I recently had to abandon my startup for monetary reasons and go back to being a full-time employee for the first time in years. It’s been nearly a month and I’m constantly chaffing at things like “that’s just how we do it here” and the levels of decision approval that have to happen. Additionally people in a “real job” are far more paranoid about your intentions when you say and do things instead of realizing that you’re all rowing the same boat. I was the non-technical cofounder so it’s not like I can just freelance slinging code until I start something else and support myself. How do you deal with this without going crazy or job hopping (because I feel like this is not local to just this office)?