As a child, I spent hours dressed in a pink leotard and tutu, turning circles in front of my mirror. I dreamed of my destiny as a prima ballerina. Or the Queen of England.

As I grew up, it became increasingly apparent that I was not destined for either. I lacked the skill and physique of truly gifted dancers, and I lacked the pedigree and connections to ascend to the throne. So I went to law school instead.

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