Just occurred to me that as one so academically inclined, working at a startup is "the grind", and working in a larger corporation just feels like retirement (been there, done that).
Commercial co-founder: the manager that picks up shit strewn about by rock star subject-matter experts. :)
All I want right now is a pen, a lot of paper, my maths textbook, and four months. One for housekeeping and three for hobbies.
But it seems more likely that I'll be stuck on the startup grind for a while longer.