A life of ego is so unfulfilling.
We can get caught up in the comparison game: who has the most money, the bigger house, the best car. It’s never-ending.
At the end of the day, what kind of legacy does that leave?
If we can have a cause that is greater than ourselves, we can find purpose.
That’s why I’m so excited to share the powerful story of a nightclub promoter turned philanthropist: Scott Harrison.