I left the studio because of the schedule, the administrators, the salary, and the director's new introductions. The schedule was very harsh from 7 AM to 3 AM. I slept very poorly, because I woke up at 5 AM. I felt like a zombie after work. My studio was downtown, and I was comfortable going to work, but over time, they decided to move to a remote area, and I had the realization that I wouldn't be able to live a normal life at all. The new director's introductions were harsh. Initially, the studio had easy rules that were easy to follow: show up on time, don't eat in the room, and interact with people, not the phone. The new introductions were about earning, and he introduced levels: gold, silver, and bronze. Seeing as I was earning more than any other single person in the studio, I might have put up with the new rules, but they sounded delusional, and I didn't see the point of the studio anymore.
I started to work at home from the studio account, threatening the director to leave. He then agreed to my terms. But as time passes, I realize that the studio makes no sense at all, because the administrators do not interact with me in any way. They do not even go to my stream (which is part of their duties). Many of my regular clients and members (people who sit on the other side of the screen) supported me in leaving, as well as all my surroundings.