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A few lessons I learned by murdering three tadpoles as a kid:

1. Don’t kill anything.

That applies to tadpoles and ideas.

2. Trust your gut.

The tadpole fiasco taught me how to handle life’s iffy moments. So when a career on Wall Street didn't feel quite right, I left.

3. Accept failure.

As Master Yoda once said, “The greatest teacher, failure is.”

I’m currently a real-life copywriter at Goodby Silverstein & Partners

Previously, I was a copywriter intern at Apple and Droga5

And a credit analyst at Moody’s Investors Service in NYC