And today, I have moved on, retain equity in the company, and am proud to watch projects that I started there continue to grow and expand.
They're doing great; I'm doing great.
What's the problem?
It's fantastic that it worked for you and your team, in that time and space, however, the combination of factors that created that were unique and not easily repeatable. So, in absence of a formula to replicate that, we should instead be working to normalize a baseline that is conducive/comfortable for most folks.