In last issue, we talked about giving as a
way to gain and I really wanted to share a
story that I did not have room for, so I
thought I would share it quickly here.

A few weeks ago, I found a five dollar bill
in the parking lot of Wal-Mart. I immediately
was grateful and thankful. I took it as a sign
of the Universe providing in ways I can't
even imagine. I got in my car and started
driving out of the parking lot and I noticed
an old man who appeared to be hurting. He was
frail, sickly looking, tired and he needed a
cane just to help him take each slow and
painful step.

Immediately I knew that I had to give him
the 5 dollars I just found. I stopped the car,
reached into my wallet and gave him the 5
bucks. I will never forget the look in his eyes
when I handed it to him. There was so much
gratitude, so much relief, so much happiness in
his eyes.

As he barely uttered the words, "God bless
you." little did he know how blessed I already
was due to his gratitude.

The image of his face and the feeling of his
words are forever etched into my heart and
my soul forever.

That's the beauty of giving. It's priceless.

That leads me to the topic for this week.

Your value as a person has nothing to do
with the size of your bank account. I don't
care if you've got Bill Gate's Money or
you're in debt, swimming in bills, your
value stays the same. Your value is PRICELESS.
That's the plain and simple truth of the

Recognizing your pricelessness is the first
step in turning any negative financial
situation around. Why? Because you start
to focus on what's important and that in
turn creates a positive energy around you.
That energy starts to attract like energy and
the cycle just keeps continuing.

Let's take this scenario and boil it down to
the ridiculous. When you were a child, you
didn't have any money (I'm assuming). Yet
it didn't matter. You played and you did all
the things children do. You used your
imagination and you could be anyone or
anything you wanted to be. Nothing was going
to stop you. You were the King or Queen of the

Well, I have news for you. YOU STILL ARE.
Your bank account on many levels is a direct
reflection of how you see yourself, how you
feel about yourself, how you honor, cherish,
respect, love and value yourself. When you
start to value who you are and what you do
and the contribution you are to the planet,
that's when your bank account begins to
increase. The more you truly, deeply and
honestly feel great about who you are,
the better everything will be in your life,
including your bank account. Things will
flow smoother. Opportunities will come out of
nowhere. Things will start to fall into place
naturally. I believe that's synchronicity.

The bottom line is that everything begins inside
of you. So for this week, take a look at your
beliefs about yourself when it comes to making
money. Notice the messages you tell yourself
when things are not going well financially. If
you beat yourself up. STOP IT IMMEDIATELY.

The truth is that you are an immeasurable treasure.
When you know that in your heart, not just in your
head, look out Donald Trump 'cause here you come.

So, that's it for this issue my friend. May you be
blessed beyond belief and may all of your dreams
and your success come true. And may everything you
wish for be the least that you get.

Until next issue...

To your success,

Darshan G. Shanti - The 24 Hour Champion

Author's Bio: 

Darshan is an expert in human motivation, behavior change and rapid transformation. He is a 20-year veteran in the field of personal and professional development. He is an ontologist, facilitator, trainer, author and transformational speaker. He is the President of Freedom Incorporated, Inc., a revolutionary, innovative company dedicated to supporting organizations and people all over the world to help them to achieve their highest potential.

Darshan has a unique ability to very quickly empower participants to change their own minds about who they are and what's possible for themselves, both now and in the future. When they change their own minds, their change is permanent, leaving them free to make new decisions, take new actions and create new, powerful and fulfilling lives.

From Fortune 100 corporations such as Baxter Pharmaceuticals, to small mom and pop companies, school systems and prison systems, across the United States, he has worked with and inspired over 30,000 people.