I murdered three tadpoles as a kid. And I’d do it again.
While dangling their little legs over the hot, spinning garbage disposal from hell, I hesitated. I could have acted on my better judgement and let them live. But I was just an average sociopathic six-year-old, and no moral compass was going to stop me.
Since then, I’ve learned how to make better decisions. So when a career on Wall Street didn’t feel quite right, I left.
Now as a creative at Goodby Silverstein & Partners, I don’t kill. I create.