I laid back on my rack. I looked at the wall. I had this moment of clarity where I was like, “Why am I here?” It’s not because my parents left me. This was my shift out of the victim mindset. — Tim McCain
14 years old. Homeless. Parents out of the picture.
You might think this was when Tim McCain became a man.
But you would be wrong.
Homelessness made Tim an alcoholic, an addict, and an entrepreneur.
But not a man.
In fact, his creative, criminal entrepreneurial activities are what landed him in a California state prison. He did what he thought he had to do to survive.
Read the full article, "His Awesome Journey Will Make You A Better Leader," in The Startup, a publication on Medium:
I also interviewed Tim McCain for my podcast. Listen here:
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