Actress Kate Winslet says she no longer worries about her career now that she has gotten older.
The 36-year-old, who has been married twice before, said she used to let her ups and downs affect her but now has learnt to let go of things she is not happy with, reported Contactmusic.
"I'm not going to get upset the way I used to. Once you're in your 30s you learn not to panic or stress too much about work.
You don't let the ups and downs of your career affect your sense of self-worth or personal well-being. That's probably the greatest lesson I've learnt from all of this," Winslet said.
The Oscar-winning star also said she is happy with the direction her career is taking at present. "I'm very happy and I can't complain.
I've had the chance to work on very good projects of late and work with very talented directors. I hope things continue that way," she said.
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