One of my hero’s is Zig Ziglar. He had hundreds of quotes about money and life. One of the most insightful is “money won’t make you happy . . . but everybody wants to find out for themselves”. This is so true and I have seen it show up in my life and the lives of so many clients over the years that it is almost a cliche. The pursuit of the all mighty dollar is not a bad thing, as Zig says, “Money isn’t the most important thing in life, but it’s reasonably close to oxygen on the ‘gotta have it’ scale”. The problem is that sometimes the primary criteria for deciding what work we do, is how much it pays and the potential opportunity. If that is our primary focus we may end up doing work that pays well but is ultimately unfulfilling. The key is to find that balance and remember that wealth building is a marathon, not a sprint. And a key aspect of staying in the race is doing work that is deeply fulfilling and meaningful. Join us today as we talk about the the book Wanting by Luke Burgis and the importance of fulfilling work when it comes to staying in the game of building a future.