The Grateful Dead had their breakthrough at Ken Kesey's acid test parties.
Superman was raised by George and Martha Kent.
Hewlett Packard started in a garage.
We hear origin stories all the time. They're magnetic enough that we write books and make movies about them.
Here's the thing: The only thing they have in common is that they are all different.
You can't reverse engineer success by researching origin stories. You can't follow the same path as those you admire and expect you'll end up in the same place.
Everything worthwhile has an origin, but those origins aren't the reason that they are worthwhile.