More recently, Timothy Judge of the University of Notre Dame and John D. Kammeyer-Mueller of the Warrington College of Business sorted through this mountain of data, hoping to draw correlations between ambition and death rates. Surprisingly, they discovered that ambitious people who achieved their life's goals lived longer than ambitious people who hadn't.
"I guess you could say that those people got it all," said Judge. "Of course, we don't know what they did to claw their way to the top, but they took their aspirations and made good."
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