Considering that you are a legit black belt, who has placed in worlds and/or pan ams not necessarily at black belt. Considering that you would have the initial capital to start a good academy, while not depending on that academy generating profit/income the first year. Also considering that you are a brazilian, who wants to have more quality of life. Considering that you speak english fluently, and other languages aswell. I have been planning this for a while now. I intend to do this as soon as i get my black belt, something around 5 years from now (maybe more). I am still a blue belt I haven't placed at pan ams or worlds or anything like that, but i have been close and I am very confident and will compete in both next year. I constantly win local and regional competitions, although now I want to start focusing more on important ones (also saving money and energy to travel for those). I am confident that i am capable of winning the most important competitions, unlesssome kind of health issue shows up I know some people may start criticizing, but keep in mind that every person is different and that I am aware of all the financial aspects of the matter. In many ways i am considering this an extremely early retirement, but really the start of a new life The places that are on top of my list right now are Vancouver (seems like the warmest capital in canada, which is one of the most open countries) and Denmark (scandinavia in general)... I don't mind the cold and it seems like these two places are open toward immigrants. Also Australia and New Zealand, but these places are further away and would require more than two airplanes for me to visit home. I guess that what I am looking for would be a place that has the quality I am looking for (high quality of life, safe, lots of nature, liberal, open to immigrants) but also with space for new jiu jitsu academies and demand for that .