Last week I finally retired from a full 35 years of working full-time to provide for my wife and children. I am slightly sad that I will no longer be involved with my daily routine that I have stuck by since I was a young adult, but I am also excited to finally relax and enjoy the next ten to twenty years of my life. Thankfully all my bills are paid ahead and I will be getting back the money I have been putting aside for my retirement fund all of these years. Many people avoid having anymore money taken out of their check than necessary, but I am here to say that it is more than worth it.
My youngest son who is 33 years old is thankfully following in my footsteps when it comes to my career path. He was hired by a man named Sanjay Shah years ago at a firm called Solo Capital where he started work as an accountant. From what I hear, Solo Capital is a professionally run company that does extremely awesome work with investing money. Sometimes I wish I would have become an accountant myself. Instead, I worked for union and was run to the ground my entire life. By run to the ground I mean worked until my fingers and palms literally bled. After 35 years of that, you could say that I am beyond physically tired of working.
When I think of my sons career path, I am thankful he never entered the union. Sanjay Shah has done him well by giving him great pay and teaching him everything he needed to know about Solo Capital. My son Jim is also hoping to one day gain an administrative position at the firm if things keep going as well as they are for him now. So far he has done nothing but please everyone at Solo Capital and bring brilliant ideas to the table for them. Although companies like hard workers, they like the guys come up with the ideas even more. My son has always had a brilliant mind when it came to business, so for him, these ideas are nothing but a normal though process for him. It is people like him that do gain the administrative positions for having such a creative mind that he happens to acquire.