Jo Ann Jenkins, the AARP CEO, sums it up perfectly that 50 is the new 50. And I, for one, like the looks of it. I think that's what you have to do—you have to embrace who you are [and] you have to be confident in who you are. I am embracing my age and leveraging my experiences, both failures and successes, that have gotten me here. It's as much about the hurdles, and as much about the challenges, as it is about the successes. I think that there's something else that we bring at this stage in our career.
Everything really is about the way, it is about how we're growing our agencies, how we're transforming our agencies, how we're really diving into our clients' business [as we’re] coming out of one of the most tumultuous times that they have been in probably since 2008. As the younger generation comes up, of course, they're about the collective we, they're about their, you know, they're about their clients, they're about the agency, but they're also really focused on their career trajectory, as they should be. I think there's something about a senior leader, or a senior group of people within the agency, that is really thinking about the whole of what everyone is doing together.