Caine built a remarkable arcade–out of cardboard–in his father’s auto parts store. Have you seen the film? You should.
Caine showed up every day when he had one customer, when he had no customers.
Caine made something worth talking about, something worth sharing. And eventually a lot of people showed up. And someone started a scholarship fund for him that has raised over $163,000.
Caine got lucky. But not in the traditional sense of “lucky;” in the sense I shared about last week.
What’s stopping you from getting lucky like Caine?