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CHANGING AMBITIONS

Three people explain through their own experiences how ambition can change, evolve and, ultimately, surprise us

INTERVIEWS RIN HAMBURGH

“I imagined motherhood would quell ambition, but for me it has had the opposite effect”

NATASHA COURTENAY-SMITH, 39, ENTREPRENEUR AND AUTHOR

PHOTOGRAPHS LOUISE HAYWOOD-ScHIEFER

HAIR AND MAKE-UP: SADAF AHMAD

Having children has made me more ambitious – a fact that has surprised me. Before my eldest was born, I worked as a journalist and, although I always did a good job, my life wasn’t at work – I wanted to have a great social life as well. I wasn’t really that concerned about how much I earned either.

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