16 Year old Dyslexic Boy Opened Own ‘Chocolit’ Factory.
A 16 year old dyslexic boy Louis Barnett , has opened his own chocolate factory in Bridgnorth, Shropshire in September. Dyslexia is a learning disorder marked by impairment of the ability to recognize and comprehend written words.( http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/dyslexia) He named his chocolate factory ‘Chocolit.’
His chocolate is unique as they are package in edible chocolate. After eating those chocolates, you can eat the packaging. They are quickly sold out , literally flying off the shelves. His chocolit have gone international by popular demand.
He left school at 11 and enrolled in a home study programmed about Belgian chocolate cakes. He later graduated in chocolate making at the prestigious Zurich based Callebaut Academy. He was the youngest ever chocolatier to gain accreditation from the academy and they are now sponsoring him through the rest of his “chocolate education”
This is a very awe inspiring story of a handicap person who at a very young age did not let his handicap get in his way. Even though he left school earlier, he went to study all about making chocolates as it was his hobby.
From a hobby, he finally graduated and made a success out of his keen interest. His parents were very supportive of him. Without their support and hard work, he would not be what he is today, a young entrepreneur.
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