Do you give money to people on the street? Why or why not? For one day in Tbilisi, Georgia, I gave money to every person who asked. You can also watch and share this video on Facebook and YouTube.
I like to challenge my beliefs. And in today's video, I do just that. Over the years I've developed a mindset that I can't afford to help everyone who asks, and because of that belief, I've developed the habit of helping no one. So I walk the streets every day with tunnel vision and a pocket full of change.
In today's video I ask myself, is it true that I cannot afford to help anyone? Or can I actually afford to help EVERYONE?
To discover the answer, for one day in Tbilisi, Georgia, I gave money to every single person on the street who asked, and here's what I learned.
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Soemtimes its a good safety move to give change to people in a neighborhood you are visiting. Once you do so, you have the people out on the street looking out for you, knowing you are a good guy. They will be more willing to look out for you if you need help on the street yourself.