“Well, throughout these 19 years of my life, I have grown to understand that the way I operate as a person is simple, but for me very effective. My general goal in life is growth. Therefore, my actions and choices always gravitate back to that, making it the force that drives me through everything I do. My perspective and mindset are my assets, which allow me to use the experiences and setbacks that come my way, in my advantage. Travelling with no money seems to most people impossible. In get questions like ‘how do you do that?’ ‘How is that possible? ‘Where do you sleep?’. Well, my resilience comes from the way I choose to see things. For me, it all starts and ends in our minds. Powerful thing, the mind, it can transform your business, your relationships, your life! Our mind, when we train them to, see every obstacle as a challenge.”
Bush House is a Grade II listed building located within the Strand Campus at King's College London. It was originally conceived as a major new trade center by American industrialist Irving T. Bush, and a centrepiece to the Kingsway and Aldwych redevelopment project of the early 20s.
Its construction commenced in 1924 and by 1929 Bush House was already declared the "most expensive building in the world", construction finished in 1935. Several years following its completion, Bush House served as the headquarters of the BBC World Service. Broadcasting from Bush House lasted for 70 years, from winter 1941 to summer 2012.