People leave their manager; they don't leave companies.
I worked as a trainee manager for two years after leaving university - then got bored with the nine to five.
Executives don't burn out and leave when they feel deep satisfaction. They don't create the human detritus that disgruntled managers do.
I knew if I wanted to be a general manager, I was going to have to leave to work for another organization.
I might be too emotional to be a manager. You love your players, don't you? And I'm not sure I could leave them out. I know how it feels.
My saddest decision in football was leaving Paul Gascoigne out of the 1998 World Cup finals. But he wasn't fit enough and once that decision is made, as a manager and a group of players, you forget about who isn't there and focus on the job.
Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier.
Zum Manager wird man geboren.
Manager! Have brain - use it!