So I just got offered a chance to open a new sushi bar just outside of Boston. I’d be in charge of all the food and personnel, but somebody else is the financial backer. So far it seems like all the perks with few of the risks. I had planned to move back to Japan this year, but it’s kinda rare to get an offer like this, so it’s very tempting. Is it worth giving up my current stability and life plans to go jaunting off to a new state? For background reference, I grew up in my Japanese father’s izakaya and sushi bar. I helped him open two more restaurants before moving to Connecticut and opening an entirely new spot with new people. After a couple years of that I finally left the industry and pursued a career in accounting and finance. It’s a stable job and I’m way more comfortable than before, but sometimes I get bored and miss the kitchen work and lifestyle. I also remember that there were times when I hated it though too... What are everybody’s thoughts?