Craig Randall used to drive a garbage truck in Peabody, Massachusetts. In a garbage container one day, he noticed a discarded Wendy’s soft drink cup bearing a contest sticker. Having won a chicken sandwich the week before, Randall checked it, hoping for some French fries or a soft drink.
Instead, he peeled a sticker worth $200,000 toward the construction of a new home, reports U.S. News & World Report.
What we get out of life depends a lot on what we look for. Are we more likely to see each experience as trash or a potential treasure?