Marty wanted out. The board tried to explain to him the projections for the next quarter and pleaded that they needed his presence at the investment pitch, but he was determined to leave. He wanted bigger and better things. He wanted the money and the swag. He wanted to be far away from this struggle even though he was comfortable. He left and didn’t look back, until one day during his three-minute lunch break, when he watched the news flash and saw his friends’ faces gleaming on the screen having won the Forbes award. Marty wanted out.