Is The Pursuit Of “Material Items” Worth It?


In a recent conversation with my extremely wealthy friend, we talked about the significance of his luxury yachts, jets, and homes. He told me these items are tools for bringing the family together and creating epic memories. True worth lies not in the physical objects themselves but in the lifelong memories they make. Today, I encourage you to reflect on why you desire the material items and shape your pursuit of them around curating experiences that bring people together to make lasting memories. 


Episode Timeline & Discussion Questions:

(1:06) Welcome back to The Chris Harder Show. Today’s episode is about the accumulation of material things. 

(2:54) Chris breaks down the statement, “More Money More Problems”.

(5:05) Chris discusses making epic memories.

(8:03) Chris talks about the phenomenon of why we like going to Disneyland. 

(11:54) Chris answers the question, “Is the pursuit of ‘things’ worth it?” 

(14:32) Chris asks listeners to share the podcast and leave a 5-star review. 

The moments that
create these visceral
spikes, good or bad,
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You’re Going To Hear About:

  • Why do people say, “More Money, More Problems”?
  • The true value of material items 
  • What it means to have a “spike” moment
  • The significance of making epic memories and having extraordinary experiences

Resources Mentioned:

  • The Power of Moments
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