I'd like to thank anyone taking the time to read through my post, and offering their advice. I started a services business with two other partners about three years ago. One is in-charge of business development and sales, and the other has a technical background. My personal skill-set is primarily technical, but I also excel at customer service and account management. We have been equal partners for a long time, however we have never incorporated (something I have tried to push for a long time with resistance). We also have no formal partnership agreement other than documents signed when opening our bank account. Recently we have been undergoing an internal transformation and role changes. My role is now almost exclusively in producing the services we sell, and my other partners roles are the CEO and the Technical Director. The CEO is in-charge of business development, finances, and creating structure / processes. The Technical Director is in-charge of managing all of our technical resources, and our technology stack. This situation has me feeling more like an employee in my company than a co-founder, as we now have a regimented 9-5 schedule with a fixed number of sick days and vacation days (10 days each per year). I've been feeling very excluded from decision making in the company, and I'm not happy with the direction the company is going, to the point where I actually don't like working for my own company anymore. I don't believe in the growth potential of the market we are pursuing, and almost daily I leave work feeling very negative about my job and company. Our paycheques have evaporated as well, and I now make very little money with my current role, while working extremely long hours. With almost no say in anything now that the roles have been determined, it's left me feeling more and more like I should leave the company and start something else, as it doesn't feel like my company anymore. As a services company that is run solely by contractors and partners, I don't think the company has any value other than the money in our account, which isn't much. Recently I even had one of my partners inform me that my share in the company was lower than my other two partners, even though equal partnership was agreed upon (only verbally) a year ago. To me this was a massive breach in trust, and I'm unsure of how to handle this. Overall I'm very unhappy with my current situation and it has brought a lot of negative feelings towards my business partners and my company, but I'm not sure what to do. I was wondering if anyone could offer some advice, whether it would be wiser to leave the company, even if it means ending a 3 year venture with no real gain (other than a valuable experience). Alternatively, am I being unrealistic in my expectations and is it worth my time and effort to continue and stick it out? The part I struggle with is that I could be in a similar situation (working 9-5 with little freedom or flexibility or decision making ability) but make 5 times more money at a normal job, and with job security. Alternatively I could start my own company, and regain the passion I once had for it.