loving and kind).

    - I found Mindvalley to have too many meetings (and I had to work overtime to get my tasks done)

    - Pay was a little low for the amount of work I had to get done. I felt like I was working in a role that required 2 people.

    Advice to Management

    Groom better managers, the ones that are not only smart and dedicated but also truly kind.

    Keep the anonymous feedback system for all managers.

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Mindvalley Photos

Mindvalley photo of: The Mindvalley Team, 2017
Mindvalley photo of: Vishen Lakhiani and Jason Silva, 2018
Mindvalley photo of: Mindvalley Events team, 2018
Mindvalley photo of: Celebrating Love Week, 2016
Mindvalley photo of: Russia and Kazakhstan Day in the office, 2016
Mindvalley photo of: Celebrating Love Week, 2017
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Mindvalley Interviews



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Getting an Interview




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    Web Applications Developer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)
    Declined Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Mindvalley (Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)) in April-2013.


    There were two Skype calls followed by an invitation to interview in their office in Kuala Lumpur. Their office space was impressive, and it has a very large room called the "Hall of Awesomeness." I met with the engineering team for about 30 minutes, followed by the founder for another 30 minutes.

    The salary offered is take it or leave it, and travel expenses were never reimbursed.

    Interview Questions

    • What is the largest piece of software on which you have ever worked?   1 Answer

    Reasons for Declining

    Salary is local and not competitive outside Malaysia.

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Mindvalley Awards & Accolades

  • Great Place to Work, Great Place to Work Institute, 2013
  • Customer Happiness Awards: The Best in Asia, Nicereply, 2014
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