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”N o longer the new kid on the block”

Harriet Minter is dazzled by the bright young things, and inspired by the older ones

LESSONS IN ADULTHOOD

When I got to my 30s, I stopped marking my career in terms of years. My contemporaries also no longer said things like: ‘I’ve got five years’ experience in this role.’ It felt as though I had staked out my own little territory and was secure in it. Until, one day, I noticed new, younger faces stepping up, and stepping past. Suddenly, I felt less like a statesperson of my own career country and more like the old guard. How did that happen?

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