The lust for money, cars and trophies is a disease amongst business owners who lack balance in their lives.

Don’t get me wrong I want to make money, I want to make a lot of it, and I like nice things. But at what price?

Will I be less of a father, husband, friend as a result?

Or will the service I provide to my clients be lessened when I see them as financial goals?

Financial goals are important, but what about the goals we achieved and the memories that came with them?.

When I look back on my successes, it was less about the medals and more about the locker room spirit, and it was less about the bottom line and more about the satisfaction of seeing my clients transform their businesses.

Let’s define ourselves by the memories we create for ourselves and others rather than be led by the disease of greed.

Does an obsession with results achieve greatness?