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Fame

 
Every time a camera clicks, your wallet size increases. (Source)

You're not looking for fame—you're looking to be surrounded by it and hopefully make money off of it. The occasional agent here and there acquires a certain level of renown, like sports mega-agent Scott Boras, who represents basically every sports player you've ever heard of. Even when it happens, it's a by-product of being really good at your job. After all, you probably haven't been building to this; your focus is on your clients and their fame.

And their fame equals your money, so you're totally at peace with that.