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WELCOME TO LONDON VICTORIA

From London Victoria Train Station, you can take both overground train and underground train services. You can also catch National Express coaches from London Victoria that can take you up and down the country. If you’ve got a flight to catch in Gatwick Airport, Gatwick Express can whisk you there in no time. 

 

 

Since we are going to Hyde Park Area, will have to take the underground services. You can also take the London Red Buses if you want to sightsee, but in our case, it’s business for now. 

 

 

We’re now in the Underground platform waiting for the tube (London Underground Train). 

  

    

UNLEASH YOUR SUPERPOWER

https://unleashyoursuperpower.co.uk

   

This lady specialises in meditation and yoga. There is so much of yoga and meditation mania in UK. Perhaps its the toxic lifestyle. If people can just slow down and have time to smell the roses…

   

If you are going to attend seminars for free like this one, you need to be aware of the upsell. These people are masters of persuasion and psychology and they will make you feel like you are losing out by not availing their masterclass, trainings, or other courses. You know yourself better than anyone else. When being pressured to take a shortcut to success, remember this:

 

 

‘QUALITY TAKES TIME AND YOU ARE GOD’S MASTERPIECE’- Bishop TD Jakes

 
 

 

Alot of naive people attending seminars later on complain of feeling scammed. Its probably that way but you bought into the story that paying several thousand pounds worth of training courses will make you unbelievable successful in a few short years. In fact alot of these people are already planning to sack their bosses from their lives lol. Not too quick we say lol. 

 

 

SLOW AND STEADY WINS THE RACE. 

  

  

Business and investments are always an adventure. You’ll get alot of falling down before you slowly arise from the ashes of your failures. 

 

   

The dreams these people paint are all rosy and bright. Reality is a much harder picture to paint. You’ll need those failures along the way because behind those are really the stepping stones to success masked in hardships. 

 

 

TD Jakes said, we often pray for answers, but when God grants us our prayers, we don’t always appreciate them because they come in the form of hardship. 

 

 

  

So if you want to really slowly reach for your dreams, there is no shortcut. We’ve been through all sorts of networking businesses that promise big wads of cash partnered with a luxury lifestyle. It’s good if its sustainable, but if the sustainablility is fueled by the registration fee of new recruits, that is a RED FLAG for us!

 

 

This is a full-day event. To be fair with Mr. Moktar, he really knows his stuff. He’s probably one of the best presenters in all of the London Business/ Real Estate attended so far. He is a serial entrepreneur and property investor in London so he’s got his act really refined to the necessities. 

 

He also has a very deep passion for psychology. It does not matter how good you are in the technicals if your mindset and psychology is weak, you will cave in under the pressure of your own success. You need to grow with your trials and hardships, because that is how you nurture and strengthen your dreams.

 

 

Of course, after such a fully-loaded day, you need to clear your head off. And a good stroll around works wonders to both the soul and the head. 

 

Across this road are the famous London Royal Parks.

Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens are like big lungs for London which offer lots of green spaces for visitors, city workers, and city dwellers alike. 

  

   

WELCOME TO LONDON KENSINGTON GARDENS

  

As you can see, the bright and beautiful daffodils are now in full bloom, a reminder that we are now in Spring. 

 

This dirt track is used by horses. Walkers are not advised/ nor allowed to use it. 

Of course it’s Spring but the trees will take longer to properly wake up from their winter slumber. 

 

 

 

That’s a beautiful tree in full bloom. That’s probably an apple, or a cherry tree, or it could be something else. We can’t know everything at once can we. We’ll leave it for you to GOOGLE it up. Chance for you to learn too lol. 

 

WELCOME TO HYDE PARK LONDON

Now we are leaving Kensington Gardens heading towards Hyde Park. We really don’t know where this and that ends. It’s not that we will get a fine or anything. Those are just some of the few things that can bug you for silly reasons. 

 

 

This is the famous London Marble Arch. When you see this you know you’re on one end of Oxford Street. Bring it on!

   

 

Marble Arch is a 19th-century white marble-faced triumphal arch in LondonEngland. The structure was designed by John Nash in 1827 to be the state entrance to the cour d’honneur of Buckingham Palace; it stood near the site of what is today the three-bayed, central projection of the palace containing the well-known balcony.[1] In 1851, on the initiative of architect and urban planner Decimus Burton, a one-time pupil of John Nash, it was relocated and following the widening of Park Lane in the early 1960s to where it is now sited, incongruently isolated, on a large traffic island at the junction of Oxford Street, Park Lane and Edgware RoadAdmiralty Arch, Holyhead in Wales is a similar arch, even more so cut off from public access, at the other end of the A5.

 

 

Only members of the Royal Family and the King’s Troop, Royal Horse Artillery are said to be permitted to pass through the arch; this happens in ceremonial processions.[2]

 

 

The arch gives its name to the area surrounding it, particularly the southern portion of Edgware Road and also to the underground station. The arch is not part of the Royal Parks and is local authority maintained.

 

 

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marble_Arch

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Thank You Karrimor, you serve me well; in highlands or lowlands, these shoes can really clock up some mileage. Really tired from walking though so time to get some short rest.

   

WELCOME TO OXFORD STREET

   

The only reason we come around here is not even for retail therapy but just to soak in the vibe. Oxford Street is known for High Street shopping but as we all know, online shopping is really the name of the game nowadays- shop at the click of a button and the stuff gets delivered straight on your doorstep, sometimes even right on your face lol. 

   

   

This is Selfridges, designer shopping emporium. 

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