The student who transformed his life by knocking on doors of rich London houses
Reggie Nelson decided to ask the residents a question: What skills and competencies do you need to live in such a neighborhood?
Reggie NelsonCebo Luthuli / BBCSometimes it was a conventional doorbell.In others, an intercom.But he had no doubt the doors would open.Reggie Nelson, a resident of a working-class neighborhood in London, decided to go to the city's noblest area to ask residents a question.To get the answer he was looking for, the 17-year-old chose to knock directly on the door of luxury homes rather than approaching people on the street."What I said to people when I rang the bell was, 'My name is Reggie and I'm from East London. I came to Kensington and Chelsea because I found this to be the richest part of the UK. skills and competencies needed to live in such a neighborhood so that I can extrapolate them and use them to my advantage, '' the 23-year-old tells the BBC."At that time I was still in high school and I asked myself, 'How can I do something different? What can I do that is really different to see results, something no one else thought of doing?'The idea he came up with soon too...
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