I knew it was time to quit. I was at my lowest point in my career. The physical environment and leadership style was just taking a toll, and enough was enough. I made up my mind – it was time to move on and quit. I dedicated a few evenings to applying to jobs, setting a goal of ten a day. My daughter needed a happy mother, not one who was scared to go into work each day, just to be treated like she was nothing. I received an offer letter and turned in my letter of resignation right away. Each day, I reminded myself of the great things I have accomplished in my previous positions. This helped when talking to recruiters and hiring…