It hits some. And it does not hit the others.
As with so many other things in life, it is up to you to decide if a new development, a process or a discourse out there will magnify your strengths or your weaknesses.
Once your 20's are over, you know that life is good, and probably getting even better in some sense. But not in the sense of being 21, and trying to see if you can have sex a dozen of times a day
Once your 30's are over, you know that life is good. You have achieved something. You may be having a stable relationship. There is great comfort in knowing that you have somehow rounded your achievements, and that your efforts are now paying dividends.
Once your 40's are over, you know that your definition of 'good life' has changed. You are transitioning into the second half of your life. This is roughly when you choose how you want to life that life. Some guys go for used or new Corvettes. The others hope that a flashy new Ferrari and possibly, a new yacht will help. And, it may help some dudes...
More likely, staying fit, both physically and mentally, learning a new foreign language, and acquiring a new marketable skill will help a lot more than any new tat, car or boat. If it is easy to get, it ain't really worth that much...
This is when you may want to re-invent yourself if you have what it takes to do so. This is when you continue to be an inspiration to yourself, and possibly start being an inspiration to the others. This is when your wisdom, experience start massively attracting the enthusiasm of the youth, and many magic moments still lie ahead.