Depends what you mean by lust for results? I don’t think we have to stop wanting the thing, we just want to not fear that the magik isn’t working.
I have the opposite problem. As a child I was punished for wanting anything and denied self expression. I learned quickly how not to want anything, and to this day I have a hard time knowing what I want, and keeping hold of it long enough to even get into ritual. It’s very easy for me to shrug and let go of anything. I can do a ritual, and forget I did it, and also forget I wanted the thing and forget it ever existed. It’s a built in defense mechanism. But it can feel like I have no will sometimes. It’s possible to not give enough fucks to function successfully as a mage.
I think your version is healthier actually But ideally as mages something in between would be good.
So I think this could be a practice thing? Maybe practice letting go of attachment to small things, thinking your way through what would happen if you didn’t get it, would it really matter - you’ll live after all, how in a year you might have no need for it anyway or have replaced it, etc etc. You talk yourself out of wanting it.
You don’t want to do that for magik, of course, because you don’t want to set up energy against yourself like I can and do sometimes, but then the skill base is there to stop worrying about it so much.