Profits Allow You to Make Great Products, But the Products, Not the Profits, Are the Motivation
The following passage is Steve Jobs speaking, as quoted by Walter Isaacson.
(p. 567) My passion has been to build an enduring company where people were motivated to make great products. Everything else was secondary. Sure, it was great to make a profit, because that was what allowed you to make great products. But the products, not the profits, were the motivation. Sculley flipped these priorities to where the goal was to make money. It's a subtle difference, but it ends up meaning everything: the people you hire, who gets promoted, what you discuss in meetings.
Isaacson, Walter. Steve Jobs. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2011.