Business Plan Life Plan

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My 20 year old son is closing on his first house on the 15th. Last night he presentedto me what he called his "Business Life Plan,"  LJ is disabled and for his entire life we have been told that he "could never do that," [referring to things that he has since done] and that he would someday need to be institutionalized. He/we has spent his entire life proving the "experts" wrong. 

LJ is on disability. He showed me his business plan where, through real estate investing [and other avenues] that he will be off of disability within 5 years. The plan is well thought out, practical, and amazing.

I am so glad that, like the Lewis Carrol character, I choose to believe 6 impossible things  every day, before breakfast.

That's awesome! Congratulations to him -- and to you!

@Vicky Gleitz

That is such a fantastic thing! The best of luck with the career and I think with the right mindset you can do so much!

Very cool!

Great story!!!  Very inspiring to hear.  I'm sure LJ will be doing great things in the years to come.

I know this is an old thread but this is so inspiring I had to say something. I hope your son and family are doing great. His mental attitude towards life is amazing. Keep supporting him like I'm sure you do.

Very inspiring. That's awesome!!

Awesome!   I would like to see an update how things are coming on the 5 year plan.  I would be surprised if they are ahead of schedule. Best wishes!

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