The article was published in the Journal of Research in Personality and is all about the idea that seeking out wealth and fame are dead ends, psychologically speaking. It basically suggests that despite the fact they are doing well, individuals who actively seek out wealth, fame etc., experience more negative emotions like shame and anger. On the other hand, people who value personal growth, close relationships, community involvement, and physical health are more satisfied as they have success in those areas than those who mean material successes. They tend to have more positive feelings toward themselves.
I definitely recommend reading the article itself, it's really interesting
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