There's no way to go around LeBron James' résumé. Even if you don't like him, you can't deny the fact that he's one of the most accomplished players in NBA history, a successful businessman, and a guy that pretty much won in life.

Ever since entering the league in 2003, James has made a lot of money out of his endorsement deals. Also, he's won 4 NBA Championships, 4 MVPs, 4 Finals MVPs, and is en route to become the NBA's all-time leading scorer.

Nonetheless, it seems like leading 3 different teams to an NBA Championship or becoming a billionaire aren't at the top of the list when he discusses his accomplishments. Instead, he'd talk to you about being a father.

LeBron James Says Being A Father Is His Ultimate Accomplishment

“To see my kids continue to grow into their own every single day. Ever since I was a kid, I can’t wait to be a dad someday and be able to lead and guide. With what I do, it keeps me on the road a lot, it keeps me away from home. That’s one of the biggest challenges for me, to be present in any way, shape, or form. There’s nothing that I’ve done in my life that will ever be able to top what being a dad is," James said on a promotional video on his Instagram account.

Even tho it was for marketing purposes and it may sound corny, James has always lived up to those words. He's always been a caring, involved father whose ultimate goal is to be there for his children and his beloved wife.

This really helps you put life in perspective. For someone who's done it all, who's won it all, and who could buy it all, there's nothing like being there for your family and watching your kids grow up. That's the true dream.